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Philipsburg (St. Maarten)

Shopping, tours, beach, diving, fishing, snorkeling, katamaran, water sports and much more can be found on the island. Read More
Plenty of nice sandy beaches to choose from. The beach in Philipsburg, Orient Beach (French side) and Maho beach are the most famous. Read More
Perhaps one of the most spectacular airports in the world. The pictures taken from Maho Beach at the end of the runway are world famous. Click on the link to see for yourself! Read More
St. Maarten is one of the busiest cruise ports in the Caribbean. On busy days as many as 6 or 7 ships will be in port. Facilities are excellent and shopping is one of many highlights. Read More
St. Maarten is divided into the Dutch and French side. Cruise ships dock in Philipsburg on the Dutch side. The French side (St. Martin) is about 20-30 minutes drive away. Read More
St. Maarten has one golf course located near the airport on the west part of the island (about 30 min drive depending on traffic). Read More
Year built 2001
Shipyard/Builder Kvaerner Masa-Yards (Finland)
Registry Bahamas
Passengers (Max) 3835
Crew size 1185
Decks 15
Gross tonnage 138000
Length 1020 feet
Beam (Max) 157,5 feet
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