Great catch!! And the good news is you (the customer) get to keep the whole catch if you want. Great for locals too.Mahi & Wahoo bite was good yesterday! This group of anglers from St. John had a excellent time with Captain Eric Anaclerio! 🤙🦈🇻🇮☀️🌴😎 #ocean_surfari_charters #stjohn #stthomas #usvi #mahimahi #wahoo ... See MoreSee Less
The after effects of hurricanes Irma and Maria has devastated the St John day charter boat fleet. 😵😨😨😨😢The powerboats mostly survived this terrible storm, however there was lots of damage to the bigger and more expensive yachts. The sailboats however are in much worse shape with only 3 out of about 20 surviving the storm. The fishing boats are mostly in tact as are most of the other activities like scuba (down to one dive shop now), kayaking, parasailing, sup and others seem good. We are currently updating www.bestofusvi.com and by next week it will be current.. To all those great sailors that we've booked over the years and serviced our customers so well, we're sorry about your loss and we'ii miss you this season, however hope to see you back asap. ... See MoreSee Less
Come immerse yourself in the beauty of St. John. Let us help you plan your trip while you are here.To view this video in 4K select "Original" in the resolution menu. If you're having trouble with 4K playback, try using different browsers, like Internet Exp... ... See MoreSee Less
I guess this was how books about King Triton where inspired.
Fishing Australia TV You won't have seen this before! 😳35 kilometer per hour tides! 😳 Standing Waves 40 feet tall 😳Whirlpools 800 meters in diameter with holes 100 feet deep! This is the stuff of legend. That small spec on the water in the 3rd clip is a 40 foot boat struggling against the flow. This phenomenon only happens twice a year and has only been accidentally seen by a handful of people from the air. Small Ships that have accidentally got too close over the eons typically got smashed or sucked down! This is first ever footage filmed by our legend pilot camera man Kevin Pearce. We are so blessed to explore places like this with crew like Kevin. Follow and share this page so you don't miss a thing. ... See MoreSee Less
We love this video. Not taken here on St. John. We do get the blessing of dolphins every now and then.
NOAA Coast Survey And now for our moment of Zen... NOAA Ship Ferdinand R. Hassler was surveying for chart updates off the coast of North Carolina recently, when they were joined by a playful group of dolphins. The group swam with the ship for almost 24 hours! Video courtesy of Lt. Nick Morgan, the ship's operation officer. ... See MoreSee Less