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Eco Hostel, The Keys road #2 - #8, Lane 3, Sucker Garden, U.P.Q. St. Maarten
Eco Hostel on St. Maarten that offers short, medium to long stay holiday and or home rental options to trainees and or international company staff that are stationed on St. Maarten for a period of time.
Workshop, Consulting, Stuifweg 68, 1794HC Oosterend, Noord-Holland
HoomStreet is proudly based on Texel, Netherlands. If you want to know how to modify a shipping container then come on down and we’ll teach you how. Furthermore HoomStreet focusses alternative built homes that are hurricane and earthquake challenged and fire resistant.
Agriculture, Stuifweg 68, 1794HC Oosterend, Noord-Holland
Food garden designed as a market garden where you can pick fresh herbs, vegetables, mushrooms, small fruit and edible flowers.
Funding, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Saint Martin, Sint Eustatius, Saba, Surinam, Netherlands and Belgium
Seng is a smartphone application that offers alternative funding for consumers and business owners. Users who are denied credit at banks will be able to access funds easier through financial support from peers. Family members, friends, colleagues and business owners living in the mentioned locations will be able to “cross finance” and support each other in a safe way through Seng.
Ferry Services between Caribbean ABC and SSS islands
Transportation, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Sint Eustatius, Saba
The Antillean Ferry Services (TAFS) – an initiative that combines local tourism with logistical empowerment between the islands Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Sint Maarten, Sint Eustatius and Saba. It’s an initiative where mentioned islands work together instead of competing or working against each other. TAFS provide reliable and affordable roll on – roll off and passenger (RO/PAX) boat connection between the ABC islands and the SSS islands. An initiative where quality of service, good service and sustainable business operations are paramount. TAFS will be owned by the people* of mentioned islands and other users of the ferry service through Eco Shares. TAFS is a not for profit initiative and invests primarily in safety, quality and continuity. Our interest in the local traveller – read local tourist – is paramount in this initiative. [*445200 Antilleans: 283 935 Antilleans on the islands (2009 statistics) and 161 265 Antilleans living in the Netherlands (2019 statistics)]