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Sometimes I have to laugh silently.
For those of you who have been keeping up with our blog, you will know that we have a French
Bakery right next door to where we live. And very often I go to get a fresh baguette in the morning for breakfast. So it happens that there is sometimes a short queue,(which they call a line over here...... very American!) So there I was standing in line, waiting my turn; and ...
... mall shopping). The flea market was very colorful and full of interesting merchandise for reasonable prices. I didn’t buy much, but looked around a lot. I also spotted a very interesting fountain that looks like a giant modern faucet with sea birds flying around it and lots of unusual statues. Another interesting sight was a church built of stone. The guide said they were the ballast stones from the ships ...
Race 1 – Around the island
Race 1 was Friday, March 2 and is traditionally the "around the island race", sailed once each running of the Heineken Regatta. After starting off Simpson Bay all the B course boats were assigned course B-2 which went clockwise around the island with a couple of temporary marks added to keep risk takers out of some shallow spots. The finish was set off Philipsburg – just east of Simpson Bay. Total ...
Last season, after our participation in the 2011 Around St. Maarten Multihull Regatta, we observed some of the preparations for the 2011 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta one week later, but did not consider entering as our cruising itinerary took us away from St. Maarten before the regatta started and we weren't keen on all the crowds that this internationally renowned event attracted. But after our decent performance in the 2011 Around St. Maarten ...
... process whatsoever is required. But go by boat and the rules relapse to full formalities with the attendant fees. However, the French side is very welcoming at the nearby Captainerie, a short walk from the dinghy dock through town. Clearance involves a brief session where the skipper sits down to a computer (upstairs) and declares his vessel and other details on an electronic clearance form, hits the “print” key and ...
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- Excellent hotel, would definitely go back
- Interesting Place to Stay but Beware
- Great hotel
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6 Roberts Drive, Simpson Bay | 3 star hotelfrom $80
34 Simpson Bay Rd., Simpson Bay | 2 star hotelfrom $114