Best Things To Do on a U.S. Virgin Islands Sailing Charter
To us, the happiest place on earth is onboard a sailboat, but even the most content sailors can admit that a good beach, restaurant, or hike is worth the trip to land. And when you’re traveling around the US Virgin Islands (USVI) on a sailing charter, there’s a whole lot to enjoy. Just in case you need a few ideas, here are our:
Favorite things to do on a USVI Sailing Charter
There are tons of wonderful beaches in the USVI. Put your toes in the sand at Honeymoon Beach, Waterlemon Cay, and Oppenheimer Beaches.
Put on those walking shoes and check out Magens Bay Beach Trail, Santa Maria Beach Path, and any of the trails in Virgin Islands National Park.
Prepare to feast on Caribbean and seafood delights at Duggan’s Reef (St. Croix), Morgan’s Mango (St. John), and Sunset Grille at Secret Harbour (St. Thomas). And you can’t visit the USVI without a stop at the floating Lime Out (St. John).
Explore the underwater world at Coki Point Beach, Waterlemon Cay, Christmas Cove, Maho Bay Beach, and Cane Bay.
Check out some historical sites of Fort Segarra (an underground fort near Druif Bay), Fort Christian (and its Danish fort houses), The Annaberg Sugar Plantation, the Columbus Landing Site, and the Scale House weight station.
CONNECT WITH NATURE
Check out the animals at Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge or Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge and view the plants at foliage at St. George Village Botanical Garden or Phantasea Tropical Botanical Garden.
Check out more information about sailing the US Virgin Islands, including a sample itinerary.