Moorings US Virgin Islands

Complete List of Moorings US Virgin Islands (USVI) – Including the islands of St. Johns, St. Thomas, and St. Croix. 

AnchorageLocationComments
Cruz BaySt. John's, USVICruz Bay, a port of entry into the USVI, is a well-protected anchorage offering basic services from banking to dining. This settlement is the most populated on St. John's and is often crowded.
Caneel BaySt. John's, USVICaneel Bay is home to one of the oldest and most well known resorts in the Caribbean "The Caneel Bay Plantation". Visitors are welcome into the bay and ashore to browse the gift shop or enjoy the "Beach Terrace". Making reservations at the "Equator Restaurant" is highly recommended.
Trunk Bay, Johnson's ReefSt. John's, USVITrunk Bay, one of the most spectacular beaches in the Virgin Islands, is the site of a superb underwater snorkel-trail. Take caution around Johnston's Reef. Although it is well-marked, this reef continues to claim its toll on the inattentive captain.
Cinnamon, Maho, and Francis BaysSt. John's, USVIThese bays lie just northeast of Trunk Bay. Each of these bays have their own unique charms. Francis Bay offers a relatively deep anchorage.
Leinster BaySt. John's, USVIThere is excellent snorkeling on the southern side of Watermelon Cay. In the southwestern corner of the bay there is a trail that leads to the Annaberg Suger Mills. These ruins have been restored by the National Park Service
Coral and Round Nays, Hurricane HoleSt. John's, USVIThe Southeastern corner of St. John's is comprised of a series of bays, coves, and fingers of land containing these three main anchorages.
Great and Little Lameshur BaysSt. John's, USVIAnchoring is limited at Great and Little Lamesure Bays. However, the US Virgin Islands National Park Service maintains morrings at both bays. Great Lameshur is well-protected and excellent for over-nighting. Little Lameshure to the west is condisered an exceleent spot for day trips
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas HarborSt. Thomas, USVICharlotte Amalie, the capital city of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is named after a Danish Queen. This duty free, bustling commercial port, is a yachtsman and cruiseship center.
Benner Bay a.k.a "The Lagoon"St. Thomas, USVIBenner Bay, locally known as "The Lagoon", is probably the most protected anchorage for small craft on the island. There are full service marinas, restraunts, and a variety of marine service companies available here.
Christmas CoveSt. Thomas, USVIChristmas Cove, located adjacent the Current Cut Channel, is a favorite first and last night stop for many charter boats operating out of St Thomas.
Red Hook BaySt. Thomas, USVIThis bustling and ever growing harbor is a center for barboat charters, crewed charters, fishing charters, and a multiude of other marine-oriented buisnessses. There are numerous private moorings and a good deal of boat traffic with ferries departing for Crux Bay and St John's every hours.
Christiansted HarborSt. Coix, USVIThe island of St Coix lies 35 miles south of the other Virgin Islands and is the largest island in the group. Christiansted is the main settlement on the island and offers a full-service marina.