St Maarten Ferries
Coronavirus Entry Requirements
All passengers traveling to Anguilla by ferry from St Maarten must have and show their Anguilla Entry Certificate prior to departure or will be denied boarding. Face Masks must be worn on board at all times.
Anguilla reopened to international tourism on November 1, 2020. Several resorts and villas are open with approval and certification by the island’s authorities. Anguilla’s Government introduced a bubble concept for tourism operations on the island which allows properties to safely offer guests access to a variety of pre-approved amenities, services, and island excursions during their stay.
All travelers must obtain the travel authorization online, provide a negative COVID-19 PCR test result conducted within 3-5 days of arrival date, and complete the passenger information and health screening questionnaire. For more information on what you should know for entry to Anguilla, click here.
As of November 1, 2020 anyone can apply for an exemption letter to visit Saba. However, you will be required to complete 14 days quarantine at a hotel or private accommodations if you are traveling from a medium or high risk-category country.
Entry requirements include a negative COVID-19 PCR test results received 72 hours prior to arrival if traveling from within the region or 120 hours prior to arrival if traveling from an international destination. For more information on what you should know for entry to Saba, click here.
There is currently no ferry service operating between St Maarten and Saba.
St Barth reopened for tourism on June 22, 2200. Resorts, boutiques as well as bars and restaurants are all open. All travelers aged 10+ are required to show proof of a negative RT-PCR test where the date the test was administered is with 72 hours (3 days) of arrival. Antigen tests are no longer accepted. Failure to provide this will result in travel being denied. Citizens from the following countries are exempt: France, European Community, Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland and Japan. A face mask is encouraged on the island when social distancing is not possible and is required when entering indoor establishments. You risk a fine for non-compliance. For more information on what you should know for entry to St Barth, click here.
Visit The Islands Around St Maarten
If you’ve spent time on St Maarten, you’ve probably noticed the islands in the background – like Anguilla, Saba and St Barts. While St Maarten offers a wealth of things to do, the neighboring islands are also unique in their own way and, if you have the time, why not book a day trip by ferry from St Maarten and experience what each island has to offer!
At SintMaartenVacation.com we make it easy to book your St Maarten day trip by ferry to any of the islands. Whether you need to book The Edge Ferry to Saba to hike the highest peek in the Dutch Kingdom or indulge in some French sophistication in St Barts, we can help you plan your trip from start to finish. Anguilla is also a short ferry ride away from St Maarten, and most guests enjoy the ferry ride over to soak in the sun at one of the top beaches in the world! Whatever your desire, book and pay securely with us online.
We offer fast and convenient airport transfers from St Maarten to Anguilla every day. Book with Funtime Charters who offers both private shuttle service to Anguilla as well as shared group charters to Anguilla by ferry from St Maarten in under 20 minutes. The reliable ‘meet & greet’ service starts from the time you exit the departure hall at St Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport with free transportation to the ferry dock and complimentary refreshments onboard.
Already in St Maarten? Book a day trip to Anguilla by ferry and experience the Caribbean’s top beaches, fantastic restaurants and dining, and a round of golf at a championship course.
Ferry to Saba
Saba offers no shortage of adventure! Book the ferry to Saba and hike the many trails around the island or make your way up to the peak of Mt Scenery for breathtaking views and a lush cloud rainforest. Saba’s underwater world is sure to amaze with its vibrant marine life and world-class scuba diving opportunities.
With limited flights to Saba’s airport, booking the ferry to Saba is a great option. The Edge high speed ferry to Saba offers 3 weekly departures from St Maarten’s Simpson Bay Marina (Pelican Marina).
Ferry to St Barth
Travel to St Barth from St Maarten by ferry in just 30 minutes aboard a high speed fast ferry from Bobby’s Marina in Philipsburg. The Great Bay Express Ferry to St Barth offers multiple departures aboard a comfortable ferry to the island of the rich and famous.
Day Trips by ferry to St Barth are also possible for travelers who want to stroll along luxury boutiques ad million dollar mega yachts in Gustavia.