close
Adult

Ages 13 and up.

From $219
Child

Ages 12 and under.

From $169

quick details

  • time8 hours
  • calendarSee Calendar

Cost: From $219 for adults, From $169 children 0-12 (plus $75 customs fees)
Check in: 30 Minutes prior to departure
Includes: Towels, fresh water showers, continental breakfast and all beverages
Excludes: Lunch

Sail away on our full-day trip aboard one of our luxury 55 foot catamarans for a day of sun and fun on the island of Jost Van Dyke.  Enjoy a refreshing afternoon soaking in the sun of White Bay -home of the world famous Soggy Dollar Bar.  After checking in, guests board for a truly extraordinary day. A light continental style breakfast is served as we sail to Great Harbor to clear into customs.  We dedicate our second stop to White Bay, just a few minutes away and home to the Soggy Dollar Bar and one of the finest beaches on the planet!  Guests 18+ can try a world famous “Painkiller” cocktail, all can play the “Ring Toss” game, relax in a hammock or swim in the turquoise waters. Enjoy “happy hour” aboard as we head back to St. Thomas with a full open bar, returning after clearing US customs.

 

Highlights:

• 55′ catamaran sail to Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands
• Continental style breakfast
• Afternoon sail to White Bay, home of the Soggy Dollar Bar
• Full open bar on return trip to Ritz-Carlton, stopping in St. John to clear US customs

 

Details:

Cost: From $219 for adults, From $169 children 0-12 (plus $75 customs fees)
Duration: 8 hours
Departure: The Ritz-Carlton Resort, St. Thomas
Check in: 30 Minutes prior to departure
Includes: Towels, fresh water showers, continental breakfast and all beverages
Excludes: Lunch

 

Important Notes:

A Valid passport is required for this trip.
• Please check in 30 minutes prior to departure time.
• Our boats are barefoot vessels, but shoes are required to clear customs.
• All tours are weather dependent and subject to meeting minimum participant requirements.
• Please note that this vessel is boarded from the beach and requires walking through knee deep water.