Jump In! St Thomas boat rentals
One of the best ways to experience St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, or any island for that matter, is by boat. Who could resist the sapphire shaded water, soft sand beaches and swaying palm trees? The next time youâ€™re in the islands, donâ€™t just stand on land and admire the water, rent a boat and get out there on it.
Whether you rent a power boat or book a captained charter aboard a sleek catamaran sailboat, a day of reeling in trophy fish, sailing around the islands or snorkeling in crystal clear water will be one of your best memories. Weâ€™ve come up with a few St. Thomas USVI boat rental suggestions to add to your island itinerary.
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Dusky Marine open fisherman
This 25-foot center console offers speed, stability and dependability in a heavy duty fishing boat. Youâ€™ll be reeling in sailfish, marlin, wahoo, tarpon and yellow fin tuna before you know it. Itâ€™s equally capable of taking on a day of diving, snorkeling, waterskiing or sightseeing. It holds up to six passengers and has lots of storage space as well as port and starboard side rod holders.
Ron Cooper Custom
While youâ€™re in St. Thomas USVI, why not experience the British Virgin Islands (BVI) while youâ€™re at it? This 55-foot power boat includes a captain and crew who are sure to keep everybody entertained with tales of pirates and island life. A continental breakfast is served once the boat is underway to the BVIs. Youâ€™ll visit the pools and grottoes of The Baths in Virgin Gorda, and snorkel among coral reefs filled with turtles and colorful fish at Diamond Reef. Lunch takes place at a popular island eatery. Prices for this type of St Thomas boat rentalÂ are usually per person.
St. John Shipbuilding Island Sloop
This captained 23-foot catamaran sailboat offers boating excursions in Coral Bay where you can snorkel, swim, see the sights or watch the sunset. Several types of trips are available including a full day sail and sunset cocktail cruises. Depending upon the type of cruise you choose, there may be lunch, light snacks, soft drinks and bottled water. Rum drinks are a given. This is an island, after all.