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2 days ago

Anguilla Strong
Re-opening of the Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal

The Board of Directors, management and staff of the Anguilla Tourist Board (ATB) wish to inform the general public that as of Monday 16th July, 2018, the Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal will be open for operation. The port of entry is housed on St. Maarten and is located in close proximity to the Princess Juliana International Airport.

Passengers traveling through this facility are reminded of the $5.00 Passenger Levy that is charged to every guest that departs from the Blowing Point Ferry Terminal destined for the Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal.

The ATB wishes to thank the Ministry of Tourism, Charter Boat Owners, the Government of St. Maarten and other Dutch authorities for the diligence, cooperation, time and energy dedicated to getting the facility ready for operation. We also wish to thank our private sector partners for their patience and understanding as both the Dutch and Anguillian authorities worked to re-open the Anguilla St. Maarten Ferry Terminal.
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4 days ago

Anguilla Strong
Could not have said it any better. We know you will rebuild and come back even stronger. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. #anguillastrongMy heart goes out today to the owners and staff of johnno's and Dad's beach bar. So many great memories and musical expiriences were had for Anguillians and Tourist over many years. This is truely a loss for both institutions and all person who love Anguilla. Let me take this moment to wish them both a speedy recorvery and all the well wishes in this tough time....Stay strong, #Anguillastrong...Love and respect... Omari

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6 days ago

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Phase One of Roof Repair at SXM Terminal Building Completed

SIMPSON BAY, St. Maarten - The Managing Board of the Princess Juliana International Airport – SXM on Thursday July 5, 2018, announced the completion of Phase One of the roof repair project at the Terminal Building. The project originally began in March 2018. The completion of this phase is another step towards the reconstruction of the entire Terminal Building, the Managing Board said.
According to the Projects, Planning and Systems Department of SXM Airport (PPS), the 250 meters long roof, covering almost 16,000 square meters, was severely damaged in the aftermath of the September 2017 hurricanes. Hurricane Irma had ripped off 70% of the Terminal Building’s roof. Leakage consequently became a grave concern as it affected the internal operational infrastructure of the airport .
The Ballast Nedam company was contracted to reconstruct the roof in the first phase. The repairs included waterproofing, steel deck treatment and the installation of the flat metal sheets.
The Managing Board has confirmed that the roof repair plan will be carried out in three phases. Phase 2 of the project has already begun and includes the installation of the roof profiles and panels. Meanwhile, phase 3 will include the installation of the bullnoses and soffits, which form the perimeter of the roof.
The newly completed roof works (Phase 1) will ensure that the terminal will be watertight. Only after the installation of the roof profiles, panels, bullnoses and soffits (Phase 2+3 works) will the entire roof be able to sustain hurricane wind force of 185 miles per hour (Category 5). The overall project is set to be completed in November 2018
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3 weeks ago

Anguilla Strong
If you missed the June edition of the SXM Airport Horizon newsletter, click the below website link:
www.sxmairport.com/newsletter-June-2018.php
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1 month ago

Anguilla Strong
Anguilla For Tourists
Remembering Scilly Cay.....
www.gofundme.com/scilly-cay-island-rebuilding
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1 month ago

Anguilla Strong
Great news!! We’ve got new hats and beach bags! 🧢 🇦🇮

All proceeds will continue to benefit Anguilla Schools and children’s programs! Stay tuned for info
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2 months ago

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Great to see the progress. Beautiful church. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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Blanchard's Update - April 30 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

Anguilla Strong
PRICKLY PEAR, PEOPLE! Every Monday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. for just $150 per person, including beverages on board & beach chairs! JOHNNO'S BEACH STOP's Prickly Pear location is up and running which means RUM PUNCH! 🍹🍹🍹 Lunch is on your own and we can pre-order it for you! Pre-order is highly recommended - we can send you the menu. Email us at info@calypsochartersanguilla.com or call 264-584-8504. ... See MoreSee Less
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