To overcome issues with over the counter diver’s tag payment and to profit from new trends in how tourists use the Internet to plan their vacations, St. Maarten Nature Foundation has been working with the Reef Support B.V. to develop an online payment system. Nature Foundation, together with other islands of the Dutch Caribbean since 1997, has been the [ ... ]
Port de Plaisance Yacht Club General Manager Jesse Peterson said last week that the facility will be fully operational for the upcoming yachting season. After the devastation of Hurricane Irma, it has been the management team’s number one priority to repair, rebuild and upgrade the marina to welcome back their customers.
Port St. Maarten is expected to welcome its one millionth passenger to the shores of the country on 13th September 2018, as the port continues to exceed projections made following the destruction of the facility after the passing of Hurricane Irma just over a year age.
Between January and September 6, the Port received 972,000 cruise passengers, St. Maarten [ ... ]
St. Maarten will get its first branded resort since Hurricane wreaked havoc on its accommodation capacity on September 6, 2017. Sunwing Travel Group has shared with government its plans to start construction of a branded Planet Hollywood Resort on the former Sonesta Great Bay Resort property. The new resort will be completed within 18 months once construction [ ... ]