Recent News

Saba is ready to welcome guests again

For about a month Saba has been almost inaccessible. Although our airport is functioning and did not sustain much damage from lrma nor Maria, our dependency on St Maarten as hub (for almost everything) made accessibility an issue. Saba Government was therefore very pleased to be in contact with St Maarten’s Directer of …

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More engagement with the islands

The Govern­ing Accord of the new Dutch Government titled “Confi­dence in the future,” which was presented on Tuesday, dedicates three paragraphs to Kingdom Relations. The new Dutch Government is showing more engagement with the islands. “The Netherlands is con­nected to the Kingdom parts in the Caribbean through a long-shared history. …

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“Beachcomber II” to Saba for dredging

Motor vessel Beachcomber II has gotten off Boardwalk Boule­vard after lounging there for more than a month and is off to do some important work in Saba. The boat was shoved onto land by the power waves of monster Hurricane Irma that battered the country on September 6. The waves …

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ZVK flies 25 patients back to Statia, Saba

A special Insel Air charter flight flew 25 Health Insurance Office Caribbean Nether­lands ZVK medical patients to St. Eustatius on Wednes­day, October 4. These patients from Statia and Saba and their compan­ions were forced to stay in Curacao due to conditions in the aftermath of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Eight …

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