Getting to Montserrat and Sea Song

To get to Montserrat you will need to fly to Antigua and then transfer to Montserrat by small plane or via ferry.

Arriving From Antigua

Both Fly Montserrat and Antigua Barbuda Montserrat Air run by SVG Air operate daily flights from Antigua Airport (ANU) to Monserrat’s Airport (MNI).The planes are 9-seat Islander aircraft and flight time is 20 minutes. Alternatively you can charter your own plane.

You can also take the ferry from St John’s in Antigua. The trip takes about 2 hours. The ferry schedule varies according to the time of year. Prospective tenants can contact my agent for an up-to-date schedule.

Arriving in Antigua from the UK

Both British Airways and Virgin Atlantic run daily direct flights to Antigua Airport (ANU) from London Gatwick (LGW). The flight is just over 8hrs.

Arriving in Antigua from North America

Direct flights to Antigua Airport (ANU) are available through Air Canada, American Airlines, and Delta Air amongst others, offering flights departing from NY Newark, NY JFK, Atlanta, Charlotte, Miami, Toronto and Montreal.

Arriving in Antigua from Europe

Direct flights to Antigua Airport (ANU) are available via Blue Panorama flying exclusively out of Milan Malpensa (MXP).

Transport on the Island

Given the location of the house it is strongly recommended that you hire a car during your stay, although there are a number of taxi drivers on island if you prefer. Mountain bikes are also available to hire, but the roads are winding and very hilly!

Montserratians drive on the left and you will need a temporary local driving licence if you hire a vehicle. (Cost: EC $50, available on production of your regular licence at the police station.) There are several car hire companies on island and you can usually get a rate of about $US30 per day, payable to car owner on island. Please contact my agent if you need help with arrangements.