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St. Croix offers lots of fun activities that take advantage of our wide open spaces and stunning views. With the COVID-19 pandemic at the forefront of everyone’s mind, you’ll be glad to know the island hosts a diverse range of activities that happen to lend themselves naturally to social distancing. Enjoy the natural beauty of St.…

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If you have ever dreamed of chartering a yacht and sailing the Caribbean, we have great news for you! Swan Charters, LLC is now offering three to seven day charters around the US Virgin Islands. Based in Green Cay Marina on St. Croix, this new charter company offers a relaxing and fun-filled sailing adventure with no…

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Nep2une Scuba Diving has opened it’s doors in the old N2 The Blue dive shop space just steps from the Frederiksted Pier. With a new and expanded dive shop, but the same great staff, Nep2une specializes in small groups and personal service diving. Enjoy the excellent concierge diving you know and love to over 30 different dive sites!…

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Cane Bay is one of the highlights of St. Croix. Its beautiful stretch of beach is popular for limin’, and its turquoise waters and close proximity to the Puerto Rico Trench make it a perfect spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. The Wall is a world famous dive site that is easily accessible from the…

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Home of the annual St. Croix International Regatta!  Founded in 1952, the St. Croix Yacht Club is a private club located on Teague Bay. Formed with the express purpose of promoting interest in the sport of sailing, for more than 60 years the Club has offered a Summer Sailing Program that is open to all…

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Roseway Sunset Sails

The historic schooner Roseway offers sunset sails in the winter and spring from St. Croix, USVI. These sails are both an opportunity for World Ocean School to open Roseway to the public, sharing her unique role as an active National Historic Landmark, and they serve as a source of revenue for the World Ocean School’s ongoing educational programs. Sunset…

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Salt River Canyon West Wall (Grouper Grotto)

St. Croix is leading the charge to protect and restore our Caribbean coral reefs, but climate change is threatening to wipe out coral reefs on a global scale. Never before has coral bleaching been more vividly shown and clearly explained than in the Sundance award-winning documentary Chasing Coral. From this film has sprung a movement to…

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Inshore Fishing on the South Shore

Fish Tales offers guided shoreline fishing adventures for tarpon, snook, bonefish and jacks! We are a great, affordable way to experience the abundant fish life along St. Croix’s shorelines. Your guide, Jeff Tareila, is an avid fisherman, ecologist, and entertainer who will make your fishing trip one to remember. No boats, all fishing on these…

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Salt River Canyon West Wall (Grouper Grotto)

In the Caribbean Sea, just outside of St. Croix’s Salt River Bay, can be found a breathtaking underwater geographical feature known as the Salt River Canyon. This underwater canyon is formed by the remains of an ancient river and waterfall that formed a deep “V” in the wall of the Puerto Rico Trench that runs…

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Inshore Fishing on the South Shore

While most people have heard of offshore or deep sea fishing, the concept of inshore fishing may be unfamiliar. Both types of fishing can be found here on St. Croix, but inshore fishing is done in shallow waters near the shorelines. These inshore areas are mostly protected from large waves by the islands barrier reefs…

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Hoist the Sails on a Historic Ship

There are few sights as eye-catching as seeing the Roseway making her way across the turquoise waters of the Caribbean into the harbor. The Roseway is a beautifully restored 137′ schooner with massive russet colored sails that is registered as a U.S. National Historic Landmark in both Boston and St. Croix. This regal vessel is owned and operated by the World Ocean School, which operates in…

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