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Setting sail from St Thomas
The busiest and most developed of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas is nevertheless blessed with typically Caribbean good looks. Ruled by the Danish for over 200 years, the island was purchased by the USA in 1917, and is now part of the US Virgin Islands, along with neighbouring St. Croix, St. John and Water Island. The main town, Charlotte Amalie, is situated on a perfect natural harbour, and in its colonial heyday its warehouses were filled with indigo, tobacco and cotton. Today it's still a thriving port town, complete with duty free shopping malls and a lively nightlife, but there are also plenty of quieter, wilder spots on the island where you can escape the crowds.
Frenchtown’s brightly painted frame houses on the west side of the harbour, for a long lunch overlooking the water.
U.S. Virgin Islands: St John
Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba: Saba
The Dutch Caribbean island of Saba is just five miles square, a place where pretty little villages cling to the steep sides of a dormant volcano swathed in thick rainforest. This wild and unspoilt landscape is the main attraction, along with the excellent snorkelling and diving just off the coast.
Saint Barthélemy: Gustavia
The tiny French Caribbean island of St Barths is renowned as a haunt of the rich and the famous, and you can certainly live well here if you’ve got the means; the petite capital, Gustavia, boasts an array of gourmet restaurants and chic boutiques aimed squarely at the A-list. The beautiful beaches, on the other hand, are free and open to all.
British Virgin Islands: Virgin Gorda
Languid, laid-back Virgin Gorda is blessed with beautiful beaches and wonderfully friendly people. Life proceeds at a slower pace here, and highlights include The Baths, an unusual collection of granite boulders, grottoes and pools on the island’s southwest shore.
British Virgin Islands: Tortola
Tortola is the largest and most populous of the British Virgin Islands, and the bustling port at Road Town is a magnet for sailors from around the world. The island is blessed with some gorgeous beaches and secluded coves, and it’s a great place for a spot of snorkelling.
British Virgin Islands: Jost Van Dyke
The idyllic island of Jost Van Dyke, named after an early Dutch settler, is known for its laid back vibe and friendly beach bars, including the famous Foxy’s, which counts Keith Richards amongst its past customers. It’s a place to kick back and relax, and the clear blue waters are also perfect for snorkelling.
Arriving in St Thomas
Take the ferry from Charlotte Amalie to the peace and quiet of Water Island.
Your home from home
Just 59 fortunate couples enjoy a completely relaxed al fresco holiday experience and a quirky individual style of service that is way beyond the norm.
What we love
This has to be one of our favourite travel experiences. We love the al fresco experience, dining outside for all meals if you wish, and even spending the night sleeping under the stars on the Balinese dream beds. The totally laid back style means SeaDream is the ultimate chill.
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Where to stay on St Thomas
If you’re staying a while, we’d go for the Secret Harbour Beach Resort on the east coast – too far for an overnight stay though.
Explore St Thomas
There are some great kayak and snorkelling tours which will take you away from the crowds.