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The Island of St Thomas – Sailing Charters and Locations Fit for Every Taste

St Thomas sailing charters are known for their ability to provide comfortable, luxury conditions for sailing enthusiasts, as well as their organization skills in integrating the most fascinating places in St Thomas into their sailing agenda.

St Thomas Locations

Located in the US Virgin Islands, St Thomas provides a unique combination of a luxury, cosmopolitan environment and the natural diversity and beauty of the island, while also being a home to the most popular harbor in the Cribbean (Charlotte Amalie) and many reputable sailing charters.

St Thomas is a mountainous island, and here you can find some of the most stunning natural wonders, such as the beautiful Magens Bay and the numerous lookouts that provide you with the opportunity to view the Caribbean sea from an altitude of more than 1500 feet.

Also, there are 2 major marinas – located in Redhook and Crown Bay – as well as about 22 major hotels and all-inclusive resorts and hundreds of restaurants, shops and food places to choose from on St Thomas Island.

Also, many of the most reliable sailing charters will be able to help their potential clients choose some of the best accommodation and services offered on the island.

Luxury St Thomas Sailing Charters and Transport Services for Every Need

The sailing charters and various services you will find on the island are suitable for virtually anyone looking for flexible budget sailing trips or different transportation, accommodation and restaurant services that can provide for the needs of any visitors at relatively affordable prices.

Regular ferry services can be accessed through Redhook and Charlotte Amalie in order to reach islands such as Tortola or St John. Internal transport through the cities is ensured by regular taxis, as well as “safari cabs” (open-air, covered trucks with bench seats), and there are also a few cruise ship terminals in Charlotte Amalie, Havensight and Crown Bay.

The luxury are not the only reason why the island has become famous throughout the Caribbean, the infrastructure, the quality services and the hospitality of the locals having played a major part in securing its reputation.