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Ferry vs FLight

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Ferry vs FLight

We will be in St Barths next Tuesday and need to be at SX airport in St Martin for a 4PM flight. We don't mind flying or ferrying-- just trying to figure out is best.

Please let me know regarding timing.

Thank you

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1. Re: Ferry vs FLight

I would fly, but you better check flights quickly!!!!

Otherwise take a morning ferry (add the bus to the airport) Check in and then take a taxi to Maho Hotel and have a little lunch, ocean, and sand-arrange with the taxis to return at 2pm to take you back to the airport to check in.

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2. Re: Ferry vs FLight

The planes are small and they book up early! I'd check on flights right now or you may be taking the ferry whether you want to or not!

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3. Re: Ferry vs FLight

St Barths commuter still have availability on flights to SXM on Tuesday :

10.30 5 seats

12.00 2 seats

13.00 3 seats

fare 70 Euros

There are also some seats available on Winair but the cheapest appears to be $107 and most $130

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4. Re: Ferry vs FLight

For sure, you'd better get a move on and make a reservation one way or the other, fellowwine, or you might be swimming to St. Barth! Enjoy, B

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