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One of the highlights of any trip to the US Virgin Islands is a day on the water to see the wide variety of surrounding islands and sights this area has to offer.  There are so many places to visit in the Virgin Island waters that our guests find the hardest decision is choosing what to cut out of their itinerary.  In addition to the many islands surrounding St John and St Thomas, the British Virgin Islands feature over 60 islands to choose from, many that are uninhabited. Sight seeing, cruising, snorkeling, fishing, island hopping for great food and drink or just relaxing on the best beaches in the Caribbean are the most frequent activities of our guests.

Our captains know these islands, activities and waters better than anyone and will gladly help you chart out a plan for your trip. The goal is to provide our guests with their ideal day on the water. There are many hidden gems that only a captain knows and can navigate…Take a captain; you will be glad you did!  Keep in mind that sea conditions may also help to dictate location choices. We check the weather regularly to give you the best forecast and tips for your day.


Norman Island/Jost Van Dyke – our most popular day trip; great snorkeling and great party destinations. Smugglers Cove/Jost Van Dyke – a relaxing day at a few of the finest beaches and bars.

an island in the middle of a body of water
a group of lawn chairs sitting on top of a sandy beach


Circle Tour of St John (North & South Beaches/snorkeling) – plenty of great beaches and snorkeling all around St John. Deserted Isle/Beach Day – there are several secluded spots throughout the USVI’s and the BVI’s. Arrange to have a Captain take you to a place where you can find some privacy for a romantic interlude.


Virgin Gorda/The Baths/Saba Rock – a natural wonder and a full service resort/marina in a unique setting. Northside of Tortola – some great low-key beaches and snorkeling to be found.

a turtle swimming under water
a group of people sitting at a table with a boat in the water


Jost Van Dyke – great place to hang out for the day; some snorkeling, mostly just to relax, eat and drink. Norman Island/Cooper Island/Peter Island – snorkel then relax at a secluded beach or an upscale resort.

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