The cruise port of St Thomas

St. Thomas is a major contender in leading cruise ports around the globe and that doesn’t really come as a surprise as the island caters for the vast majority of it’s visitors. The island really is the picture perfect place to grab your clubs and have a game of golf or maybe purchase some fine china or unique jewellery at the duty free mall. If not, then possibly kicking back and relaxing on one of the many stunning beaches or skimming along shimmering waters on a jet ski may well be more appealing.

Boasting an awe-inspiring backdrop of land and sea, the Mahogany Run is a sensational place for any golf player offering 18 holes featuring Bermuda Grass Fairways and Seashore Paspalum. St Thomas’s capital, Charlotte Amalie is well known around the world for its duty free shops lining streets and alleyways and it’s an ideal location to take advantage of what is on offer.

Red Hook might also be a spot to visit consisting of a thriving nightlife and numerous amusements or if that’s too much then maybe a freshly made cocktail on the most popular beach St. Thomas has to offer, Magen’s Bay Beach. This bay, located between Mahogany Run and Peterborg, is cloaked in lush tropical foliage and sparkling clear waters.

If you’re a lover of the water then a snorkelling excursion at Sapphire Beach definitely is a must, where you can spend time frolicking in the perfect water and experiencing the glorious coral.

With so much to offer St. Thomas cruises are the ideal choice for individuals or family who may want to explore the island on boat trip learning about the fascinating heritage and couples who have fallen in love with Frenchtown, spending their evenings enjoying a romantic meal.

An added bonus is St. John, a relatively unknown and untouched treasure island, is within the vicinity reachable by ferry and offers breathtaking natural scenery and sleepy lagoons.