The prime minister of Sint Maarten became the head of government of Sint Maarten after the Netherlands Antilles had been dissolved on 10 October 2010. The prime minister, together with the Council of Ministers and the governor of Sint Maarten, form the executive branch of the government of Sint Maarten. Sint Maarten's current prime minister is Silveria Jacobs.
DP NA SMCP UD UPP USP
(born and died)
|Term of office||Political party||Election||Cabinet||Governor|
|Took office||Left office||Days||Name||Composition|
| Sarah Wescot-Williams |
|10 October 2010||21 May 2012||1531|| Democratic Party |
|2010||Wescot-Williams I||DP – UPP|| Eugene Holiday |
| Beatrix |
|21 May 2012||14 June 2013||—||Wescot-Williams II||DP – NA – Ind|
| Willem-Alexander |
|14 June 2013||19 December 2014||Wescot-Williams III|
| Marcel Gumbs |
|19 December 2014||19 November 2015||335|| United People's Party |
|2014||Gumbs||UPP – USP – Ind|
| William Marlin |
|19 November 2015||20 December 2016||736|| National Alliance |
|—||Marlin I||NA – DP – USP – Ind|
|20 December 2016||24 November 2017||2016||Marlin II||NA – USP – DP|
| Rafael Boasman |
|24 November 2017||15 January 2018||52|| United St. Maarten Party |
|—||USP – NA – DP|
| Leona Marlin-Romeo |
|15 January 2018||25 June 2018||633|| United Democrats |
|—||Marlin-Romeo I||UD – Ind|
|25 June 2018||10 October 2019||2018||Marlin-Romeo II||UD – SMCP|
| Wycliffe Smith |
|10 October 2019||19 November 2019||40|| Sint Maarten Christian Party |
|—||SMCP – UD|
| Silveria Jacobs |
|19 November 2019||-||PRESENT|| National Alliance |
|2020||Jacobs||NA – UP (majority)|
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