St.thomas boat charters highlights include snorkeling with turtles at Buck Island or the Indians at Norman Island; exploring the world-famous Baths in Virgin Gorda; relaxing at the incredible, secluded beaches, bar hopping with friends (or setting up shop at the infamous Soggy Dollar bar on Jost Van Dyke); or visiting countless other amazing destinations. We can mix and match a private boat rental to find the right itinerary for you, and ensure your day is one you’ll never forget. So, what are you looking for? All this can be done from st.john boat rentals as well.
A remote naturally made spit of sand with a unique topography. It measures less than half an acre in size, and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage. the southwest corner when a swell is not present snorkeling is amazing. One of the corona beer commercials was filmed here and many professional photo shoots.
Located in White bay, Jost Van Dyke British Virgin Islands. The creators of the famous Pain Killer rum drink. Only way to enter this bar is by SWIMMING OR WADING IN TO SHORE! Yes, this is correct. You take in your wet dollars and it’s a perfect calm beach with no rocks or reef just powder white sand and crystal clear turquoise warm water. There are lounge chairs and tables to have lunch or just relax, people watch or admire the beauty of the Caribbean waters with St. John, Tortola, and St. Thomas in the background view. Oh and I almost forgot hammocks on the beach to do what you do best.
Located in Great Harbor, Jost Van Dyke British Virgin Islands. Perfect spot to shop at its diversified gift shop, unique rum concoctions, food, and chit chat with “Foxy” himself. Foxy’s has been entertaining and serving drinks/food since 1966. This place is what the Caribbean is all about, slow paced, friendly, rum drinks, hammocks, and amazing scenery from any angle you stand or lay on. Great spot to be while your captain clears in BVI customs for you.
Located in Normal Island. One of top three snorkel spots in the British Virgin Islands, within the National Park, there are over 100 species of tropical fish, sea turtles, 13 different species of coral and at times pelagic species. These extraordinary rock formations give this site it’s unique character with two distinct topographies, one side offers a quick drop off to 35 ft. and on the other side a shallow reef.
Virgin Gorda British Virgin Islands. Should be the one of the wonders of the world due to its unique location and only three places in the world you can witness these boulders exposed on a salt water beach. It’s a labyrinth of house-sized granite boulders. An unusual geologic formation showing evidence of the islands volcanic origins. These boulders lie scattered closely together, and form grottos that are open to the ocean.
The one and only pirate floating bar and restaurant of its kind in the Caribbean. If you want to party or jump off a 30ft platform into crystal clear water this is the place for you. It all depends on the crowd it can be a great family restaurant and in snap of finger it can be dance/hip hop music, with body shots on the bar to random people jumping off nude.
This distinctive bay in Tortola is very protected for anchorage as a result, there are several restaurants, bars, lounge chairs and local shopping. Great place to sun tan, lay out and relax, at the same time have lunch right near the water and lots of choices for local fresh dishes.
The third largest of the USVI in size and three quarters of the island is National Park. On the north side of the island you have several picture perfect beaches with amazing snorkeling in crystal clear turquoise water. Cruz bay is the main town on St. John which is only a few blocks in size, with several restaurants, bars and gift shops of all kinds.
This remote island on the north side of St.Thomas has two inhabitants that are not human. They are two donkeys that live right near the beach and also several wild goats roaming around free. Hans Lolick is the perfect place to be dropped off for a few hours and just relax to do whatever you like on a powder sand beach with no one in site for miles. It’s the perfect place to have privacy, engagements, soak up the sun with a spectacular view of St. Thomas, St. John, Tortola, and Jost Van Dyke.
A few miles south of St.Thomas lies the island of Buck Island. This amazing island provides great snorkeling. There are two coves that are spectacular spots for snorkeling in crystal clear turquoise warm water. Turtle cove is a must snorkel spot if you want to snorkel with several turtles. This is the only place in the Virgin Islands where you can see turtles 365 days of the year.