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Princess Casino

Princess Casino (Princess Port de Plaisance, 155 Union Road, Cole Bay, Sint Maarten) — The Princess Casino at Princess Port de Plaisance is the largest casino on the island and one of the largest in the entire Caribbean. The casino features more than 12,000 sq. ft. of gaming tables, slots (including a second floor devoted […]

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Maho Beach

Maho Beach (Sint Maarten) – located on the Dutch side of the island, Maho Beach is world-famous for its unique location right at the business end of the Princess Juliana Airport runway. Crowds gather simply to watch jumbo jets take off and land.  Don’t leave anything on the beach under the flight path as the […]

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Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving — along the coasts of Saint-Martin / Sint Maarten, over 55 sites are currently listed and visited daily by dive centers, which welcome every year a growing number of passionate lovers of the subsea.  From beginners to masters, all levels can find here welcoming structures to start discovering the island´s largest playground: its […]

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Windsurfing

Windsurfing – visitors interested in this watersport activity are often advised to visit Galion Bay (Saint Martin) from November to May – which reputedly offers some of the best windsurfing conditions on the island.  Such travelers can contact for further details:  Wind Adventures (www.wind-adventures.com) and Windy Reef (www.windyreef.com).

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Mullet Bay Golf Course

Mullet Bay Golf Course (Sint Maarten) – this golf course (the only one on the entire island of Saint Martin) is located near the largest hotel complexes on the (Dutch side of the) island.  On the edge of Mullet Bay beach, a clever golf course dodges in and out of the Caribbean coast and the […]

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Simpson Bay

Simpson Bay (Sint Maarten) — Skirting the runway of Princess Juliana International Airport and the picturesque fishing village of Simpson Bay, this undeveloped strip of fine sand runs to the foot of the “Pointe Burgeaux” rocks.