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Sint Maarten Yacht Club, Sint Maarten, Sint Maarten
Sint Maarten Yacht Club is located on the Dutch side of Simpson Bay lagoon, close to the drawbridge. This is an outstanding area with more marinas and related services than in any other part of the island, along with residential, commercial and leisure developments. Sint Maarten Yacht Club is renowned for its signature event, the Heineken Regatta, held every year in March. This event is considered to be the biggest of its kind in the Caribbean, offering a combination of challenging races and fantastic parties. Additionally, the Yacht Club offers tourists the opportunity to take sailing lessons in some of the best conditions in the world, with great winds and crystal clear waters. There are a number of great beaches close to Sint Maarten Yacht Club, either on Pelican Key or on Simpson Bay coastline, running parallel to the Princess Juliana Airport runway. Don’t miss the famous Maho beach at the end of the runway, where you can watch incoming airplanes pass at 30 m above the ground.
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Sint Maarten is a country in the Caribbean Sea. It is part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. Sint Martin is located on the island of Saint Martin, dividing its territory with its neighboring sister called Saint-Martin. The beautiful turquoise waters and fine golden sands are one of the natural treasures of Sint Maarten and the main reason why many tourists decide to spend their vacation here.
The region was discovered by the famous navigator and explorer Christopher Columbus in the 15th century. This splendid remote territory was the subject of numerous disputes and conflict between the Dutch and French colonial forces. The Dutch were the first who managed to build settlements here in the 17th century. For a decade, the island was also ruled by the Spanish colonists, and in the second half of the 17th century, it was divided between The French and The Dutch.
All these cultural influences shaped the island’s developmen... more info