Join the Tropical Sailing Catamaran Beach And Snorkel Tour In St Maarten and St. Martin. We visit amazing beaches and reefs for some great beach time and snorkeling. We either sail to French Marine reserves (Tintamarre and Pinel island) or to Leeward side (Long Bay and Mullet Bay beach) depending on weather of the day. The excursion includes open bar, snacks, lunch and snorkel gear. Book Now!
10 AM till 4 PM
CRUISE SHIP VISITOR FRIENDLY TOUR. We are located at Dock Maarten marina, only 15 minutes walk from the cruise ship terminal.
119 USD adult and 83 USD children (4-12 years old)
20% down payment in advance via Paypal
The Tropical Sailing Catamaran Beach And Snorkel Tour In St Maarten departs from Dock Maarten Marina in Philipsburg at 10 AM everyday for a 6 hour trip along St. Maarten’s coast. We get back at 4 PM Sharp, which allows for plenty of time for our cruise ship guests to get back to their ship (15 minute walk).
On this excursion, we sail along the island’s Leeward coast (The calmer side) with our very first stop at Divi Little Bay (Only 15 minutes away from the cruise ship terminal area) where we snorkel and enjoy our first dip in St. Maarten’s waters! We provide snorkeling gear and any training for first time snorkelers.
We then continue sailing down the coast to either Mullet bay or Long Bay which are both amazing stops, absolutely stunning beaches and certainly amongst the very best that St Maarten has to offer. You can then snorkel again, grab a noodle and float to the beach or we can even take you by tender to the beach.
Enjoy our open bar, snacks and noodles as we relax at the beach!
We then serve long French Baguette sandwiches (Choice of ham & cheese, tuna salad or chicken) for lunch. Make sure you try our rum punch or fruit punch.
Open bar includes rum punch, rum, beers, sodas, juice and water.
After you’ve been swimming all over the beach, we lift up the anchor and head back towards Philipsburg where the cruise ship terminal is located.
However, on the way back, we also cruise passed famous Maho Beach Airport where planes land just off the beach and fly right over us. A very exciting experience especially when the really big planes land.
Sometimes, if the weather is really perfect, we change our itinerary and sail over to the French marine reserves (Tintamarre island and Pinel island) which are equally amazing stops.
We give you the most you can do in a day in St. Maarten combining beaches, snorkeling and sailing. A full day of relaxation with excellent crew and a very comfortable sailing catamaran.
There is plenty of seating and space for everyone, lots of shade and trampolines up front for all our tanners
Our catamaran also has two toilets on board, proper bar and space to keep your belongings safe from the water and sun.
At the back of the boat, we have a very large and strong ladder for guests to climb in and out of the water.
This is the best shoretrip for all cruise ship visitors as we work with cruise ship schedules to make sure you get to us in time and back on time at the end of the day.
Hurry up and book! We fill up fast as we welcome all cruise ship visitors!
Our first stop, Tintamarre island, a beautiful deserted island! Great snorkeling and amazing beach.
Pinel Island is another amazing and beautiful location in French St. Martin where we enjoy the beach, go snorkeling and check out iguanas!
If the Windward side is too rough, we take you along the Leeward side, calmer coast to below locations depending on weather!
Grand-Case is the gourmet capital of the Caribbean filled with French restaurants, bars and a beautiful beach. We drop of anchor here to have lunch. Swim, beach & lunch, what more could you want?
LONG BAY/LA SAMANNA
Our final stop where we drop anchor is in beautiful Long Bay beach as the sun starts to set. We’ll pull into a small cove just below the most expensive and luxurious resort on the island, La Samanna. Make sure you grab a noodle and follow our floating bar!
On our way back to port, we’ll sail past famous Maho Beach where planes land right above your head! If we’re lucky, a jumbo jet may fly over us!