Pirate Skyride and Schooner Ride with Transfer Excursions à Saint-Martin
Pirate Skyride and Schooner Ride with Transfer: A top-to-bottom tour with two exciting experiences in one excursion. Take in the amazing views as you glide to the top of St. Maarten’s highest mountain on the Pirate Sky Ride. Then hop back on the Pirate Sky Ride to the Schooner Ride where you’ll surf down the mountain in an inner tube. You will be guided to the plantation house, built in the 1700s, to learn the powerful story of Trace Wilson, born into slavery on the estate in 1818 and his descendant Emilio Wilson who purchased the property to educate current and future generations about the conditions of plantation life as well as the customs, traditions and history of St. Maarten, “The Friendly Island. ”
Embark the Pirate Sky Ride for the approximately 25-minute ride to the Crow’s Nest atop Sentry Hill, St. Maarten’s highest elevation at 1,125 feet. A series of platforms encircle the mountaintop showcasing 360-degree views of the whole island including vistas of neighboring islands Saba, St. Eustatius and St. Barts and Anguilla. To complete your top-to-bottom ride, the Pirate Sky Ride will take you to the Schooner Ride where you’ll surf down the mountain in an inner tube through the curves and straightaways of a specially designed track.
After your fun-filled adventure, select your favorite photo and video then enjoy exploring the Estate and sampling St. Maarten delicacies.
Meeting/pick-up point: At the lobby of the hotel.
Duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Start/opening time: At 9am.
End/closing time: At 11:30am.
Languages: English.
Dress code: Securely fastened shoes is required.
Min. Hight: 52 inches.
Max. Weight: 275 lbs.
Others: Wheelchair accessible

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Tickets
Transport

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Tours & Activities

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Families
Couples
Youth
Seniors

Durée de l'activité

Half-day morning

Not included

Drinks
Meal

Type d'activité

Tours & Activities

Activité pour

Families
Couples
Youth
Seniors

Durée de l'activité

Half-day morning