One of my favorite pastime doesn’t really matter where we are mooring. Tie 30 feet of line to one inner tube, Everyone using tubes connects and enjoy a cold beer while floating in the greatest place in the world.
We do grab a mooring at the baths and swim in
We also snorkel from the boat at Norman and Marina Cay
[quote=bernk]Our November 11th flights were just cancelled and AA is not offering a refund, only rebooking or a voucher!!! I'm now scrambling to figure out all of our options, including flights to STT. A few questions:
Jason - Moorings is now sending out the 3-month schedule you posted recently. Have you seen anything official on this yet? I've been checking the port authority FB page, but haven't seen anything new. Thanks.
Flights from the west coast often don't work out, either way because of loosing time going east and flights leaving so late out of SXM plus customs going west. Plan to miss connections and staying over night and then you are happy and surprised when it actually works.
I also asked the travel board and was told if your insurance covers outside of the US it is fine......my specific question was if the global health care coverage I have (BC/BS IL) that I used for entry in May would cover me for this trip.
The requirements have not changed; they are just better documented and publicized now. As you know from May, your insurance was accepted even though BCBS does not provide quarantine expenses or medical repatriation.
Personally, I'd travel with that same coverage. You probably won't even be asked to show it on arrival.
Glad I found this thread on STT airport. We will be tight coming out of YVD through Tortola then to STT as there is an 1130 am ferry that arrives at 12:20 near airport. Our flight departs at 2 pm. I have GE/TSA-pre but my fiancé only has TSA-pre. As far I can see on the ferry schedules there is not anything earlier out of Tortola unless I missed an update (we leave out on 11/5). Any ideas?
Thanks this has been a great forum to get answers on getting there and around as covid has screwed up everything that was once easy.
Same happened to me. EHAS forms for four were sent and three came back approved but my wife's was denied to to the time frame guide lines even thought the tests and forms were identical. I called the EHAS number, sent email on their contact page describing the details and resubmitted EHAS again. I received approval within a half hour. Good luck.
This forum is still one of the best forms of information all things St.Martin!! It's how we learned about the island before we booked our first flight!! That was close to 20 years ago!! There is no age bracket here!!!