Anguilla’s Clayton J Lloyd International Airport accepts mostly smaller aircraft and will require a transfer before arriving from most international destinations (unless you're using your private jet).
Anguilla Air serves St-Martin/Sint Maarten's Princess Juliana International Airport (Dutch side) and St-Barthélemy, while Seaborne Airlines and Tradewind Aviation serve San Juan (Puerto Rico). There are also various high-season services.
Departure tax is US$20 plus a US$3 security fee (US$5 for St-Martin/Sint Maarten day trips).
The ferry terminal is in Blowing Point.
Public ferries Public ferries make the 25-minute run between Anguilla and Marigot in St-Martin/Sint Maarten (French side) an average of once every 45 minutes, departing Anguilla from 7:30am to 6:15pm, and departing St-Martin/Sint Maarten from 8:15am to 7pm, with an additional departure at 10pm. There's a US$3 security fee and a US$20 departure tax (US$5 for day trips).
GB Ferries A reliable operator running to Princess Juliana International Airport in Simpson Bay, St-Martin/Sint Maarten. Journey time is 20 to 30 minutes. It departs Anguilla from 8:45am to 5:30pm, and from St-Martin/Sint Maarten between 10am and 6:30pm. In addition, it runs a high-season evening ferry between 10pm and 1am to connect with Princess Juliana International Airport's late-night flights. It saves considerable time compared with taking a taxi from Marigot to the airport. There's a US$20 departure tax (US$5 for day trips).
The port of entry for yachts is at Sandy Ground. Before arriving, contact the immigration and customs office on VHF channel 16.