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Caribbean Islands of Antigua and St Martin win 2010 Travelers’ Choice awards

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 BVI News: "May 18, 2010 – Horizon Yacht Charters bases in Antigua and St Martin are delighted with the results of TripAdvisor’s Top 10 Destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico for 2010. The Traveler’s Choice eighth annual competition is the largest ever with over 35 million real and unbiased reviews and opinions from travelers on TripAdvisor.com. This makes it unlike any other honors award in the world.

St Martin/Saint Maarten, renowned for its marriage of Caribbean, French and Dutch cultures, picks up the award for Top 10 Best Destination Award 2010. White sand beaches, stunning landscapes and wildlife, combined with fun cafes and beach-side dining."
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