Saintly Islands of the Caribbean

Name the largest islands touching the Caribbean Sea whose name starts with "Saint", or some variation thereof.
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Last updated: May 7, 2017
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km2
Island
617
Saint Lucia
345
Saint Vincent
214
Saint Croix
168
Saint Kitts
87
Saint Martin
km2
Island
81
Saint Thomas
51
Saint John
26
San Andrés
21
Saint Barthélemy
21
Sint Eustatius
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Level 28
May 6, 2017
whew
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Level 74
May 6, 2017
San Andrés, pop 67,000, is 26 km2.
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Level ∞
May 7, 2017
Crud. Added that one. Hope I didn't miss any others.
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Level 64
May 7, 2017
Weird so few know St. Thomas. Always thought it is visited more than the others. But I suppose that does not matter.
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Level 90
May 7, 2017
I saw St Georges Cay missing, Wikipedia lists these as well: Ilet Sainte-Marie, Martinque -

Santamaria Island, Jamaica -

Saint Elairs Cay, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines -

Cayo Santiago, PR -

Isla San Juan, PR -

Penon de San Jorge, PR -

Little Saint James, USVI -

Little San Salvador, Bahamas -

Saint Georges Cay, Bahamas -

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Level 77
May 29, 2017
"the largest islands"
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Level 76
Dec 25, 2020
Isn't it well established that Bahamas does not touch the Caribbean?
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Level 85
May 8, 2017
Perhaps have Saint Christopher as an alternative to Saint Kitts which is its proper name.
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Level 51
May 9, 2017
Tough quiz.
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Level 80
May 10, 2017
I have to wonder how the stats would look if this quiz was taken by "regular" people instead of Jetpunkers. The three most well known answers aren't necessarily the most visited or popular as vacation destinations, but instead, are the ones that are sovereign nations.
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Level 65
May 21, 2017
Absolutely.
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Level 37
Jun 26, 2017
Saint Martin and Sint Maarten are two countries on one island. Much like Haiti and the Dominican Republic. And each spelling must be accepted. The first is the French spelling for the French pside of the island, the second the Dutch for the Dutch side...
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Level 66
Jun 30, 2017
San Juan means St. John?
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Level 59
Jul 5, 2017
San Juan is a city, St Johns is an island of the US Virgin Islands
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Level 78
Sep 10, 2017
How come San Salvador Island, Bahamas isn't on the list? Wikipedia states that it's area is 163 km2.
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Level 71
Sep 10, 2017
Maybe because the Bahamas is not considered "touching the Caribbean Sea" ?
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Level 49
Dec 27, 2020
I mean I feel like the Bahamian islands are all part of the Caribbean sea.
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Level 71
Sep 10, 2017
Love the title of this quiz :-)
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Level 70
Sep 10, 2017
As a French speaker, it's always driven me insane that it's "St. Croix" and not "Ste. Croix". Croix is a feminine noun, it's "la sainte Croix".
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Level 43
Sep 10, 2017
Only 4 :(
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Level 71
Oct 28, 2017
The US Virgin Island is called Sainte Croix (not Saint) - short form is Ste. (not St.). It was irritating not to have Ste Croix accepted when that is actually correct.
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Level ∞
Oct 29, 2017
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Croix,_U.S._Virgin_Islands
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Level 83
Jul 5, 2018
Just type Croix.
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Level 79
Sep 26, 2020
Croix-ky!
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Level 37
Nov 7, 2017
Wow - Statia (Sint Eustatius finally made it to a quiz!)
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Level 71
Dec 25, 2020
Actually, could you accept "Statia"? After all, you also accept St. Barts instead of requiring the full name.
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Level 60
Nov 25, 2017
could you accept Santa Lucia ?
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Level 37
Dec 11, 2017
Where's that?
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Level 46
Feb 19, 2019
It's a country in the Caribbean. Santa Lucia is most likely a variation of Saint Lucia (aka St. Lucia)
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Level 67
Oct 19, 2019
Heard about eustatius and barthelemy, but never heard john, thomas, croix (I did try santa cruz though..) and andres before.
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Level 49
Dec 27, 2020
What about San Salvador Island? (in the bahamas). Or would you not count that as Caribbean because it's on the Western side of the Bahamas. I personally think all of the Bahamian islands are Caribbean Islands because it's a Caribbean island nation.
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Level 66
Dec 30, 2020
Oh no! I'm Colombian and I forgot San Andrés. I even remembered Santa Catalina which is smallest in the Archipelago but not San Andrés. Shame.