Caribbean Islands Adventure 2022 – Part 2: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

January 14, 2022

The seas were calm and the overnight sailing was smooth from Puerto Rico to the Virgin Islands. We started the day on our veranda watching the ship dock in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, USVI.

First view of St. Thomas
The Viking Sea docking in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

A scenic bus ride on the narrow, winding roads of St. Thomas to where the catamaran was docked, sailing through the turquoise waters along the coast of St. Thomas, a rainbow over St. Thomas (shown in the header above), sailing through Pillsbury Sound where the Atlantic Ocean meets the Caribbean on our way to St. John, a dinghy ride to Honeymoon Beach in the Virgin Islands National Park in St. John, swimming in the Caribbean, walking on a white sandy beach, and just chilling on the beach. It doesn’t get much better than that!

The Catamaran Stars and Stripes, St. Thomas, USVI
A dinghy ride to the beach
Turquoise water and white sand beach – heaven!
Rum punch and snacks awaited us back on the boat
Beautiful day for a sail

We returned to our ship in time for lunch and enjoyed a relaxing afternoon. Our beautiful day ended after another glorious sunset and another delicious dinner.

Sunset leaving St. Thomas

24 thoughts on “Caribbean Islands Adventure 2022 – Part 2: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

  1. Wow what a beautiful and warm place to explore and photograph. I would love to exchange the near constant drizzle and dreary winter weather for something more colourful and sunnier ☺️ thanks for sharing and have a good day ☺️ Aiva

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  2. I always think it’s funny when we are on a cruise. Spending days on the water, so then we choose excursions that put us in a small boat, again on the water. >grin< We had a deep-sea fishing excursion planned for one of our excursions last month. We'll have to save it for next time.

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