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Edge Ferry to St. Barts

by Aqua Mania Adventures
per adult Price is $100
Duration: {0} Duration: 7h 30m Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

Roundtrip ferry ride to the island of St Barthelemy

Opportunity for sightseeing across the charming island

Easy access to fabulous beaches like Nikki or St. Jean

Various lunch spots in the towns or along the beaches

Speedy 45-minute ride across the sea from Simpson Bay

Highlights

Roundtrip ferry ride to the island of St Barthelemy

Opportunity for sightseeing across the charming island

Easy access to fabulous beaches like Nikki or St. Jean

Various lunch spots in the towns or along the beaches

Speedy 45-minute ride across the sea from Simpson Bay

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9:00 AM, Roundtrip Ferry to St. Barts

Duration 7h 30m No booking or credit card fees
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per adult
$100

Total price is $100, taxes included

It only takes 2 minutes

Edge Ferry to St. Barts

Activity Location

Gustavia

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Simpson Bay Resort & Marina Billy Folly Road 37

    Simpson Bay


Description

See for yourself why St. Barts is called the Jewel of the Caribbean with a roundtrip ferry voyage that gives you plenty of time on the island. The speedy, smooth ride gets you across the Saint-Barthelemy Channel in just 45 minutes, leaving you the rest of the day to explore.

You set out from the Simpson Bay Resort Marina early in the morning and ride into the Caribbean aboard a sleek, modern passenger ferry designed for speed and stability on the water. When you arrive in Gustavia Harbour, a hub of activity on St. Barts, you're free to enjoy the island's sandy beaches, some great restaurants, or the unique shell museum on a day filled with sights and delights.

Covering just 9.5 square miles (25 sq km), the island is the perfect size for you to explore, with taxis and rental cars on hand right by the ferry dock. You can stop at St. Jean Beach for some shopping, and look for a few souvenirs at the local shops, before the ferry departs for the trip back to Simpson Bay.


Inclusions

  • Roundtrip ferry to St. Barts

  • Bottled water, sodas, and beer on the ferry

  • Port fee


Exclusions

  • Meals and beverages not listed as Inclusions

  • Activities on the island


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary provided they do not occupy their own seat.

  • Children 18 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.

  • This activity is not wheelchair accessible.

  • If you are prone to motion sickness, please take necessary precautions. Consult a medical professional before taking any medication.

  • If you are not a citizen of the United States, European Union, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, or Israel, you will need a visa to participate.

  • Return ferries depart from Gustavia at 4 PM, arriving in Simpson Bay at 4:45 PM.

  • Check-in is 1 hour prior to the booked tour start time.


Edge Ferry to St. Barts ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

3.8 out of 5

1/5 Sep 4, 2019

The boat ride to St Barts was rough but the staff were friendly. We reached St Barts at 10am and were told to get our shopping in right away as the shops close from 1-3 for Siesta. When we docked we were at the shopping area, only to find there wasn't anything open but an ice cream shop, pharmacy, one or two small clothiers and 1 restaurant. We were more than prepared to spend our money but there wasn't much available to do so. We managed to find a taxi after an hour of walking around looking for something to do on the island (its now 11am). He said most taxi drivers were at lunch until 1pm. The driver was pleasant and returned for us later. He recommended St Jean's Beach. It turned out to be the highlight of the day trip for me. We were let off at the Pearl, a very nice bar and restaurant right on the beach. We had to rent chairs, which were a little spendy at $25 each but it was beautiful. The beach was the best part of an overall disappointing excursion to us.

Gretchen A

United States

4/5 Jul 12, 2019

St Barth is absolutely beautiful. The ferry ride to st Barth was a night mare. A lot of the passengers were vomiting. Rough water. My suggestion is to not have breakfast. The staff were amazing. They very nice and welcoming. On our way back , the sea was much calmer.

Nahomie V

United States