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Sail on a historical schooner at sunset on this 2-hour cruise from St Maarten. At Simpson Bay, board a century-old vessel to cruise up the coast with a small group. Sip wine and rum cocktails as you watch the setting sun color the sky and then sink below the horizon. Enjoy the open bar and snacks as the stars come up over the tranquil island landscape. 

Highlights

  • 2-hour sunset sail in St Maarten
  • Cruise from Simpson Bay along St Maarten’s southwest coast
  • Gaze at the sunset from the deck of the Passaat, a schooner built in 1911
  • Enjoy snacks, wine, beer and rum cocktails from the open bar
  • Watch the island light up for the evening after the sun goes down

What You Can Expect

St Maarten Sunset Schooner Cruise

St Maarten Sunset Schooner Cruise

Make your way to Simpson Bay on St Maarten's southwestern coast to meet your sunset cruse. Board the 'Passaat,' a Dutch schooner dating from 1911. Passaat is the Dutch word meaning 'trade winds.'

Step up to the open bar and order a glass of wine, a beer, a soda or a rum punch and enjoy the scenic views of the coastline. Enjoy the fading sunlight and the slight Caribbean breeze as you munch on the provided snacks. 

Groove to the onboard music and watch the sun sink toward the waterline, painting fiery colors across the tropical skies. As the stars pop out one by one, relax on the deck and enjoy the tranquil ambiance. Bring a long-sleeved shirt or jacket for the cooler breezes that blow over the ocean after the sun sets.

After approximately 2 hours of cruising, the schooner will return to Simpson Bay. Disembark and continue your evening from there.

Customer Reviews

60th

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This was the highlight of our trip. Would highly recommend. The Passat was a beautiful boat and the captain and wife made you feel so comfortable

Jemille C

5 star rating: Highly Recommended June 2015

This tour was amazing!

Stephanie K

3 star rating: Worth doing February 2016

It was interesting and good for families with kids or more seasoned adults - very low key and quiet. There were only two kinds of snacks, both of which I couldn't eat. Also, the drinks are very basic like a couple of beers, white wine, or sodas. There wasn't music or any kind of ambiance. I heard that if you're looking for more of that kind of vibe for younger childless adults that the mid-day cruises are much better.

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