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St. Martin: Catamaran Snorkel Cruise with Open Bar and Lunch

1. St. Martin: Catamaran Snorkel Cruise with Open Bar and Lunch

Hop on board a spacious 65-foot sail catamaran and head out along the beautiful coasts of St. Martin on a day cruise. Lounge on the boat's nets with a cold drink from our open bar and enjoy snacks and music. Snorkel, swim, and stop for a lunch in Grand Case. Take off from the marina and earn your first drink of the day by helping the crew hoist the sail. Starting along the typical route, head down the south coast of St. Maarten, passing Maho and Mullet Bay. Head up the west coast towards Creole Rock, off the coast of Grand Case, for snorkeling and swimming. Snorkel gear along with float belts are provided. Once you've used up some energy snorkeling, it's time for lunch. Lunch is served at the local chicken and rib shacks in Grand Case. After about an hour, continue up the north side of the island and into Tintamarre. More swimming can be done here and you can even relax on Tintamarre’s warm sandy beach. On the way home, hoist the sails again and travel along the rugged, wind burnt east coast of the island when the winds are safe. Toast to your trip with drinks, music, and dancing on the ride home.

Sand Dollar Half Day Snorkel Cruise St. Martin

2. Sand Dollar Half Day Snorkel Cruise St. Martin

Sand Dollar is a great half day trip offering sightseeing, snorkeling and swimming. Captain Nevison Jr. is one of our most complimented staff members. The cruise takes guests through the lagoon, along our beautiful coastline and up to Creole Rock, off Grand Case. Creole Rock is a large rock formation with a reef extending out towards to the mainland, about a mile offshore. Waters are shallow and calm and provide excellent snorkeling. The boat picks up a mooring in a large sandy patch, in about 8' of water. A large cooler provides beers and sodas, and French baguette and Gouda cheese are served to hungry snorkelers. Guests should bring towels, hats and sun block, and have bathing suits on. Underwater cameras are sold in our boutique. Non swimmers are always welcome. The boat ride is enjoyable with great views of Anguilla from Creole Rock, and refreshments included on board. This trip is very popular in the afternoon at 2 pm for combo divers and snorkelers. Often a family member would like to accompany a diver and snorkel, Sand Dollar offers this opportunity. The site is a shallow one for divers, but the reef life is great with chances of seeing the rare frog fish, puffer fish, occasional barracuda and many different varieties of reef fish.

Discover Scuba Diving on St. Maarten

3. Discover Scuba Diving on St. Maarten

While vacationing in the sunny Caribbean, there is a quick and easy way to find out whether scuba is really something for you. It is called Discover Scuba Diving Instructors provide a briefing with a flip chart, then off to a coral reef for a shallow 30' dive. With the instructor's guidance, you can see the wonders of reef life and experience the tranquility of the underwater world. This course also makes for an excellent refresher for certified divers.

Saint Martin: Full-Day Private Speed Boat Charter

4. Saint Martin: Full-Day Private Speed Boat Charter

Create a special day of fun and relaxation with a full-day private speed boat charter. Your captain will give you some ideas of things to do and places to see, and in the end you can choose how you want to spend the day. You can also choose your boat form the Robinson's boat charter fleet, for your perfect day on St. Martin. Swim, snorkel, relax on gorgeous beaches, enjoy drinks from the open bar on board, and stop for lunch at one of the many gourmet beach restaurants around the island. You can also change the plan during the charter. Nothing is fixed, it’s all open to your mood during the day. The captain’s goal is to see a smile on your face! Some recommended places around Saint Martin include: • Long Bay, by La Samanna hotel • Nettle Bay, Le Sand beach restaurant • Friar's Bay beach & restaurant • Happy Bay, a natural beach that’s not accessible by car • Grand Case • Creole Rock, the best snorkeling spot on the island • Le Domaine beach restaurant • Tintamarre Island nature reserve, beach and spot for swimming with sea turtles • Pinel Island nature reserve, amazing beach and beach restaurant • Simson Bay, Karakter beach bar and restaurant

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What people are saying about Marigot

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It was great! Much more than expected. We were only three participants, two of whom were my partner and I. There were good instructions also with an illustrated PADI booklet. In the water, after a short introduction, we quickly went under water. We were able to move around quite freely and there was so much to see: a number of fish, a submarine and a helicopter wreck and much more. - Absolute recommendation!

Most people who are able to swim a lap in an Olympic pool won't need the floats. Do bring a waterproof camera and cash to tip the captain. We gave $20 USD each. This is a really good experience for first-time snorkelers.

Brett and Swany were great! I felt comfortable the entire time. Brett was especially helpful at the start of the activity when I felt very nervous about staying underwater. If you have a chance to, book this tour!!

The Captain was fantastic, boat was comfortable, snorkeling was fun and plentiful, and working with Kay to book the trip was so easy! The kids and I loved it!

Top effort by the captain and his two assistants. What a service!!