Welcome to St Thomas, USVI
Let us show you around while making your boat day your best day!
We pride ourselves on family friendly vacations, and would love to help you create memories to last a lifetime!
The wind, waves and weather always have a say in where we go and what we do. Here is a list of some of our favorite spots to visit.
Best of Saint Thomas from the water (Buck Island/ Waterfront Tour, Water Island)
Buck Island National Wild Life Refuge
A fantastic snorkel spot frequented by our beloved sea turtles. The freighter Cartanza Senora rests 45 feet below providing home to a wide variety of reef fish including sergeant majors, reef squid, parrot fish and stingrays.
Water Island / Downtown Tour
The small island you may have seen when arriving is the fourth US Virgin Island, Water Island. On the way there we take a detour through Long Bay, traveling past the cruise ship docks along the water front of Charlotte Amalie, offering a beautiful view of downtown. One of our best beaches, Honeymoon, is on Water Island. This well protected cove offers the perfect opportunity to try some paddle boarding or kayaking. Enjoy lunch at Dingy’s Beach Bar with their popular Paddlewacker drink or Heidi’s Hideaway Beach bar offering an ecofriendly experience and great burgers.
St John North Shore
Not to be confused with the beach of the same name on Water Island but just as pretty. With its sister beach, Salomon, these shallow water bays offer great stops for snorkeling or a romantic stroll along the sandy shores.
You have seen it on calendars, best known for its Underwater Snorkeling Trail, marine life and vibrant coral. Trunk Bay regularly makes the shortlist of the world’s best beaches.
Turtles, lots and lots of turtles, not to mention one of the prettiest spots on St John. This sheltered bay offers a great opportunity for beginner snorkelers and trying out a stand up paddle board. There is also a fun little Tiki Bar on the far end of the beach. This one stop has it all.
A short hike takes you the Annaberg Sugar Plantation. See the ruins of an old sugar mill with a great self-guided tour provided by the National Park Service. Hiking the other way takes you to the Brady Plantation ruins, with an amazing view down island of the British Virgin Islands. Done hiking? This is also an awesome snorkel spot!
A huge beach to hang out on, lots of great snorkel spots, and several really cool hikes. Hike around the salt pond to Drunk Bay. The beach is covered with broken coral that has created a local tradition of using the pieces to spell out messages. Hiking the other way takes you on the Rams Head Trail. You will pass a beautiful blue cobblestone beach on your way to Rams Head, with stunning views and deep crevasses with the Caribbean Sea crashing far below.
Don’t want to take the 2-mile hike from the road to see the Petroglyphs? They are only a short hike from this very spread out beach. There are also ruins from a sugar mill to explore.
Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Two tiny remote islands off the southeast coast of Jost Van Dyke. Remember the old Corona Beer commercial of single palm tree on a sandy island? Well the tree didn’t survive the hurricanes but the islands sure did. Nothing there but sand and beaches, a great spot to take a break from it all and capture pictures that will last forever.
When you hear Kenny Chesney’s “Adios to Jost” this is what he is singing about. Two beautiful bays a short walk or taxi ride apart, both know for fantastic fun beachfront bars and restaurants. Foxy’s, Corsairs, Gertrudes, One Love and Soggy Dollar, just to name a few. You can find any kind of cuisine you desire, every drink concoction you can come up with and of course all the souvenir T shirts you will need to take home.
There are a wide variety of places you can go to fully experience the essence of the U.S. Virgin Islands. These are: