Organization : Anguilla Tourist Board
Facility : Online Reservation Request for Late Night Ferry Service
Country : Anguilla
Website : https://ivisitanguilla.com/online-reservation-request-form-for-late-night-ferry-service/
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Anguilla Tourist Board Announces Temporary Suspension Of Late Night Ferry Service From St. Maarten The Valley, Anguilla, December 5, 2015.
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The Anguilla Tourist Board has announced a delay in the implementation of the late night ferry shuttle service from St. Maarten, which was scheduled to commence on December 1st, 2015.
The service has been temporarily suspended while some matters related to immigration in St. Maarten are being finalized. The Government of Anguilla will be meeting with the Immigration Department during the week of December 7th, 2015, with a view to resolving the outstanding issues.
An announcement on the resumption of the late night service will be forthcoming. For more information contact the Anguilla Tourist Board at 264-497-2759
For Online Reservation please enter the following details :
1. First Name*
2. Last Name*
4. Telephone Contact*
Reservation Request :
6. Number of Persons
8. Number of Children
9. Airline/Flight Number and Flight Arrival Time
Online Reservation Request Form for Late Night Ferry Service
Contact: Chantelle M. Richardson
Deputy Director, Marketing
The Valley, Anguilla, BWI
Anguilla Tourist Board
Email : Chantelle.richardson AT atb.ai
Travel Tips :
** Anguilla is a friendly, English-speaking island located in the northeastern Caribbean. A safe and peaceful community, Anguillians are gracious and hospitable, warm and welcoming. Our island home is easy to explore with wonderful places and people to meet from end to end.
** Our beautiful sand, near perfect weather and delightful water temperatures make it nearly impossible to leave your spot on the beach, but we hope you get the chance to explore the island and become a part of our community during your stay.
Government: British Overseas Territory
Location: Eastern Caribbean, most northerly of Leeward Islands
Climate and Temperature: 80°F monthly mean temperature, water temperatures generally range between 70°F and 80°F
Rainfall: 35 inches per year: rainy season is usually September through October, driest months are February and March
Electricity: 110 Volts AC, same as the United States
Currency: While the Eastern Caribbean Dollar is the of?cial currency of Anguilla, the US dollar is widely accepted across the island.
ATMs: ATMs can be found in many convenient locations throughout the island. We recommend withdrawals by Friday should you be staying the weekend.
Water: Water is potable. Bottled water is also available at most hotels and convenience stores.
Driving: Driving is on the left-hand side of the road, and a driver’s license is required.
Rentals: Car, jeeps and bike rentals available
International Gateways :
** The nearest international gateways are St. Maarten/Martin (7 minute flight), San Juan, Puerto Rico and Antigua (1 hour ?ight).
** Ferries begin operation at 7:30am and run regularly at 30-45 minute intervals up until 7:00pm from Marigot, St. Martin. The last ferry of the day from Anguilla leaves Blowing Point at 6:15pm. The crossing is about 20 minutes. Private ferries are also available. Fares vary with providers. Charter service is also available from Blowing Point to the Princess Juliana Airport and Simpson Bay.
** Passport and return or onward ticket(s) required. Contact the Agricultural Department (264-497-2615) for information regarding pets, animals and seeing-eye dog importation.
Departure Tax :
** A US $20 departure tax applies to all tourists departing from Anguilla, whether by plane or ferry. There is no charge for children under two (2) years old. The departure tax for day trips to surrounding islands is US $5 for trips through Blowing Point Ferry Terminal ONLY. Residents of Anguilla and residents of St. Martin/St. Maarten are also subject to a US $5 departure tax through Blowing Point Ferry Terminal.
Dress Code :
** Casual, but in good taste (short shorts, bikinis, bra-type tops and toplessness in both men and women are undesirable in public places; nude and topless swimming and/or sunbathing are not permitted). All beaches are public
About Us :
A warm and welcoming island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Embraced by unrivaled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas, Anguilla is casual and easy, a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance, and the best of the good life set to a slow and casual island tempo.
Anguilla is an experience that captivates our visitors and creates friendships and memories that last a lifetime.
Come visit Anguilla this fall and enjoy our endless Summer with near perfect weather, blue waters and balmy trade winds. Quiet, and low key from the end of August to October, the island is yours to explore and experience.