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UNITED STATES VIRGIN ISLANDS
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Welcome to the United States Virgin Islands
The adventure of the sea, the romance of the tropics, the sultry enticement of the Caribbean…that’s the lure of the U.S. Virgin Islands! You’ll never run out of fascinating things to do and see, whether it’s power shopping down Main Street on St. Thomas, exploring the historic buildings of Christiansted on St. Croix or simply lounging on the beach on St. John. Make the most of your stay and enjoy the island to the fullest!
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USVI Marine Guide Digital Edition
Marinas of the USVI and BVI Maps
Directory of Advertiser Services
Fishing Calendar of Events for 2014
Regatta Schedule of Events for 2014
Activities on Land: Sports, Shopping and Dining
Boating Lifetstyle Tips
Maintenance and repair are unavoidable aspects of boating life. The United States Virgin Islands and surrounding areas boast a large boating community, and with it, a full range of maintenance and supply services.
Walk into any island restaurant and chances are, freshly caught local fish is on the menu. Combining the ever-increasing demand for fresh fish such as wahoo, mahi, grouper and tuna with the excitement of sport fishing for big game such as marlin and billfish, fishing is a major industry in both the commercial and recreational sectors. Continue reading
with the help of local governments and community partners,works to help protect some of the most productive and pristine places in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. From monitoring sea turtle nesting beaches to restoring damaged coral reefs, we work to preserve these islands for the benefit of plants, animals and people. To view or download the Reef Responsible fishing calendar, click here.
Ya Gotta Regatta!
Although regattas are held throughout the Caribbean, the United States Virgin Islands and the British Virgin Islands offer some of the most prestigious.
The Boating Lifestyle
There are a lot of differences between a weekend cruise and an extended cruise. Before you make your decision, try it on for size. Take some longer charters to see what type of vessel you are most comfortable with. If you are not alone in this adventure, see how well you do living in close quarters for an extended time and how you cope with daily routines, limited energy and water supplies, etc.
A SideTrip to Puerto Rico!
As one of the larger islands in the Caribbean, one day is not enough to see all that Puerto Rico has to offer. However, a visit to one or two of its key attractions makes for a great side trip, and those sailing may want to consider a few extra days of exploration on this fascinating island.
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No passport is required for U.S. citizens traveling to the U.S.V.I., if another proof of citizenship, such as driver’s license or birth certificate with picture ID, is available. Non-U.S. visitors need a valid passport and appropriate visa. No immunizations are necessary.
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