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Harbour Village Marina (Dorp Antriol, Netherlands Antilles)

Things to do in Netherlands Antilles

This beautiful set of islands, also known as the Dutch Antilles, centers on two easily navigable groups: the northern or Leeward Islands and southern or Windward islands. It is a magical place that divides the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

The beauty of these islands is often foreknown, such is the case of Aruba, famous for its beaches, marinas and tourist offer, or Curacao (its port has been declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO) and Bonaire (which greatest beauty is found in its underwater life with a visibility of more than 30 meters for the diver), all near the coast of Venezuela, in case the fearless captain decides to extend its route in that direction.

On the other hand, the northern group consists of Saba, that has an extinct volcano on its surface (Mount Scenery, which is also the highest point of all the Netherlands) Sint Eustatius and Sint Maarten, only 150 miles from Puerto Rico. The latter has the peculiarity of being divided- its southern part belongs to the French overseas collectivity, and the northern to the Netherlands, but it should be mentioned that it is not included within the European Union as its currency is the Antillean guilder although both euro and dollar are used and accepted.

Among the many marinas and anchorages found in the Netherlands Antilles, it is worth mentioning the port of Philipsburg, the main engine of the economy and major Caribbean destination which has a shopping center, marina and Captain Hodge Wharf pier.

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