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PORT ST. MAARTEN – Port St. Maarten will be represented at Seatrade Cruise Med when it kicks off on Wednesday in Tenerife, Canary Islands.  This is a major biennial cruise event focused on the world’s second largest cruise destination, the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas.

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - September 17th is allocated as the International Coastal Cleanup Day and Carnival Cruise Line’s vessel, Carnival Fascination gave back to the St. Maarten community via a beach cleanup.

PORT ST. MAARTEN – Port St. Maarten Management is very pleased with the news that Port St. Maarten came out number one in Cruise Critic Cruiser’s Choice 2016 as a top-rated Eastern Caribbean destination despite the challenges with respect to market fluctuations and corrections. 

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - One of Sint Maarten’s most important wetlands, Mullet Pond, has been listed and protected as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Treaty last week, marking a significant advancement in the conservation of wetland biodiversity on the island.

MARIGOT, St. Martin - On Wednesday, September 14 at 3:20, a boat was stolen from the Royal Marina in St. Martin.

PORT ST. MAARTEN – Port St. Maarten Management welcomes the Pearl of China project especially its HUB function that would benefit the countries two ports of entry, namely the airport and the Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise and Cargo Facility.

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - The ST. MAARTEN MARINE TRADES ASSOCIATION (SMMTA) filed an official complaint with the Ombudsman regarding the proposed transfer of Simpson Bay and the Simpson Bay Lagoon to the Port Group of Companies (Port) by the Ministry of TEATT.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – Charges are being filed against seven people from the Caribbean who were taken into custody along with almost US$34 million in ganja and cocaine late last month.

PORT ST. MAARTENThe Port St. Maarten Group of Companies (Port) hereby responds to the press release of the St. Maarten Marine Trades Association (SMMTA).

PHILIPSBURG, St. Maarten - The St. Maarten Marine Trades Association (SMMTA) has made several presentations and issued various objections over the years to the Council of Ministers and the Parliament of St. Maarten regarding the direct conflicts of interests and questionable financial and possible criminal activities of the Port Group of Companies. 

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