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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How much does it cost to rent a yacht in St Martin?

    St. Martin is a more expensive yachting destination, with prices ranging from $600/hour to over $1000/hour for luxury yachts. Charters in St. Martin are typically on luxurious yachts, with a captain and crew to provide an elite experience cruising around the island. Find great yacht charters and yacht rentals in St. Martin on Getmyboat, where you can compare prices and options all in one place.

    Where can I sail in St Martin?

    St. Martin has excellent sailing, with multiple harbors and marinas on the island's French and Dutch sides. Some of the best locations to sail to include Marigot Bay, Orient Bay, Gustavia, Crocus Bay, and Great Bay, Philipsburg. From St. Martin, you can also sail to nearby St. Barts and Anguilla, which both have great ports for docking. Rent a sailboat or book a sailing charter in St. Martin for a fun day of exploring by wind power.

    Is fishing good in St Maarten?

    Yes — St. Maarten has great year-round fishing. Book a fishing charter and catch everything from Wahoo to Mahi-Mahi, Yellowtail Snapper, and more. Different seasons and times of year will bring different fishing opportunities in St. Martin. On Getmyboat, you can book a fishing charter for $150/hour on the island.

    Where is the best snorkeling on St. Martin?

    There is great snorkeling both on the Dutch and French sides of St. Martin; some of the best locations include:

    • Mullet Bay, close to the famous Maho Beach (be wary of strong currents)
    • Cupecoy Beach — great for colorful reef fish
    • Baie Rouge and David’s Hole — on the French side, a sinkhole with tons of fish
    • Pinel Island — a short boat trip away, a great snorkeling destination from the French side of St. Martin