"Meet your expert crew at the St Maarten Yacht Club Bar and Restaurant at 11am. You’ll board the Passaat a historical 100-foot (30-meter) sailing schooner built in 1911. Then prepare to set sail for your half-day Caribbean cruise along the gorgeous coastline of St Maarten!During your small-group cruise relax in the absence of a crowd and enjoy a delicious snack—typically homemade banana or coconut cake and fresh tropical fruits. The open bar is available throughout your ride with a choice of wine beer rum punch soda or juice. Without music on board to disrupt the peace
"Your sunset cruise departs from Simpson Bay on St Maarten’s southwest coast. After boarding the Passaat a classic schooner built in 1911 and named for the Dutch word for ‘trade winds’ grab your first drink from the open bar and enjoy the twilight views of the shoreline. Sail along the coast while the sun sinks toward the horizon creating a warm glow across the sky; after it sets watch the stars pop out and the coastline begin to light up for the night. Enjoy more drinks from the bar while you listen to onboard music and soak up the peaceful atmosphere of the water after dark.The open bar includes a selection of wine beer rum and soda
St Maarten Shore Excursion: Gourmet Sailing and Snorkeling Cruise
"When your cruise ship docks in St Maarten head to the St Maarten Yacht Club Bar and Restaurant by taxi (a 15-minute ride from the cruise terminal) to meet your expert crew who will show you to Passaat a historical 100-foot (30-meter) sailing schooner built in 1911. Hop aboard make yourself comfortable and set sail on your relaxing cruise along St Maarten’s gorgeous coastline!While you’re soaking up the sunshine and admiring the Caribbean views enjoy the peaceful atmosphere of the small-group setting and snack on a homemade treat like banana bread or coconut cake with fresh tropical fruit. The open bar is available throughout your ride with a choice of wine beer
Take a guided tour to visit the Basse-Terre. The area can be hard on your car and there's not a lot of help available. The road is very sinuous and steep and it's better to let someone who is use to...