For any inquiries or suggestions, please contact us on:

Seagrapetours@gmail.com
Phone: (+1 721) 586 0297

You can also inquire or make a reservation for a trip by filling out the form at Book Now.

The starting point of our tours will be at:
Dock Maarten
Pointe Blanche/ Philipsburg
St Maarten

Route description:
Follow the signs from anywhere on the island to Philipsburg and then to Pointe Blanche. Shortly after Bobby’s Marina you’ll see Dock Maarten on your right hand side.

It’s easily recognized by the ‘Dock Maarten’ sign next to the road and the yellow building with green hatches. A well known spot here is Chesterfield’s Restaurant.

Parking is available at $1 per hour.

A free pick up is available from all resorts in Oyster Pond and Philipsburg.

Cruise Ship Passengers:
Our pick up point at Dock Maarten is in walking distance of the cruise ship pier. When walking out of the cruise ship terminal turn left towards Philipsburg. Walk 5 minutes and you’ll see Dock Maarten on your left hand side.

It’s easily recognized by the ‘Dock Maarten’ sign next to the road and the yellow building with green hatches. A well known spot here is Chesterfield’s Restaurant.

 

Check out our Facebook Page for photos of recent tours and other things we find worth mentioning:

Preview of Seagrape Tours on Facebook

For who ever is wondering what I'm doing in Holland work wise: I work for a software company. Here a video in which I present an event we held recently. (Sorry, it's in Dutch!) ... See MoreSee Less

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Wonderful and free event Saturday morning at Friar's Bay. Learn about our local bird life and bring the kids! ... See MoreSee Less

Migratory Bird Festival

November 25, 2017, 9:00am - November 25, 2017, 11:00am

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Wondering what your tour guide is doing since there are no tourists on St Maarten to guide around?
I'm living in Holland for a few months, the country I was born and grew up in. I have a job here and our daughters are in school. We're missing David very much, he stayed on St Maarten to take care of the pets and he's working to rebuild the island.
Here some photos of what we've been up to in our free time here in The Netherlands. We might as well enjoy it.
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Timelapse of my husband David Botha salvaging wrecks in Oyster Pond, St Maarten. He's one of the divers (in black). Our island is slowly but surely getting ready to have you all back :). ... See MoreSee Less

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