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Seaborne Airlines

The Valley

Seaborne got their start flying cruise line sightseeing tours over Alaska’s spectacular Misty Fjords in 1992. A year later they added tours in the Virgin Islands to provide a much deserved escape from Alaska’s endless winter! The move suited them so well they decided to stay year round and began their first scheduled seaplane flights between St. Croix and St. Thomas – building upon the rich, romantic path first blazed in 1960s by Brigadier General and Pan American World Airways Captain Charlie Blaire and his wife actress Maureen O’Hara with Antilles Airboats.

Over Twenty years experience operating in the Caribbean with an excellent safety record and operational performance, has made Seaborne a respected airline throughout the Caribbean. Seaborne’s focus is safety, customer service and on-time performance.

In 2013, Seaborne became one of the fastest growing airlines in the Caribbean. With this growth, Seaborne has brought skilled employment and a strong teamwork ethic to each destination we fly. A firm foundation and a strong network of employees is needed to support Seaborne’s rapid growth. Seaborne takes pride in our community involvement at each destination we serve and truly cares about our employees and customers.


Seaborne’s service into Anguilla has launched on April 30, 2015, and operates three times weekly. Service operates on Seaborne’s fleet of Saab 340 aircraft, comfortably configured with 34 seats, two pilots, and a flight attendant.

Flights depart from San Juan on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 1:00 p.m. and arrive in San Juan at 2:05 p.m. The return flights leave Anguilla at 2:50 p.m., arriving in San Juan at 3:55 p.m. Passengers are be able to connect immediately from and to the principal cities in North America, South America, Central America, Mexico and Puerto Rico, as well as from major cities throughout Europe, including Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Rome, and London. The new service is also expected to favorably impact travel from Puerto Rico to Anguilla for short-break vacationers, as well as local travel from Anguilla to San Juan for business, health and leisure purposes.