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Cruises visiting Marigot & all Marigot cruises for  2019-2020

Currently we have no major cruise ships visiting Marigot in the 2019-2021 seasons.

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Marigot is the main town and capital in the French Collectivity of Saint Martin. St Martin comprises the northern 60% of a divided island in the Eastern Caribbean. (The southern 40% is Sint Maarten, of the Netherlands, and the only place where France borders the Netherlands.) St Martin lies at the northern tip of the Leeward Islands edging the Atlantic Ocean. With a population of around 13,000, Marigot faces the Bay of Marigot and the calmer waters of the Caribbean Sea. The town extends along the waterfront, and there’s an inlet, crossed by a drawbridge, to the Simpson Bay Lagoon. The French/Netherlands border divides the lagoon. (There are rarely checks at the border between the two sides of the island.)

Just wander around this clean, well-kept town and admire its architecture – the homes, the shops – restored St. Martinoise-style houses, with sidewalk bistros. There’s a marina with modern yachts, and above it a fort built during the reign of King Louis XVI. Today, that building is the most important in Marigot. The St. Martin of Tours' Church on rue du Fort Louis was built in 1941. Shopping in St Martin is duty free in its numerous boutiques. Buy local crafts & arts, exotic foods, jewelry and leather goods, as well as most designer goods, which are much cheaper than in Europe.

The main industry of the island is tourism. Enjoy French and Indian Caribbean cuisine, English is commonly spoken, traffic jams are common, and there are nudist beaches. Market days really come to life every Wednesday and Saturday morning. Kiosks manned by artisans sell everything from artwork to flavoured rum. On 6 September 2017 the island was hit by Hurricane Irma, which caused widespread and significant damage to buildings and infrastructure.

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Bahamas & Perfect Day Cruise
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