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Discover Scuba Diving in St Thomas
"Have you ever wondered what it's like to breathe underwater? If you want to try scuba diving but aren't quite ready to take plunge into certification course Discover Scuba Diving is for you. We will start with a theory lesson and a pool lesson at Bluebeards Beach Club in the morning. We will spend enough time in the pool to make sure you will be comfortable on your ocean dive. At 1:45pm we will embark on the dive boat for the ocean dive. We do have one instructor for a maximum of four scuba diving participants. The participants need to be able to pass a medical questioner and be able to swim. This course is flexible and the best way to """This scuba diving lesson is a quick and easy introduction to what it takes to explore the underwater world. During your Discover Scuba Diving course you will learn how to use the equipment in the pool first
From $125.00
 
St John Snorkeling Cruise to Cruz Bay from St Thomas
"Your tour begins at Compass Point Marina on the southeastern end of St Thomas where you’ll meet your captain for your full-day cruise. Hop aboard the comfortable 32-foot (10-meter) power catamaran and head east across Pillsbury Sound to St John.Travel along the island’s north coast — most of which is part of Virgin Islands National Park — past several bays like Hawksnest Bay Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay. When you reach your first stop Waterlemon Cay put on the provided snorkeling equipment and jump into the clear turquoise water for a snorkel on the coral reef.Return to the boat and cruise back west to Maho Bay for another snorkel — this time with sea turtles — and then visit Whistling Cay f
From $225.00
 
Reef and Turtle Discovery Tour
"Your adventure starts with transportation from your St. Thomas hotel or cruise ship port and takes you with your guide kayaking over crystal clear waters to an amazing location where you will snorkel in two locations - once with sea turtles and once over familiarize you with your gear and assist you onto your kayak and out on the water guiding you to a picturesque white sand beach and use of a chaise lounge chair.  After a cold drink and a light snack your snorkel guide will provide snorkeling gear and give you a short introduction on how to use it (beginner snorkelers welcome). They will then lead you on an exciting adventure swimming with sea turtles. After swimming with the sea turtles it is time to relax and enjoy a delicious lunch at outdoor restaurant right on the beach.  The restaurant has a canopy shaded eating area and many options including vegetarian and gluten free. After your break your guide will lead you out to snorkel where you will you will see an abundance of tropical fish over a pristine reef full of colorful corals sponges and sea fans.As the tour comes to an end kayakers will be assisted by their guide back onto the kayaks. The ocean current will help you on the return trip to our base where transportation will be waiting to take you back to your cruise ship or hotel. The total time of this excursion is
From $139.00

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So Many Islands

Too little time to find all those Caribbean isles and, more importantly, the ones we visited! As per my usual MOA when traveling, I mapped out where I'd been after I returned from the cruise. I do...
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garridogal
Nov 06, 2012

Carribean Quickie Showers

We encountered a couple of these on our cruise. It would rain, no pour, for 5 - 15 mins, clear up, dry up, as if it had never rained.And it was refreshing!These photos are from the uber-quick shower...
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garridogal
Dec 12, 2011

The Four US Virgin Islands

There are basically 4 Virgin Islands. St thomas (the busiest), St John (most laid back), St Croix (the largest and at present, slowest) and Water Island (the smallest). St John and St Thomas are easy...
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visurferguy
Apr 01, 2005

Paradise Point Tramway

The Paradise Point Tramway, is a cable car and its ride has a great sightseeing. The trip takes you up to 700 Feet above sea level and you can enjoy panoramic views of cruise ships, the harbor with...
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arissat
Sep 22, 2003

Blackbeard's Castle

This tower is considered to be one of the oldest buildings in St. Thomas. It is located at the top of the 99 steps. I believe it has a great view of Charlotte Amalie, but they wanted charge us $20 per...
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arissat
Sep 20, 2003

Round trip to British Virgin Islands

Make sure you find time for a day going on a roundtrip in the magnificent British Virgin Islands. There are several tour operators on the east-side of the island, we started from Sapphire Beach, with...
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KingArthur_no
Oct 24, 2002
 
 
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Load Up on Liquor

There is a very generous allowance of items bought in the US Virgin Islands. Liquor allowances are also better here. And the prices can't be beaten. The stores are located in the old warehouses along...
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seagoingJLW
Oct 22, 2002

The shopping at the pier area...

The shopping at the pier area was great. There were many shops with lots of different products. There are many more on the way from the pier to downtown, ranging from outdoor type booths to fancy...
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smike
Oct 04, 2002

GO THE THE HARD ROCK CAFE,ALSO...

GO THE THE HARD ROCK CAFE,ALSO GO ON THE ATLANTIS SUMBMARINE,IT COSTS 70 DOLLARS BUT IT LASTED AND HOUR AND WAS WELL WORTH I THE BEST THING ABOUT OUR DAY THERE WAS OUR FERRY RIDE FROM TORTOLLA IN THE...
richard1365
Oct 04, 2002

Last Sunset - Sniff!

St. Thomas was our cruise's last stop. Here are some shots of that last sunset that I watched from the top balcony.I was a little fahklempt.
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garridogal
Dec 12, 2011

Government House

Located on Kongens Gade, Government House houses the offices of the governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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arissat
Sep 20, 2003

Fort Christian

Fort Christian is a National Historical Landmark and is open Mon-Fri, 9am to 4pm and closed on weekends.
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arissat
Sep 20, 2003

Havensight Shopping Mall

This mall is located where the Cruise Ships comes and there were only few stores open the day we went. A little pricey and not too many options for shopping.
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arissat
Sep 20, 2003

99 Steps

These steps were built in the mid 1700s, by the Danes and is located next to the Government House in Charlotte Amalie. The 99 steps are actually 103 steps.
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arissat
Sep 20, 2003

Top Hotels in Charlotte Amalie

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7338 Estate Bakkeroe, Charlotte Amalie, Caribbean
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Rte. 6 Smith Bay, Smith Bay Road, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, 00802, Caribbean
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8071 Lindberg Bay, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, 00802, Caribbean
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1002 Blackbeard's Hill, Charlotte Amalie, 00802-6732, Caribbean
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31 Kongens Gade, P.O. Box 6577, Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, 00804, Caribbean
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7101 Estate Bolongo, Charlotte Amalie, 00802, Caribbean
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Things to Do Near Charlotte Amalie

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Blonde Rock

Gwen and I went to Blonde Rock for a dive. We saw a huge lobster, and a school of medium size spade fish. There was a motor catamaran on one mooring called Club Aquarius from Puerto Rico with a lot of...
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