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8 days discovering the US Virgin Islands on a superyacht

8 days discovering the US Virgin Islands on a superyacht

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Francis Bay, St. John
Day 5

Francis Bay, St. John

During the morning a leisurely 30-mile sail brings you back north to St. John. This untouched, pristine island is the crown jewel of the US Vigin Islands. Most of the island is now a national park, which helps preserve its unquestionable beauty, but that designation does mean that there are restrictions on bigger boats and their access to the area.

Francis Bay is the least restricted, making it the perfect base for your time on St. John. Although the bay itself is spectacular, you can also take a tender into the national park and enjoy some of the Caribbean’s most flawless coves, beaches and landscapes. Lameshur Bay is particularly stunning; the opportunity to relish this completely natural environment.

Picture courtesy of Blue Orange Studio/Shutterstock.com

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