10 Things to Do in Cupecoy Bay That You Shouldn't Miss

August 5, 2017 Tambra Mccollister

Discover the best top things to do in Cupecoy Bay, St Martin / St Maarten including Seven Marine Charters, Caribbean Marines, J.N. Jewelers, Jet Extreme, Cupecoy Bay Beach, Easy Charter St Maarten, Maho Beach, Ski Nautique Club Caraibes, Atlantis World Casino, Fort Louis.
Restaurants in Cupecoy Bay

1. Seven Marine Charters

Rhine Rd | Porto Cupecoy Marina, Cupecoy Bay 97150, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
97%
Good
2%
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 100 reviews

Seven Marine Charters

Enjoy the luxury and privacy of cruising the Caribbean waters of St. Martin aboard one of our beautiful high energy speed boats. Sip your champagne or rum from our open bar, enjoy a gourmet lunch, or just relax while we glide across the blue sea to idyllic destinations like St. Barths, Anguilla, or an option of your choosing. Making your day special, luxurious and fun. Locate close to La Samanna hotel resort and Terres Bases area . Waiting you email or call to organize the best day of your vacation !

Reviewed By Todd S - Birmingham, Michigan

Thank you Captain Mike and Russ! Had a great time cruising around St. Maarten in the 38’ Midnight Express. Easily accommodated our group of 16. Perfect itinerary picked out by Mike and Russ.

2. Caribbean Marines

Rue De Sandy Ground | Hotel Mercure Saint Martin Marina & SPA, Baie Nettle 97150, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
99%
Good
1%
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5 based on 100 reviews

Caribbean Marines

Full or half day, private charters and tour around St Martin / St Maarten or discover Anguilla, and jump on board to do shopping at Gustavia in St Barth.

Reviewed By FromSaoPaulo - Miami, Florida

We hired Captain Matt and his high speed boat to take us on a full day trip to Saint Barthélemy. His boat is gorgeous, with tastefully upholstered seats, extremely clean and very roomy!
We were extremely pleased with him and his services. Matt is a very careful, highly skilled captain, and his 3 x 300 HP outboard motor boat took us to the island of St. Barth from Grand Case Beach, in less than an hour, although the sea was very bumpy due to strong winds. His knowledge of the island permitted us to visit the best of the best there! On our way back, the winds were in our favor, so it only took us 45 minutes to return.
We highly recommend Cap. Matt from Caribbean Marines!

3. J.N. Jewelers

8 Maho Plaza, Maho, St Martin / St Maarten +1 721-545-2287
Excellent
88%
Good
9%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
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1%
Overall Ratings

5 based on 282 reviews

J.N. Jewelers

Established in 1986, J.N. Jewelers is the first jewelry store in the Maho area of St. Maarten. We offer fine jewelry with precious and semi-precious stones, loose diamonds, and are authorized retailers of several brands of watches including Citizen, Bulova, and Skagen. As a growing family jewelry business, we are committed to providing the highest quality of customer service for all of our products. The customer always comes first.

Reviewed By TonyM60 - Yukon, Oklahoma, United States

Stopped in because of the reviews I had seen about this place, and I was not disappointed. Ravi was a great salesman, makes you feel like old friends in 5 minutes. Great quality, for a good price. If you find it cheaper it may not be real..... some of the places I was told have been know to put in fake diamonds, so be aware. JN has a great selection, you are bound to find something that will make your wife beam with pride.

4. Jet Extreme

Hotel le Mercure - Baie Nettlé, Baie Nettle 97150, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
91%
Good
6%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
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Overall Ratings

5 based on 385 reviews

Jet Extreme

Reviewed By czarmj - Bordentown, New Jersey

We've taken trips with Jet Extreme 3 times more and every time is excellent. The instruction is quick and simple. We've hinge on the Terres Basse route and it's a fast, fun, 1 hr trip with some quick stops along the way to see Baie...MoreHi, What an amazing review, thank you so much we are so glad that you always keep a nice memory of your activities with us. Can't wait to see you next visit !! Anne

5. Cupecoy Bay Beach

Cupecoy Bay, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
48%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
4%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 202 reviews

Cupecoy Bay Beach

If you're looking for a beach that's quiet but not totally secluded, Cupecoy is a good choice. Its white sands are backed by low sandstone cliffs that have been eroded in such a way that they provide a run of small semiprivate coves.

Reviewed By Steve W - Tea, South Dakota, United States

Cupecoy is our go-to spot on the Island! Small beach you seldom have to share with more then 10 others. You can go nude or not and everyone is welcome! Dany is the best host there is and makes sure you are very well taken care of and will watch over your car. For those who claim it's no longer safe? I completely disagree, in all the years we've been going we've NEVER felt unsafe or threatened! It's a must see if you are on the Island!

6. Easy Charter St Maarten

Lagoonies Marina, Cole Bay, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
100%
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5 based on 43 reviews

Easy Charter St Maarten

Welcome to Easy Charter, the best way to discover St Maarten in an easy way. We offer boat tours around our beautiful island, and make trips to Pinel Island, Tintamarre, Anguilla and more!

Reviewed By momorrow - Charlotte, North Carolina

A group of 5 of my friends and I went out on the Hemingway with Nico. We had a blast! We snorkeled and saw some amazing sights. Highly recommend!

7. Maho Beach

Maho 3550-147, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
59%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 4 reviews

Maho Beach

Located at the end of Maho Bay and also very close to the airport where airplanes fly right above the beach.

Reviewed By LtColRiley - Rockwall, Texas

We visited in March 2018, and in spite of the devastation across the island including the vicinity surrounding Maho Beach (a.k.a. Airport Beach), this is a fantastic place to spend a half day. We were there on a Saturday afternoon, and there was plenty of sand for the number of tourists present... The water is beautiful... The crashing waves offer nonstop fun... Taking pictures with airplanes overhead makes for truly great "Kodak moments" and there's a restaurant & bar just steps away to satisfy your cravings. We only stayed an hour, but the entire family wants to return soon!

8. Ski Nautique Club Caraibes

Water Sport Hotel Mercure, Baie Nettle, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
97%
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5 based on 33 reviews

Ski Nautique Club Caraibes

Reviewed By elms64 - Fenton, Michigan

pleasantly surprised when I was able to book one day in advance. the customer service employee answered all questions professionally and with authority.When I arrived it the people, facility, slalom boat, ski course, and instructors far exceeded my expectations - very casual and friendly but serious about skiing. Not the easiest place to find so give your self an extra few minutes for traffic and locating. Bring your own gloves and the rental ski selection is a bit spotty.

9. Atlantis World Casino

Rhine Road 106, Cupecoy Bay, St Martin / St Maarten 599 545 4601
Excellent
36%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
24%
Poor
4%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 73 reviews

Atlantis World Casino

Reviewed By Derdoil - Meriden, Connecticut

Always a treat to go to this casino. Even though there are several Casinos on St. Martin the Atlantis is always top shelf for us. I think the staff there is the nicest and most helpful on the island. Try it you will always go back. We do.

10. Fort Louis

Marigot 97150, St Martin / St Maarten
Excellent
36%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
13%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 743 reviews

Fort Louis

Reviewed By eBismarck - Toronto, Canada

Look it is a remnant fort. Fairly simple. Not very restored. It is free and open. No staff or facilities. Having said that if your staying/visiting Marigot it is worth the walk up the hill for sure. Walk is not all that tough. If you have mobility issues it may be an issue. Great spot at night. Also the remaining walls are light up at night which makes for a nice effect when viewed from town.
Really great view of Marigot/Bay and views of island heading towards Dutch side.

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