The artery
of Saint Martin.

Commercial Port

Since its creation in 1995, the port has been supplying the French part of Saint-Martin by sea.

Imports are increasing every year with an average of more than 250,000 tons imported annually. Approximately 20% of the transit serves ships in transit to other destinations facilitating trade in the Caribbean.

More than 250 meters of quay,


Ferry Terminal

regular ferries to St. Barth and Anguille.


Anchorage and landings, 10 minutes from the center of Marigot.

200,000 + passengers
a year.

Ferry Terminal

The station maintains regular connections between St. Martin, Anguilla and St. Barthélemy, ensuring tourism and family business between the neighboring islands.

Located on the waterfront in the heart of Marigot, the ferry terminal is close to restaurants, shopping centers and transportation services.


150 moorings.

A growing port.


The commercial port is expanding its storage areas and will soon be able to accommodate larger vessels. In addition to this expansion, the port is modernizing, to facilitate ease and performance for its users.

Under the auspices of the port facility, the Marina Fort Louis and the Ferry Terminal are also getting a facelift in order to better serve the regular needs of travelers, as well as pleasure vessels.