Harbor Point Village was opened in May 2003 and complements the shopping center of Philipsburg
. The village features a small shopping arcade consisting of 12 shops and 12 market-stalls, in an architectural atmosphere of vintage St. Maarten landmarks. Harbour Point Village is meant for those visitors who remain on the vessel or who go on an island-tour and return to the vessel. Those remaining on the vessel still have the opportunity to visit Harbour Point Village and purchase souvenirs for family and friends back home.
Water taxis leave the cruise facility and head straight into the duty-free shopping mecca of the Northeastern Caribbean, Philipsburg. Cruise passengers disembark at the Capt. Hodge Wharf from water taxis and tender boat shuttles.
The Port of St. Maarten Cruise Facilities comprises of the Dr. A.C. Wathey Pier, the John Craane Cruise Terminal, the Tender Jetty, Capt. Hodges Wharf,and Harbour Point Village. These integrated facilities cater to the demands and needs of the cruise sector.
» Caribbean Shipping Association
» Captain Hodge Wharf
» Second Tender Jetty