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We stopped here as one of our stops during a shore excursions. We moored off shore and did a little snorkeling but seen very little and no turtles. The water was a little cloudy and rough the day we went. The beaches looked inviting and...More
We visited Tintamarre while on a catamaran excursion and we absolutely loved it . Beautiful gold sand , calm and turquoise water . Absolutely no seaweed . It was so quiet and peaceful that we didn't want to leave . It's great for snorkelling and...More
Spent a couple hours there snorkelling for turtles. Was amazing to see! You need to swim around to find them and sometimes you will see 15-20 but we only saw one the afternoon we went. Was still great.
Beach is unbelievable beautiful and water is...More
Take one of the snorkeling trips offered on St Maarten, both Captain Neal and Captain Alan have fantastic trips to snirkle with the turtles and once in a while dolphins. Neal leaves from Simpson Bay and Allan leaves from Oyster pond at Oyster Bay Beach...More
This tour with Celine Charters was incredible very good franksua the chef cooked an exquisite breakfast, lunch and dessert and Sam is a very friendly girl and is aware that we all feel super good throughout the trip and Neil is a spectacular person, the...More
Enjoyed our day complete yatch tour where they stopped at Tintamarre while we swam, covered ourselves with the mud and then had Bar-B-Que & Salad on the beach prepared by the Yatch crew. Completed the tour with trip around island of St. Maarten/ St. Martin.
My ride to Tintamare was not rough at all, but I was on a 51 ft catamaran. Typical ocean currents. The ride to Prickly Pear and Anguilla about the same. But if you go all the way around Anguilla the waters are a bit rough... More
My ride to Tintamare was not rough at all, but I was on a 51 ft catamaran. Typical ocean currents. The ride to Prickly Pear and Anguilla about the same. But if you go all the way around Anguilla the waters are a bit rough on the windward side at times. A lot has to do with the size of your boat and the speed you are traveling. And of course the weather and time of day.