D Boat moves to St. Maarten

D Boat

The popular water attraction D Boat has moved to the neighbouring island of St. Maarten, according to reports.

It will be stationed at the famous Simpson Bay known for its influx of visitors.

The boat reportedly left Antigua two weeks ago and is undergoing repairs to open in time for the winter season in St. Maarten.

The owner Scott Tom is reported as saying that business in Antigua’s off-season had become very slow.

He also said the size of the market and the monopoly in the cruise sector meant that the company was only able to break even.

D Boat operated off Maiden Island for about four years and at its peak employed eight people.

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  1. Scott Tom came to Antigua to escape online gambling charges in the US because he knew we wouldn’t extradite him for that (considering our WTO history). Now that the charges were dropped/time served and he no longer needs Antigua’s protection he gone. Ok cool

  2. Why are all these businesses closing down in Antigua. This is the 4th one so far after ALPs overwhelming mandate.

    The economic poorhouse really picking up steam.

  3. So Government should be advertising white man business now? If you have a business aren’t you suppose to work, market it so it can be successful? “At its peak it employed 8 people.” My father was a fisherman and farmer and regular employed more than 20 people.

    D-Boat – take D-JUNK and GO.

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