Holiday in St John
Sailing from St. John, Survivan is a 46 ft. Jeanneau Sloop with all the
Snorkeling in St. John's crystal clear water is a breeze with our open stern, swim ladder, and fresh water rinse.
Local Waters Day-sail - (9:30-3:30) Our Local waters day-sail trip is all inclusive with two snorkel stops around St. John and some of the beautiful surrounding U.S. islands. We eat a gourmet, deli/style lunch after our 1st snorkel stop that is served out in our spacious cockpit area.
Not all St John day-sail boats provide a snorkel guide. We are very knowledgeable of the surrounding area snorkel sites, their flora, and fauna and can be your guide while you're in the water.
For our Sunset sail and half day trip we have a minimum of 4 people. If you are in a group of 2 we usually can find 2 more to make the trip happen.
Bring your I-pod, make a playlist, we can plug it in.
In the past a birth certificate and photo ID were enough to travel to the Jost Van Dyke in the B.V.I. Well, the rules have changed and now a passport is needed to travel to the B.V.I.
Enter a world of unsurpassed pristine beauty.
Experience Cruz Bay, the capital of St. John, where a national park covers over half of the island. At Trunk Bay, you'll have the opportunity to swim and snorkel at the world famous underwater trail. Book now to have a wonderful day out in the natural surrounds of St. John.
An early morning departure from your hotel takes you on a scenic drive to the East End where you'll embark on a short ferry ride to Cruz Bay, the capital of St. John.
On this island, covered in a national park, you'll enter a world of unsurpassed pristine beauty. Your tour of the park by safari bus includes the historic Danish sugar plantation at Annaberg and a drive to the East End and Coral Bay for lunch.
In the afternoon, you'll go to Trunk Bay for swimming and snorkeling at the world famous underwater trail. You are provided with snorkeling equipment and instruction. There are facilities for changing and showering on the beach.
Your day ends with a brief stop for souvenir shopping before boarding your return ferry home.
Please Note: This tour is not recommended for passengers who would like to pre-arrange an island tour from a Cruise ship. US Customs and Immigration clearances tend to delay passengers disembarkation to coordinate with the early pick-up times.
St John(STJ) - This is the smallest of the US Virgin Islands and by far the least developed.
Although most of STJ has been designated a national preserve, there are still over 40 public beaches for visitors to enjoy and, not surprising, there are a number of eco-dives available on the island.
St John has one main town, Cruz Bay.