St John Boat Rental - Start a BVI Boat Tour From St. John

Sep 9 16:45 2011 Grey Beard Print This Article

After you’ve seen the beautiful beaches of St. John, and gone shopping at Mongoose junction...now what?  Time to get a st. John boat rental and head out for a BVI boat tour.

St. John is an amazing Island.  With so much of it being designated National Park Land,Guest Posting you can’t swing a dead mongoose without hitting a beautiful beach or hiking trail.  After a few days though, you might begin to get a little restless.  What you need is to rent a boat and do a BVI boat tour. 
Don’t think just because you’re staying on St. John that you have to call a St. John based boat rental company.  The truth is, there are many of them, (like mine) that are based in Red Hook, on the east end of St. Thomas, that will pick you up and drop you off on St. John.  That way you have a lot more choices to select from when looking for a boat to rent.  Be sure to look around and find the best boats for your needs, whether it is based on St. John or St. Thomas.
Once you choose which boat or boat company to rent from, the next decision is to pick where you want to go?  Looking for great snorkeling?  The Caves over on Norman Island are very cool, of go you can go to Indians, and swim through the natural underwater tunnel.
Feeling a little parched?  A BVI beach bar crawl may be in order!  You can head up to White Bay and sip on a Pain killer form The Soggy Dollar while you kick back in a hammock on the white sand beach, and/or head over to Foxy’s and get some great Chicken Roti and some of “Foxy’s Firewater.”   Of course, no beach bar crawl would be complete without a stop over at the Willy T!  The Willy T is a pirates barge on Norman Island.  Keep in mind the Willy T is not for the faint of heart.  It’s usually Ok for kids during the day, but there may be an occasional topless girl jumping off the roof.  During a weekend night, you can almost guarantee it.
If you’ve already partaken of the fun at Jost Van Dyke, and Norman Island, you can always head up to Virgin Gorda and see the Baths - one of the “(fill in the number) Wonders Of The world.”
St. John is a beautiful Island, but it wouldn’t hurt to spice up the fun with a BVI Boat tour!  Just pick the right boat and captain for the job and head out for an excellent day on the water with your St. John boat rental.

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Grey Beard runs "Pirates Paradise Adventures," a powerboat charter company specializing in taking families and friends on fun and exciting day trips to the best beaches, beach bars and snorkeling sites of the USVI and BVI.www.PiratesParadiseAdventures.com.
Seeing the virgin islands by boat is the absolutely best way to see them, especially if you only have a short time! For more information, photos and videos about the U.S. Virgin Islands and British Virgin Islands, go to www.PiratesParadiseAdventures.com.

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