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14 miles long & three miles across, St. Thomas has the largest population of the US Virgin Islands. Its deep water harbor makes it a popular cruise port. Of the 40 beaches, Megan's Bay is most famous, but all bustle with watersports and yachting activity. Mostly US in custom, driving still follows the British way, on the left hand side of the road. Charlotte Amalia is the capital, its scenic harbor nestled amongst hills.

14 miles long & three miles across, St. Thomas has the largest population of the US Virgin Islands. Its deep water harbor makes it a popular cruise port. Of the 40 beaches, Megan's Bay is most famous, but all bustle with watersports and yachting activity. Mostly US in custom, driving still follows the British way, on the left hand side of the road. Charlotte Amalia is the capital, its scenic harbor nestled amongst hills.

A beautiful natural harbor and hilly terrain crown the island of St. Thomas and a cable car ride yields stunning views. Cruise ship passengers that don't get much touring time love this option. Once at the top of Paradise Peak, you can get the best pictures of this 18th century port town that can accommodate 10,000 cruise passengers daily.

The island has an international airport, and many visitors also arrive by seaplane from other islands. A small plane or helicopter tour is a terrific way to get your bearings and also a feel of the gorgeous chain of islands. Bus tours & open air taxis tour the major attractions, and 4 wheel drive vehicle rentals are popular. Take a boat tour to a neighboring Virgin island or take the ferry (that also takes cars) to St. John.

You can easily find 5 star hotels and luxury cruise ships here. Many hotels lie on the beach, though other good ones cling dramatically to scenic hillsides. Some, like Bluebeard's Castle, date back to the 17th century, and most have invested in fabulous swimmingpools that actually take your mind off the beach! For camping, the island of St. John offers excellent facilities.

Once holding mainly rum and spices, the waterfront's restored 17th and 18th century warehouses are filled with shops offering merchandise of every kind. Shopping ranges from flea market type booths to upscale world class shops in weather controlled malls. One of the specialties of this duty free port is hand blown glass decorated in splendid island motifs.

SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 4 PM ST. JOHN FESTIVAL – Pan-O-Rama Franklin A. Powell, Sr. Park, Cruz Bay, St. John For information, call (340) 514-2341 

SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 12-5 PM 9th Annual King of the Wing Contest Magens Bay Beach, St. Thomas Come chow down at one of the tastiest and most anticipated culinary  competitions in the U.S. Virgin Islands! All proceeds benefit Junior Achievement of the VI.  For more info call (340) 714-2020 or fax (340) 715-2010, teams assemble weeks in advance to perfect their topsecret chicken wing recipes to be judged on taste, appearance and originality, with the winning team receiving the coveted “King of the Wing” title! Proceeds from the event will benefit the Junior Achievement of the  Virgin Islands.  This nonprofit teaches financial literacy and workforce development.  For info, call 340-714-2020, email ;kingofthewingvi@gmail.com

THURSDAY, JUNE 14 TOTE Team Race St. Thomas Yacht Club, St. Thomas Junior sailors in over a dozen teams will take to the water in this exciting one-day team race. Up for grabs are trophies and bragging rights!  For information, call (340) 513-2234, email internationaloptiregatta@gmail.com, or visit the St. Thomas Yacht Club website at www.styc.club

FRIDAY, SATURDAY, & SUNDAY JUNE 15, 16 & 17 International Optimist Regatta St. Thomas Yacht Club, St. Thomas Sailors ranging from 8 to 15 years old from the surrounding Caribbean and U.S. mainland compete in 8-foot Optimist  dinghies for fun and prizes in a trio of events. Trophies will be awarded to the top five finishers in each class, and the top three overall as well as the top-finishing female skipper.  For information, call (340) 513-2234, email internationaloptiregatta@gmail.com, or visit the St. Thomas Yacht Club website at www.styc.club

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St. Thomas Beach Guide

St. Thomas has over 40 major beaches along its sun-drenched coasts. There are strands with crystal blue water and swaying coconut trees where a beach bum can enjoy a lazy-lazy day. For more active beach goers there are sandy coves with activities like windsurfing and kayaking.

Some shores are rugged and rocky offering beauty, solitude and the opportunity to daydream about castaway fantasies. And there are widely popular bay-like beaches with amenities such as restaurants, rest rooms, chair rentals and complete water sports centers offering a variety of rental equipment .

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St. Thomas Weddings / Romance

DID YOU KNOW THAT... Many couples are opting to save the money (not to mention the stress and hard work) of a big wedding at home by escaping to a Caribbean island for a combination wedding/honeymoon. Upon their return, they can share the event by showing the video and photographs at an informal reception.

All the islands are beautiful and, on some, weddings have become a major promotional tool. So why should you choose St. Thomas above others?

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Moving To St. Thomas

St. Thomas, one of the three United States Virign Islands, along with St. Croix and St. John, St. Thomas is one of the most beautiful island destinations in the world, dressed with powdery beaches and sun-drenched weather. St. Thomas is located in the Lesser Antilles, 1,600 miles south, south east of New York City; 1,100 east, southeast of Miami; 70 miles of San Juan. St. Thomas and its nearby neighbor St. John, lay between the Atlantic and the Caribbean.

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St. Thomas Cruise Ship Arrival

Our Port

St. Thomas has two cruise ports - - The West India Company Dock (almost universally referred to as Havensight) and Crown Bay. Both are located on the south side of the island not far from Charlotte Amalie.

Generally, the ships of Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, and Royal Caribbean (except Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas) dock at Havensight. Cunard, Princess, Holland America and Oasis and Allure typically dock at Crown Bay. This can change depending on the number of ships in port. Deeper draft ships such as Queen Mary 2, Oasis and Allure are required to dock at Crown Bay.

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Planning A Trip

Planning a trip to the St. Thomas is exciting, fun and so easy…..

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St. Thomas Food

Guided Food Tasting & Cultural Walking Tour On St. Thomas
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Events & Festivals

So many wonderful events and things to do in St. Thomas

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Water Sports

Come join us in our exploration of the unique underwater world.

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