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St Thomas/St John, St Maarten

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I may have already asked this and lost track of my posts, so sorry if I did, but need fodorites' reliable opinions/suggestions. Our upcoming cruise has stops in St Maarten and St Thomas. We have been to both before.

St Thomas, we went to the fort, sat in on a meeting of the Caribbean legislature, saw the synagogue.
St Maarten, we took a taxi to see the planes fly in then to a small secluded beach for the afternoon.

This time we have more family with us (3 seniors, 1 adult, 1 six year old child). I have read all kinds of things, recs from cruisecritic, etc. and still haven't come up with any plans. It looks like some great snorkeling excursions, boat over to Pinel island, etc. Interesting shopping could be nice too. St John looks interesting, but which of this stuff would work for the child or older seniors?

Thanks in advance for all help.

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