U.S. Virgin Island Yacht Charter

If you are searching for a Paradise of exciting cuisine, Creole culture, and sparkling sea adventures, the U.S. Virgin Islands are the perfect yacht charter destination for you! Each of the islands—St. Croix, St. Thomas, and St. John—offer unique landscapes, fascinating historical treasures, shopping and dining fun that will provide memories to last a lifetime. Island-hop onboard your luxury yacht charter, and explore the world-renowned bays and white-sand beaches at your own pace.

St. Croix

The largest U.S. Virgin Island is St. Croix, at 28 miles long and seven miles wide. Its serene beaches and Danish architecture make the island a perfect romantic getaway and a favorite for amateur photographers. The year-round tropical temperatures on St. Croix make it a four-season destination for anyone who enjoys swimming in warm, azure waters, snorkelingwitha multitude of colorful fish or diving amidst the mangrovesfor sunken treasure at Salt River Bay National Park and Ecological Preserve.
A favorite duty-free shopping area includes Christiansted, on the east end of the island.Visit theart galleries, then dine in one of Christiansted’s eclectic restaurants,and walk along the harbor. The charming boardwalk affords breathtaking views of the sea and plenty of places to enjoy a drink and socialize with locals and tourists alike.

If you are exploring the western end of the island, Frederikstedis home to a variety of bars and restaurants with meus to delight any palette or pocketbook.Be sure to visit Buck Island Reef National Monument—an 800-acre nature reserve with the best snorkeling in the area, and see the giant sea turtles—an endangered species whose breeding grounds are protected and a favorite tourist attraction—on the southwest corner of the island.

If you are exploring the western end of the island, Frederikstedis home to a variety of bars and restaurants with meus to delight any palette or pocketbook.Be sure to visit Buck Island Reef National Monument—an 800-acre nature reserve with the best snorkeling in the area, and see the giant sea turtles—an endangered species whose breeding grounds are protected and a favorite tourist attraction—on the southwest corner of the island.

St. John

The smallest U.S. Virgin Island, St. John is considered the most tranquil and beautiful of the three islands. Home to Virgin Islands National Park, over 60 percent of its landscape is dominated by rare migratory birds, a mangrove forest, andcoralbeaches that play host to dolphin families, green turtles, and other wildlife.

Sunbathe in the powder-white sands of Trunk Bay, or snorkel and splash in the shallow, crystal-clear waters of Honeymoon Beach or Maho Bay—a favorite for families with small children. Visit the Annaberg Ruins at Leinster Bay, then swim to Watermelon Cay with your snorkeling gear to search for stingrays and starfish. If you love botanicals, walk through Pastory Gardens, where you can also play a round of mini-golf with your friends. When you’re ready for refueling, relax with a beer or enjoy a casual meal at St. John Brewers.Ahike through the cool forests of the Reef Bay Trailwill relax and amaze you, as you see the ancient petroglyph rock carvings and ruins of sugar estates up close.Geographically small, St. John will provide big adventures and memories to last a lifetime.

St. Thomas

There is always something to do on beautifulSt. Thomas, the social hub of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Swim and snorkel in the world-famous Magen’s Bay, or climb to the top of Crown Mountain to experience an awe-inspiring ocean and island view from 2100 feet above sea level. Enjoy lunch and a cool beverage at the Mountain Top, and wander through the trails of St. Peter’s Great House and Botanical Gardens to marvel at over 200 rare tropical plant species and brilliant orchidsbefore returning to the bottom of the mountain. The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul will welcome you to Sunday worship or mass and is an architecturally-stunning site to visit. Snorkel with sea turtles guided by a local naturalist. Take a guided kayak and snorkel lagoon tour through a low-hanging maze of mangroves.Be sure to bring the camera along when you visit the historic Blackbeard’s Castle! There are dozens of art galleries, eateries, live music venues, and bars where you can entertain your guests and mingle with the local crowd before heading back to your luxury yacht charter for a peaceful evening listening to the gently lapping wavesin a quiet marina.

Your Adventure Begins Here

Wherever you travel on your U.S. Virgin Islands yacht charter, you will find ultimate relaxation, friendly locals, and convenient amenities to ensure your vacation is stress-free and fun. U.S. currency is accepted throughout each of the three islands, and everyone speaks English, so you won’t need a translator. Our first-rate captain and crew will attend to your every need while you and your guests enjoy the warm sea spray and sunshine on deck.Your personal chef will custom-design a menu of culinary delights made from locally-curated, fresh ingredients indigenous to the islands. Your friendly, professional crew will serve you and your guests, taking care of every responsibility so you can justrelax and have a wonderful time! Book your Absolute Yachting, LLC U.S. Virgin Islands vacation today.

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