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Source Guide to St. John Accommodations – 2009

With close to 80 percent of its rolling hills and valleys protected by the National Park Service, St. John is the least conjested of all the Virgins. Here is a brief guide to where you can stay when visiting this wild Caribbean jewel.

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Ferry Schedules

 

Travel within the U.S. Virgin Islands

Between St. Thomas and St. John
Car Ferry between St. Thomas and St. John
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Ferry Schedules

 Travel within the U.S. Virgin Islands

Between St. Thomas and St. John
Car Ferry between St. Thomas and St. John
Between St. Thomas and St. Croix
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Source Guide to St. Thomas Accommodations

Historically the commercial hub of the Caribbean, St. Thomas is by far the busiest of the Virgins to this day. Whether you're looking for a quaint inn to put you within walking distance of the fabulous shopping in Charlotte Amalie, or you want to recline in the lap of luxury leavin

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Coral World Rates

Effective Dec. 15, 2008, Coral World has new rates for entrance and attractions. The marine park on St. Thomas’s East End is a must visit for everyone coming to or living on St. Thomas!

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Hull Bay

Hull Bay is a place steeped in the life of the island, part of a lost breed of beach where you can go and blend in to a local scene that is simple, peaceful and friendly.

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Bolongo Bay

Bolongo Bay is a glorious little cove where you'll have your pick of beach activities and  easily keep the little ones entertained all day long.

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Brewers Bay

John Brewers Bay, known to locals as just Brewers, is a broad, powder-sand beach somewhat protected from a distance by a stretch of airport runway that juts a half-mile out to sea.

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Lindberg Bay

Lindberg Bay's greatest virtue is probably that it is almost always crowd-free, especially during the week, though the horseshoe stretch of beach does host two smallish hotels.

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