Discover Amazing Places in the USVIs

A US Virgin Island Yacht Charter offers year-round balmy seas and winds, as well as the ability to experience the very best sights and sounds of the three beautiful main islands and the more than 50 smaller Caribbean cays and islets surrounding them. These turquoise waters are just waiting to be explored!

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Charlotte Amalie

Charlotte Amalie

Teeming with hundreds of stores offering everything from high-end clothing and jewelry to sweet treats and local gifts, Charlotte Amalie is a duty-free shopping mecca. When the sun sets in this largest city in the USVI, hit up Frenchtown for an array of international and gourmet cuisine, or dance to the beat of live island music at the laid back bars located all throughout the city. A former haven for pirates, Charlotte Amalie is a happening place with something fun for everyone in your group.

Christmas Cove

Christmas Cove

Just off the eastern coast sits Christmas Cove, a sheltered oasis on Great St. James Island. Sea turtles and other magnificent marine animals live abundantly in the surrounding waters. That, combined with the ocean clarity make for the most spectacular snorkeling experiences.

Coral Bay

Coral Bay

This popular beachside town offers plenty of charm to out of town visitors, but it is also a haven for many former U.S. residents. Coral Bay is an eclectic community that thrives on the true island living experience. Known by locals as the more quaint and quiet version of Cruz Bay, this is the perfect place if you want something fun to do inland, but don’t require the features of a big city. Not to mention, Coral Bay was ranked #4 by The New York Times on their list of best places to go.

Druif Bay

Druif Bay

Nestled between iconic palm trees and crystalline waters, and lined with quaint palm frond huts, this beach on Water Island just south of St. Thomas is arguably one the most peaceful places in the USVI. For a dose of local history, take the short trip south and visit Fort Segarra, a tunnel-filled underground fort built by the U.S. during World War II.

Magens Bay

Magens Bay

Magens Bay is a scenic haven of calm waters and a secluded shoreline, perfect for getting in the swing of island time. Kayak around the bay, relax on the remote beachfront or enjoy a famous banana daiquiri in the place where it originated. Magens Bay is the most popular beach in St. Thomas and one of the top 10 beaches in the world as named by National Geographic. Featuring almost one mile of soft white sand for locals and visitors to enjoy year-round, Magen’s Bay is also home to some magnificent mountain views. This public beach offers calm waters perfect for swimming, as well as on-duty lifeguards, concessions, and paddleboard rentals. The waters are clear, but the sandy ocean bottom is not ideal for snorkeling. For a rejuvenating retreat, escape to the Discovery Nature Trail to explore the coconut grove, mangrove, and arboretum.

Leinster Bay

Leinster Bay

Snorkeling in the USVI is fairly exceptional overall, but rocky windswept Leinster Bay is the #1 snorkeling spot in St. John. TripAdvisor even named this area, in conjunction with Waterlemon Cay, the #1 St. John attraction for travelers because there’s a little something for everybody. You may even have the chance to swim alongside a pair of dolphins during your visit to Leinster Bay.

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