HELP REBUILD THE SINT MAARTEN YACHT CLUB
& SAILING SCHOOL
On September 6th St. Maarten lay right in the middle of Hurricane Irma’s monster path and devastation happened. The entire island was smashed, including the Sint Maarten Yacht Club. The docks, deck and fleet got severely damaged or wiped out. As a result, the young students enrolled in sailing lessons as part of our Youth Sailing Program no longer have the opportunity to sail until we rebuild our docks and replace the fleet. We have organized a temporary solution for the students still on island off Kim Sha Beach, however this significantly reduces the capacity of kids we can take sailing with a limited number of boats. With all the devastation surrounding the children of St. Maarten, we are determined to rebuild and to provide the youth with a positive activity and distraction from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
In order to rebuild, we are seeking donations to support our efforts. Please click here for more information.
St. Maarten Marine Trades Association announces the launch of its website caribbeanyachtingupdate2017.comAs St. Maarten is getting back on its feet after the passage of Hurricane Irma, communication about what is open and available is very important for anybody interested in coming to the island. The St. Maarten Marine Trades Association (SMMTA) has launched the website,... read more
WHAT WE DO
“This is my 7th Heineken Regatta and I keep coming back because it really is Serious Fun! Great sailing, great parties & I get to spend some quality time with great friends, the regatta trifecta!”
March 6, 2017.
“This by far was one of the best Regatta and I have been to several. UB40 delivered!!!”
March 7, 2017.
“Had an amazing time at the Regatta being aboard the Spellbound 3rd place finish with Capt Ian and crew… UB40 put on an amazing show.”
March 16, 2017
Bruce A. Park