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Anguilla Air & Sea Ports Authority

The Board of Directors, management and staff of the Anguilla Air and Sea Ports Authority (AASPA) wish to inform the traveling public of the updated ferry boat services between Blowing Point Port (Anguilla) and Marigot Port (St. Martin) from Thursday, 28 December 2017.

Due to efforts to return operations as close as possible to a state of normalcy, the Anguilla and St. Martin port authorities have collaborated to further increase the number of daily voyages between both islands from 8 trips to 10 trips as per the schedule below.

The schedule is as follows:

While both islands continue to face challenges with achieving efficiencies of operation following the damage of Hurricane Irma, the safety of passengers and crew and the satisfaction of our customers’ demand for ferry services remain high priorities and thus, will continue to motivate our collaborative efforts.

The AASPA wishes to thank the Government of Anguilla and its agencies, ferry owners and operators and the officials of the Marigot Port and the other cooperating French authorities for all the diligence, cooperation, persistence and patience exercised in ensuring that the demands of the travelling public are met in a safe and secure manner. With our continued collaborative efforts, normal Port operations will be returned shortly.


Calypso Charters

When you arrive at the airport, look for a taxi to bring you to the dock. We have been relocated to the police station, near the bridge at Simpson Bay. At the airport, there may be a man holding a Calypso sign. Ground transportation will resume as soon as possible.

The schedule is as follows:

One way rates: US $65 per person ages 12+

One way rates: $35 per person ages 1-11/ Infants free

AXA Departure Taxes: Non-Belongers-US $23 / Belongers-US $8

Upon arrival at St. Maarten airport, a taxi driver (by the name of Fred) holding a Calypso sign will transport you to the Simpson Bay Police Station near the bridge.

For more information:

Call: +1-264-584-8504



GB Ferries

The staff of GB Ferries is excited to announce that operations will resume on October 21st, 2017. We have been relocated to the police station, near the bridge at Simpson Bay.

The tentative schedule is as follows:

Fares are as follows:

0 – 2 years No charge

3 – 10 years US$25 each way

11 years+ US$55.00 each way

For more information:

Call: +1-264-235-6205



Funtime Charters

Operations of this service will being Monday October 23rd, 2017. Please note that the shuttles will run from and to Simpson Bay Police Station/Bridge.

The schedule is as follows:

Shared Shuttle: US $65 per person one way or $125.00 per person round trip (12yrs and up)

Shared Shuttle: US $35.00 per child one way or $60.00 round trip (3- 11yrs)

children 0-2 yrs free

Weekends are only for Private Charters until further notice.The cost is $350.00 US dollars for the first four persons and every additional person is $25.

Gotcha Garfield's Sea Tours

Resumption of Service: November 10th, 2017. Private Charter Services only.

Availability of services based on bookings :

Transfers to/from St.Maarten to Anguilla and Anguilla to St. Maarten

Group transfers are available

Cruises to offshore Cays around Anguilla and St. Martin

Cruises to St. Barths

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Resumption of Service: October 26th, 2017.Daily Shuttle Services and Private Charters.

Availability of services based on bookings:

Fares are as follows:

Adult fares are $35 one-way and $60 round trip

Children fares are $20 one-way and $40 round trip

As re-construction efforts continue, changes and updates will be made to better accommodate persons that do not fit the travel restrictions. The Customs and Immigration department has been relocated to the Police Station in Blowing Point.

Access to Anguilla:

By Air

Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport

B By making some adjustments to suit the arrival and departure times of International and Regional carriers servicing the Princess Juliana International Airport, things at the Clayton J Lloyd International Airport have returned to a measure of normalcy. Alongside charters to and from any Caribbean destination that is open to commercial traffic, daily flights to and from St. Maarten are now being offered.

Air Charter Services between St. Maarten and Anguilla

The Anguilla Air Services schedule for October 2017 is as follows:

Anguilla Departures to St. Maarten: 12:00 PM & 3:30 PM

St. Maarten Departures to Anguilla: 2:30 PM & 4:45 PM

The Air Sunshine schedule is as follows:

St. Maarten Departures to Anguilla: 9:00 AM

Anguilla Departures to Anguilla: 6:45 PM

Fares - One way: US $50.00 - $100.00 / Round trip: US $100.00 - $200.00


Flights between Anguilla and San Juan Airport

Seaborne Airlines

Note: A minimum connection time of one hour is required to connect to AXA via Seaborne. Schedules are subject to change and cancellation. However, Seaborne is hoping to offer daily services as soon as possible.

The Seaborne Airlines schedule is as follows:

Air Sunshine

The schedule is as follows:

Fares - One Way: US $275-375 per person/ Round Trip: US $425-550 per person

Anguilla Air Services

The schedule is as follows:

Trans Anguilla Airways

The schedule is as follows:


PJIA 2017 Winter Schedule


Road Bay Port

Road Bay Port in Sandy Ground is now functional to receive cargo. The NEOC must also be notified of items being shipped to Anguilla accompanied with a full manifest (addressed correctly with a complete list of all items being sent). Also, as there is no single shipping courier managing the shipment of relief items, kindly contact the closest shipping agency in your area.

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