Boat and Ferry Travel

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Boat and Ferry Travel

You can take ferries to St. Barth (45–80 minutes, €67–€93 from the Dutch or French side, though you can pay in dollars); to Anguilla (20 minutes, $25 from the French side); and to Saba (one to two hours, $90–$100 from the Dutch side). Babou One, a stabilized, air-conditioned boat run by West Indies Ferry Express, offers service between Marigot and Gustavia in only 70 minutes, timed to connect with international flights to and from St. Maarten's Princess Juliana Airport.

Contacts

Dawn II. Ferry service to Saba. Philipsburg. 599/416–2299. www.sabactransport.com.

Edge I and Edge II. Day trips to Saba, St. Barth, and Anguilla. Pelican Marina, Simpson Bay. 721/544–2640 or 721/544–2631. www.stmaarten-activities.com.

Great Bay Express. Service to St. Barth several times a day on a high-speed ferry. Bobby's Marina Village, Phillipsburg. 721/542–0032. www.greatbayferry.com.

Link Ferries. Ferry service to Anguilla from both Marigot and Princess Juliana Airport. Marigot. 264/497–2231 in Anguilla; 264/497–3290 in Anguilla. www.link.ai.

Shauna. Service to Anguilla. Simpson Bay. 599/553-1820 in Anguilla.

Voyager II. Service to St. Barth from both Marigot and Oyster Pond. Marigot. 590/87–10–68. www.voy12.com.

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