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David F wrote a review Nov 2019
Bronxville, New York44 contributions9 helpful votes
A few years ago, we found this fun tug boat bar! What a fun time, two for one HH and great bar food. Sadly Irma took her from us!!! I took a couple of photo's while on my Rhino Safari adventure. I'm thinking at some point the government will haul her away.
Date of experience: November 2019
RA1313 wrote a review Feb 2019
Boston, Massachusetts53 contributions14 helpful votes
This looked like an awesome bar! It is now a shipwreck across from the airport. The devastation is shocking!
Date of experience: January 2019
C T wrote a review Sep 2017
Hollywood, Florida73 contributions16 helpful votes
Was waiting for my brother-in-law after we got in at the airport,, we happened to stumble across this pink docked boat dive bare right across from the airport. I am so glad we did we had about a 2 hour wait and what a great 2 hour wait it was. Reasonably priced drinks, great location and great company. Our bartender was the best, had great suggestions and kept the drinks coming. If you are in St. Martin? You must stop by it's absolutely fun and must do.…
Date of experience: July 2017
Bob B wrote a review May 2017
Chattanooga, Tennessee132 contributions29 helpful votes
Stopped by to check out after day on the beach. A double deck bar with seatting on the top deck. Mixed drink quality was questionable but the beer was cold. A different kind of bar as you are on a 117 year old tug boat setting at tyhe dock on the bay.
Date of experience: May 2017
sandmrhodes wrote a review May 2017
Austin, Texas57 contributions22 helpful votes
We were in St Martin, French side, while sailing south to Grenada. A friend flew in to sail with us for a week. This was the most convenient place to dinghy to to pick her up from the airport. The owner was very accommodating and let me leave my dinghy there while I walked over to the airport to collect my friend. Had a couple of beers there. Came back a couple of weeks later to catch a live show. The band was 2 hours late (bands' fault) but it was still a fun time. It a bar built on a 100+ year old tug boat moored in a remote corner of Simpson Bay. Prices are reasonable. There is no food available but in a pinch you can walk to the airport and hit one of the fast food joints in the food court. That's what we did while waiting for the music to start. Our group ranged in age from 2 to 52, with 2 teens thrown in for good measure. …
Date of experience: February 2017