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The United States Virgin Islands Highlights

There is so much to discover and explore in the USVI!  The three main islands in the USVI (St. Croix, St. John, and St. Thomas) have numerous bays, and are surrounded by many smaller islands, some of which are uninhabited and perfect for people to discover by yacht.  These beautiful islands boast lush mountainsides, rimmed with idyllic beaches, tranquil turquoise waters, and awe-inspiring coral reefs teeming with sealife.  Onshore you will find great beach bars with an awesome Caribbean vibe, intriguing towns with great restaurants, shopping, attractions, and historical sights.  If you are a hiking enthusiast, you enjoy some astonishing hikes, including one to ancient petroglyphs.  This is a natural wonderland offers an incredible charter yacht vacation itinerary, and easy to fly to from most destinations.  Below are just a few of the stunning places you can visit during your charter to enjoy an array of activities for everyone!  Check out this 7-Night Sample Itinerary.

Trunk Bay Beach, St. John

Trunk Bay Beach Trunk Bay was donated to the National Park Service by Laurence S. Rockefeller about 50 years ago.  Not a bad gift!  This blissful spot soothes the soul with its translucent azure water and sugar-white sandy beach backed by lush green trees. Offshore are pristine coral reefs teeming with colorful marine life.

Virgin Islands National Park, St. John

Whether you're hoping to hike, swim, snorkel, sail, or laze about on the beach, you'll find access to it all at the Virgin Islands National Park.  Discover ancient petroglyphs once carved by Taino Indians, explore underwater and the vibrant marine life around a coral reef.  Your bound to see Sea turtles in the waters of the Virgin Islands National Park, St. John

Honeymoon Beach, St. John

Honeymoon Beach is pristine, exclusive, and fabulous.  It's one of seven beaches that make up the upscale Caneel Bay Resort.  With its powder white beach and aquamarine waters.  Zip around on watersports equipment, and enjoy an epic sunset as you dine on delicious cuisine.  

Cinnamon Bay, St. John

Located in the heart of the Virgin Islands National Park, Cinnamon Bay is the longest beach on St. John. It's also the most beautiful. Imagine digging your feet into the softest white sand before diving into warm, turquoise waves. That pretty much sums up paradise in our minds, and you'll find it all right here.

Coral Bay, St. John

Beautiful, serene Coral Bay graces the southeast side of St. John.   The large sheltered  bay offers a little of everything for everyone.  Whether you want to enjoy some of the islandy bars or want to tuck into a cove to enjoy the beach and snorkeling.   This is also the perfect spot to zip around on the wakeboard, or explore by paddleboard and kayak.

Cruz Bay, St. John

Cruz Bay is a vibrant town with unique shopping and artisan scene, as well as great restaurants and bars.   The streets are lined with eclectic jewelry, clothing, and art stores to find the perfect unique gift or souvenir, while you take in the islandy vibe.

Maho Beach Bay, St. John

Maho Bay beach is a favorite among travelers.  It boasts sheltered waters, great snorkeling, beautiful white sand and towering coconut palms.  The fantastic snorkeling offers sightings of an array of coral species, tropical fish, turtles and rays.   Venture ashore for the island beach bars and stores. 

Hawksnest Beach Bay, St. John

Hawksnest Beach is a hidden gem more than worthy of a visit. Graciously running into the turquoise haven that is Hawksnest Bay, this stunning sandy strand is a perfect place to unwind.

Watermelon Cay , St. John

Watermelon Cay is surrounded by coral reefs and is a snorkeller’s dream.  There is a wide array of tropical marine life, including hundreds of species of fish, turtles, rays and conch to discover.

Lavango Cay

Lavango Cay and its resort is only accessible yacht boat and offers a tranquil anchorage with gorgeous views.  Venture ashore to enjoy the resort's Beach Club with private cabanas, pool, bar, and restaurants, as well as the Lovango Village with eclectic boutiques.  

Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

Charlotte Amalie, also know simply as "town" offers an array of shopping, with duty-free shops, designer stores, and artisan shops.  The city also has a ton of historical sights to discover and explore, with roots going back hundreds of years and back to the days or pirates.   It even has the oldest standing Synagogue in North America which was built in 1796.

Magens Bay, St. Thomas

Voted one of the Caribbean's most beautiful beaches, with its drooping coconut palms, luxurious sand, and crystal-clear azure water, the majestic Magens Bay is certainly an incredible beach.  Be sure to sample one of the many cocktails at the beach bar.  This huge protected bay is also perfect for enjoying an arrange of water sports, such as wake board, knee board, paddle board, snorkel and more!

Christmas Cove, Great St James Island

With crystal clear protected waters Christmas Cove, named because Christopher Columbus anchored his boat here on Christmas Day to hide from a storm, is a popular snorkeling spot with a diversity of marine wildlife to observe.  Early morning or late afternoon are the perfect time to watch the green turtles feeding off the seagrass beds here; you might even see a spotted eagle ray!

Flamingo Bay Beach, Water Island

Enjoy the great beach and beach bar, as well as tranquil waters, of Flamingo Beach Bay on Water Island.   Settle in for a wonderful  evening, starting with an incredible sunset view.  This is a popular last night for many charters, as it's close to the airport.  As the sun sinks into the ocean, reminisce of the adventures had and memories you will cherish for a life time.  

Frederiksted, St. Croix

Frederiksted is an eye-pleasing coastal village on the west end of the island.  This historic town boasts pastel "gingerbread" architecture dating back to Victorian times.  

Fort Christiansvaern, St. Croix

Frederiksted is an eye-pleasing coastal village on the west end of the island.  This historic town boasts pastel "gingerbread" architecture dating back to Victorian times.  

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