St. Barts Ferry Transfer from St. Martin
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St. Barts is just a 45-minute sail from St. Martin's Pelican Marina. Departing Simpson Bay, you'll arrive in Gustavia Harbor, the hub of activity in St. Barts. Sidewalk cafes offer crepes and croissants for breakfast, car rentals meet the boat, the taxi stand is a few feet away, and boutiques are open for business.
The exceptional island of St. Barts has white sandy beaches, great snorkeling locations, great restaurants and a unique shell museum. It's a day guaranteed to entertain, crammed with sights and delights!
Enjoy lunch at a local burger shack, or go for fine dining at one of the exclusive beachside hotels. Many of the shops in Gustavia may close over the lunchtime period, so it's recommended to go shopping in the morning.
Taxi island tours cost around US$12 per person, or privately for around US$50 for two. Check-in for the boat is at 3:45pm for the 4:00pm departure. Arrive back to Pelican Marina at approximately 4:45pm.
There is a free shuttle to Pelican Marina, Tuesday through Friday only, from the following hotels:
Royal Islander / La Terasse
Divi Little Bay
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Aerial view of St Barts
- Round Trip Ferry Transfers
- Free Shuttle to Pelican Marina Tuesday - Friday ONLY
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks
- Free Shuttle on Weekends
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Customers are brought to St Barts for the day only. Customers must arrive and return on the same day.
- You MUST have a valid passport upon check in to travel on this tour
- You MUST confirm and obtain any visa requirements prior to border crossing. All visa requirements are the sole responsibility of the traveler
Please note: Due to St Maarten immigration procedures, on return to St Maarten all passengers will be required to hand their passports to the crew. Passports will be taken to clear immigration ahead of the group before the boat can dock and passengers disembark.
Reviewed by: Denis H, December 2014
Great trip, great crew. The highlight of our vacation.
Reviewed by: Jay R, December 2014
The crew was great, the boat was clean and well maintained, and trip over and back were on time. Yes, the crossing is rough, but that is normal at all times here. If you tend to get sea sick (suffer from motion sickness), then take medication or avoid altogether. A great way to spend some pleasant time on St Barts.