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St. James Club is all about having a good time ... whether than means relaxing with a book beneath a palm tree or trying your hand at windsurfing in the bay. Indeed, the club is just as suitable for those who want to do nothing as it is for those who want to do it all, its beaches and pools complemented by sporting opportunities that rank amongst Antigua's finest. For those who go to St. James Club simply to relax, there are two white sand beaches to choose between, as well as four swimming pools, including a designated family pool and an adult-only "tranquility" pool. The long list of complimentary non-motorized water sports includes snorkeling, windsurfing and kayaking, with instruction readily provided. For those who want to try their hand at deep-sea fishing, the "Susie Q" is right on hand, fishing expeditions yielding anything from mahi mahi to the occasional marlin. On land, there are six tennis courts (four of them lit for night play), with instruction readily available from the pro. The "Body Shop" gym is perfect for those who want to maintain their fitness regimes, while the daily activities program includes anything from aquacise classes to adventure walks.
Even golfers can indulge their passion. Play is available on two 18-hole courses (Jolly Harbour Golf Club and Cedar Valley Golf Club), both about a 35-minute drive away. Greens fees and transfers are payable locally.
St. James Club Beauty Salon and Spa is tucked away in a quiet corner of The Village. Treat yourself to one of its relaxing massages or beauty treatments while your children have fun in the kid's club.
The St. James's Club now offers the Mamora Bay Divers PADI Scuba Center on-site. The scuba center provides everything from introductory 'Discover Scuba' courses to open water PADI dive certification and night dives. Popular sites include Sunken Rock, an underwater pillar that goes from depths of about 30 meters to about two meters; Sam's Hangover, a relaxing drift dive; and Pillars of Hercules, known for stunning aquatic life.