Gustavia Travel Guide

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    by jorgejuansanchez Written Oct 21, 2014

    Savaku represents the Arawak Indians that lived in the island before the French and Swedish exterminated them.

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    by MikeAtSea Updated Apr 20, 2011

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    The Yellow Submarine allows to sea the splendor of the undersea world to be viewed without getting wet. Most of the areas around St. Barts are a marine reserve and during the one hour excursion one gets to see a ship wreck which is located directly outside the port of Gustavia and a reef that is just alongside the port entrance. During my tour we saw even several sharks, turtles, rays and lots of tropical fish.

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    by MikeAtSea Written Apr 20, 2011

    The Gustavia Port is home to some of the finest yachts in the Caribbean. Most of the yachts relocate to Gustavia in and around September and October heading back to the Mediterranean Sea in March. The peak season in this port is in December and January when the super yachts are arriving in St. Barts, including Roman Abramovich's super yachts.

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Gustavia Sports & Outdoors

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    by MikeAtSea Written Apr 20, 2011

    St. Barts has been divided into a number of zones which are stretching out over 1200 hectares, and include the reserves of Fourchue, Colombier, Fregate and Toc de Vert, Pain de Sucre and Gros Islet, La Tortue, Marigot and Cul-de-Sac.
    These areas have been protected since 1999 and now a lot of species are returning back to St. Barts. Water is clear and warm and dives are relatively easy.
    On the island you find a number of dive operators; I dived with Blue Cat Scuba.

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