St. Croix has a strong boating community with all types of boaters. Like to sail? Check out the Yacht Club where regattas are held. Easy access to Buck Island National Park? There is a marina only 3 miles away that can hold vessels up to 90 feet. In addition to the marinas, there are also approximately 50 moorings that are FREE! There is a 3 hour limit, daytime use only, and no vessels over 60 feet are allowed. These moorings were set up to protect the precious coral reef that surrounds St. Croix. Take your pick where you would like to keep your boat, but make sure you get out and safely enjoy the water!
Providing Fuel Since 1982! Located on the Island of St. Croix in the US Virgin Islands, Bunkers of the St. Croix Inc. is a locally owned and operated business. We fuel all types of ships, generators, Industrial, and gas stations. Our family has owned Bunkers since 1982. We started our company with one 3000 gallon truck. We have slowly grown over the years. We employ 12 people. Contact Bunkers for your fueling needs and reliable service.
Green Cay Marina is Truly a Home Away from Home! A safe, tranquil harbor located just three miles East of Christiansted, Green Cay Marina can accommodate vessels up to 100 ft in length, with 8 ft draft alongside. Offering diesel, gas, potable water, showers and bathrooms, a Laundromat, 110/220v shore power, two restaurants and a beautiful beach with some of the best snorkeling on the island. Green Cay Marina has been recognized as a Blue Flag Marina for it’s exceptional environmental management, education, safety & services and water quality. Green Cay Marina is truly a home away from home for » Read more about: Green Cay Marina »
Enjoy the beautiful boaters paradise of St. Croix! There are no required cruising permits in USVI waters, but you will need to know about mooring and anchoring around St. Croix. Free public moorings are available for vessels under 60 feet in length for day use only, and do not require a permit. The moorings on St. Croix can be white, yellow or orange. Please note that public moorings are not intended for overnight use, and the National Park Service does charge a fee for night use. All other moorings require a permit from the Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR). A mooring permit is obtained by » Read more about: Moorings & Anchoring Sites on St. Croix »