US Virgin Islands

7 Days

St Thomas-Caneel Bay-Maho Bay, St John

Pick up at your yacht at the marina in St. Thomas and head directly east to St John, an island in the USVI that is almost entirely a National Park and beautifully preserved. Stop for lunch and snorkelling at the famous Caneel Bay. When you've finished enjoying this beautiful bay, set off again for a short sail to Maho Bay. Enjoy paddle boarding, a walk on the beach or snorkelling with the sea turtles. Watch the sunset while enjoying cocktails and hors d’ouevres and enjoy an evening of good food, games, and togetherness.

Maho Bay - Waterlemon Cay

After breakfast, dinghy over to Mary’s Point or Whistling Cay for a guided snorkel tour, learning about the coral reef ecosystem. After lunch, enjoy a leisurely sail to Waterlemon Cay. If you want to go ashore, you can take the short hike to the Annaberg ruins for a fascinating historical tour. Or just check out the amazing snorkelling and world-class fly fishing in the salt flats. For the adventurous, this is a great place for a night dive around Waterlemon Cay!

Waterlemon Cay - Coral Bay

Start the day with a nice hike/snorkel at Waterlemon Cay (depending on what was accomplished the day before), or a quick motor sail up to Newfound Bay to try your hand at snaring a Caribbean lobster! After lunch, shoot over to Coral Bay to enjoy fresh cocktails, tasty tacos, and a fun, festive atmosphere at Lime Out, or sail to Salt Pond Bay. Enjoy a quiet afternoon on a gorgeous white sand beach surrounded by truly Caribbean views. Other options include snorkelling at Booby Rock, a dive excursion or hike Rams Head for an epic sunset view!

Coral Bay - Congo Cay - Carvel Rock - Mingo Cay

Enjoy an early morning hike up the Ram’s Head Trail. Return to the vessel for a relaxing mid-morning sail to the Congo Cay cut. Stop for lunch. Feeling adventurous? Dive the legendary Carvel Rock, making sure to look for old cannonballs and other relics. You may even get lucky and see some local blacktip reef sharks. Not a diver but still looking for an adrenaline rush? Ask your captain about some local cliff jumping options or try to surf the cut at Mingo Cay. Sunset sail to the World Famous Magens Bay, St Thomas (weather dependent) and enjoy a sunset swim, paddle or walk on the longest beach in St. Thomas!

Mingo Cay - Magens Bay

Breakfast followed by water sports! Magens Bay is the perfect spot for paddleboarding, wakeboarding, foiling, water skiing, and tubing. Not into the action? Hide out on one of the small, secluded strips of beach where you’ll have the place to yourself. After lunch, enjoy some time on the beach or perhaps visit the Magens Bay Beach Bar and Boutique for cocktails and shopping fun.

Magens Bay - Buck islands

Interested in exploring the largest island in the VI territory? Magens Bay is a bay in the Northside region on St. Thomas. Once arrived in STX, you’ll enjoy world-class diving on the North Shore, snorkelling with sea turtles at Buck Island, and fascinating historical relics and stories! If permissible, your crew can help rent a car and go explore the rainforest, beautiful beaches and enjoy the local culture. Fancy a round of golf? Check out the Buccaneer for a unique island golfing experience. Don’t forget to stop by the Norma’s Domino Club to enjoy local concoctions and feed the beer drinking pigs! History buff? Tour Fort Christian, Fort Frederick, Estate Whim or the famous Cruzan Rum factory.