Charter Boats on
St John VI
Looking for Charter Boats in the Virgin Islands? How about a day sail in the Caribbean? Would you like a guided snorkel tour? St John in the US Virgin Islands has some of the most beautiful waters and beaches in the world. We offer sailboats and powerboats to help make your St John experience one you will never forget.
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Sail Kiote offers Half Day Sails, Full Day Sails, Sunset and Full Moon Sails, along with Kiote’s Best Deal Sail to complete your St John Vacation. Captain Jimmy sails his 36.5 Pearson Ketch most of the year out of Coral Bay, St John.
Offering daysails and multiple day term charters.
November through April get ready to set sail into an odyssey of seafaring delights with Captain Darin Keech at the helm of Poet’s Lounge. Offering daysails in the USVI for up to 6 passengers. Captain Darin says create your own charter. Choose multiple day term charters or head out in the morning or time your charter to end with a sunset cruise.
Fly Away Charters
Come take a ride on Flyaway Charters and discover the Virgin Islands. Our boats are fast, smooth, dry and comfortable.
Island Root Charters
Affordable pricing for couples, small groups, families, and parties up to twelve! Island Roots Charters utilize a fleet of Power Catamarans ranging from 20’ to 33’. All our boats operate out of St. John, USVI. The twin hull design and Yamaha engines provide superior handling, stability and full efficiency to get you to the best sights, beach bars and snorkel destinations around.
Don’t miss Chartering Boats on St. John, US Virgin Islands.
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Enjoy being out on the Caribbean blue water in the beautiful US Virgin Islands. St. John USVI has great snorkeling and you can go it alone or have a guided tour. Fish and bring home dinner! Sail and have a restful day at sea. Experience Paddleboard Yoga.
Water sports abound and one can charter boats from powerboats to sailboats and enjoy snorkeling and experience the islands from a different perspective. Cruz Bay, the town where the ferry docks, is on the west end of the island facing Red Hook in St. Thomas. Cruz Bay is the way to get to most of the National Park beaches and to Coral Bay, the quieter side of the island.