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Dutch Caribbean have routes with French Antilles (Gustavia/St Barth) and Dutch Caribbean (Philipsburg/St Maarten and Saba). The routes Dutch Caribbean are operated by Great Bay Express only who offer 30 weekly sailings, with a maximum duration of 45 min and frequent, all day departures. This sea crossing is also served by hydrofoils so travel times for foot passengers can be reduced, but there are also normal ferries available catering for both vehicles and foot passengers.
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Guide of DUTCH CARIBBEAN
The Dutch Caribbean is a former colony of the Netherlands and is located in the Caribbean. The area includes the islands of Aruba, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba. These exotic islands attract tourists from all over the world. A brief history of the Dutch Carribean Until 2010, these islands were part of the Netherlands, known as the Netherlands Antilles, established in the 1950s. each island has its own well-defined history, but the first human settlements were created by indigenous tribes from Venezuela. During the mid and late 1400s, the islands were disc... [More information]
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