We did a van tour of the island, which was a good value. Saba has only one 9-mile road that was built in the 1960's linking its four villages. This engineering marvel built on Saba's steep cliffs is appropriately named "The Road". Before The Road was constructed, Sabans hiked the trails or used donkeys to get around the island. The van stopped in each of the villages, and we had a chance to see a beautiful small Catholic church, the Willards luxury resort, the world's smallest international airport (1300 foot runway or about 400 meters) and several handicraft shops. The local lace and jewelry were especially nice. The views of the island and its marvelous cliffs and tiny villages made the ride worthwhile.
A few hardy SeaDream I passengers climbed the 1,064 steps to the top of Mt. Scenery, the highest point on Saba, with a local guide. Most (but not all) were glad they made the hike, and they got a certificate stating they had "climbed Mt. Scenery, the highest point in the Netherlands" and bragging rights back home and on the SeaDream I.