Let’s dive into why you should consider embarking on your Charter from Red-Hook St Thomas. The island’s natural beauty mixes with a cosmopolitan atmosphere in St Thomas. The capital of the US Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie, is one of the most beautiful harbors in the world and the most visited port in the Caribbean.
Sophisticated dining, electrifying nightlife. It’s an established shopping hotspot for people worldwide, but some come for this reason alone. Therefore you have another reason to embark on your next charter from Red Hook, St. Thomas.
The easiest and most efficient way for most of our guests to come to the Virgin Islands is to fly into St Thomas. This is especially true for Americans. There are direct flights from many major cities.
And many yacht charters embark from Red Hook St Thomas and then cross into the British Virgin Islands. It’s a short sail to the BVI. For this reason, you can see why Red Hook is very popular, as not only USVI charters may embark from her port, but some BVI charters also.
Below you will see some recommended USVI-based yachts and those that may cross into the BVI yacht charters that embark from Red Hook. For more information regarding which charters have the ability to sail in the BVI, as well as any other questions, please inquire. One of our Caribbean Charter Brokers will be happy to assist you.
An excellent itinerary option is to spend your first night in a National Park anchorage on St John. You’ll find that St John Island is a short 20-minute sail from Red Hook, USVI.
Today, two-thirds of St. John is part of the Virgin Islands National Park and features splendid trails, secluded beaches, and dazzling white sand shores.
Cruz Bay provides fun activities in its colorfully lit stores and lively bars. Where locals and vacationers alike gather together to socialize at delicious restaurants serving savory dishes at all hours of the day.
The various natural attractions of St John drew wealthy families, such as the Rockefellers seeking privacy and solitude on the island.
Great St James is a private island located about 1/4 mile off the east end of St Thomas. The island covers an area of about 165 acres. Great St James Island isn’t open to the public, but you can enjoy its many natural beauties and exceptional snorkeling areas.
Like Great St James, Little St James is also a private island off the South East of Great St James. Also, similarly to Great St. James, you can enjoy excellent activities here. Such as snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, or just relaxing and enjoying the natural beauty.
With its culture and rich history, St Croix provides a backdrop for an experience unlike any other in the Caribbean. Five hundred years ago, when Christopher Columbus came to Salt River on St. Croix, sugarcane production became popular, shaping the lives of those who live there today.
54 Sugar Mills dotting the landscape still stand firm in all their grandeur alongside 18th-century homes lining elegant streets.
*Note; some selections regularly embark from Red Hook, and some have the ability with a delivery charge. Please inquire for more information.