The waters off the beaches of St Martin are clear and warm and perfect for exploring the local marine life with a snorkel and mask.
Water sports are by no means the only activities available on the island, but they are by far the most numerous. With surfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, jet-skiing, kite surfing, water skiing, kayaking, sailing and deep-sea fishing on the menu, anyone looking to try out an extreme sport will find everything they are looking for on Saint Martin.

The weather, water and air temperature (averaging between 77°F and 84°F) and dependable trade winds provide ideal conditions for all types of water sports all year round.

French Side (St. Martin)

  • B52 (kitesurf scholl) - Village Le Flamboyant Nettle Bay - 0690 54 57 57
  • Bubble shop (snorkeling, diving, stand up paddle, kayak, jet ski) - Cul de Sac - 0690 77 67 27 / 0690 77 52 54
  • Caribbean Paddling (kayak & stand up paddle) - Cul de Sac - 0690 22 03 22
  • Creole Rock Watersports (jetski, kayak, stand up paddle, flyboard, day charters...) - Grand Case Beach Club - 0590 87 51 87 / 0690 56 50 56 (plans to reopen in October 2018)
  • Jet Extreme (jet ski) - Mercure Hotel, Nettle Bay - 0590 51 15 53 /0690 54 66 03
  • OC4 Island (hawaian pirogue, stand up paddle) - 0690 56 24 02
  • Octopus Diving (diving center/ snorkeling...) - Grand Case - 00 1721 588 82 45
  • Sea Dolphine (stand up paddle, diving, snorkeling) - Village Le Flamboyant, Nettle Bay - 0690 35 29 00
  • Sxm kite school - Cul de Sac - 0690 71 72 44
  • Wakeboard school - Nettle Bay - 0690 33 30 01

Dutch Side (St. Maarten)

  • Flyboard St Maarten (flyboard) - Cole Bay / Simpson Bay - 001721 5816 097
  • Aqua Mania Dive Adventures (scuba diving) - Simpson Bay Resort - 001721 544 2640
  • Rhino Safari (watercraft & snorkeling) - Simpson Bay - 001721 544 3150