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The Old Gin House
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Country: Netherlands Antilles
Phone: +599-318-2319
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The Old Gin House

The Gin House is a luxury Inn within an informal setting in which you decide what and when to do. The staff is there to assist you and arrange excursions or make that perfect Pina Colada for when you're relaxing at our fresh water pool or ocean front Patio.


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St. Eustatius is a small island located 33 miles south west of the coast of St. Maarten in the Caribbean Sea. On the island you find the famous Quill, which is an extinct volcano. Besides climbing you can also explore the underwater sights by means of scuba diving. Old wrecks, pinnacles and large variety of underwater species can be found in shallow waters off the coast. There are three dive schools on the Island with professional instructors. They offer advanced as well as beginner's courses and regular dives up to three times a day. The marine park protects the waters around the Island. They have won a Carribean Travel and Life Eco award and charge a small fee per dive to upkeep the park.


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