>HURRICANE IRMA IS DUE TO ARRIVE IN OUR AREA ON SEPTEMBER 6TH, 2017. Please be aware we might not have internet, electricity and phone contact for a few days after that. We’ll try and get back to you as fast as we can. Thank you for your patience.<<

 

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

Zimri, Zenzi and I have arrived in Holland, we're staying at my parents, all in good health. David is still on St Maarten, helping to build back up our sweet slice of paradise... The kids will go to school here for the time being, and I'm looking for a job, life goes on and bills need to be paid. More bills than ever because of damaged cars etc. Luckily the house we rent is still in one piece! A miracle since Irma left many houses in our neighborhood without a roof.

I'll be setting up a fundme type of site, to help my neighbours with fixing their homes, and to fix our Seagrape Tours van. Photos, videos and more of our story will follow soon. And I'd love to visit your club, work, or any type of organization for a talk about St Maarten, Irma, and all we have experienced.

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Hurricane Irma Category 5 will pass over St Maarten, starting tonight. We are as ready as can be, trees in our yard trimmed back, hatches closed, garden empty, doors and sockets taped off so water can't come in, loads of batteries for radio and lights.

Water is OFF already in our neighbourhood, the desalination plant can't make fresh water now with all the seaweed and seagrass stirred up in the ocean. Which messes with their cooling system. Luckily we have a 500 gallon rainwater tank, and filled up a tub with tap water, which we Brita filter to drink, and have kiddie pool full plus bottled water.

Animals inside, electricity still working, when we're back online after Irma I'll post pre and post Irma photos of our neighbourhood.

Send good thoughts, let's bend her up north!!
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Yikes, Category 3 Hurricane Irma is on her way to our area. Expected over or just North of St Maarten by Wednesday. Probably no tours for a few days after that... Hope the birds hold on or fly away in time!! ... See MoreSee Less

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We're back from vacation and doing tours again! Here our wonderful guests who visited our island during the summer break months. ... See MoreSee Less

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