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3 weeks ago

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Where can I find the best pizza on the island?We are in search of the Best Pizza on Island. Whether you are in the US Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico, please let us know in the comments below where your favorite pizza is. We would love to know. Check out the article below to learn the true history of pizza.

The history of pizza blog post >> urlzs.com/M7UwV
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Where can I find the best pizza on the island?

An awesome sunset sail. Enjoy a spacious boat, great captain, and crew. Plenty of rum punch and pain killers along with some great munchies. It was a blast! They do full day and half day charters in local waters as well as the BVI. Book a trip now thru Trevor's Activity Center @ 1-340-715-4944 #usvirginislands #caribbeantravel #USVI ... See MoreSee Less

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💗 Calypso! We always have such a great time on their day sails. They have excellent captains and crew members!

Carnival St. John, USVI 2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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Love City❣️

Handsome picture

David Knight Jr.

Jodie Tanino

Jenny Krampf!

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3 months ago

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Who's up for a dip? ... See MoreSee Less

Whos up for a dip?

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I wish I could I ❤️ this a million times.

Sunset from Cruz Bay, St John VI tonight ... See MoreSee Less

Sunset from Cruz Bay, St John VI tonight

4 months ago

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5 months ago

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Top 5 Items to Take to the Beach
Other than your favorite pair of sunglasses, these are the most essential items you
should always have at the beach.
1. Sunscreen or Sunburns!
Sun burn is is something very important to think about. We know we want to come
home with seashells, not sunburns. Also, Kids’ skin is delicate and should be protected
regardless of their complexion. There are many different options out there. Sunscreen
should be first priority! Remember there are plenty lip balms with SPF as well.
2. First aid kit
It is always good to be prepared for other small ailments and injuries. It is always to
travel with a small basic first aid kit. I like to keep it in a “dry bag” or large ziplock to
keep it dry with my cell phone, money, and ID. There are many options for small travel
first aid kits online that will pass checked baggage with the TSA.
3. Bug spray
There are is no shortage of bugs in the Caribbean. You have to protect yourself and
your kids from biting flies, sand fleas, mosquitos, and ticks. There are many different
repellents available, some pretty powerful one as well as natural ones. Remember you
can also find repellents that combine sunblocks with them.
4. Beach Towels and Beach Blanket
It is always a smart move to bring more than you need. A beach blanket is very nice to
have. A beach blanket gives you more room and can be easily weighed down with sand
or small rocks. I prefer to have two towels, one to dry off with and another for lying on
the beach. Sometimes extra dry clothes is nice too.
5. Snacks and Hydration
You can never have too many snacks at the beach. Kids run around a ton so they work
up an appetite. There are many options of Bite size snacks which you can keep in
ziplock bags work well. I always make more sandwiches than I need. They always get
eaten. Remember frozen water bottles doubles as ice for the cooler
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Top 5 Items to Take to the Beach
Other than your favorite pair of sunglasses, these are the most essential items you
should always have at the beach.
1. Sunscreen or Sunburns!
Sun burn is is something very important to think about. We know we want to come
home with seashells, not sunburns. Also, Kids’ skin is delicate and should be protected
regardless of their complexion. There are many different options out there. Sunscreen
should be first priority! Remember there are plenty lip balms with SPF as well.
2. First aid kit
It is always good to be prepared for other small ailments and injuries. It is always to
travel with a small basic first aid kit. I like to keep it in a “dry bag” or large ziplock to
keep it dry with my cell phone, money, and ID. There are many options for small travel
first aid kits online that will pass checked baggage with the TSA.
3. Bug spray
There are is no shortage of bugs in the Caribbean. You have to protect yourself and
your kids from biting flies, sand fleas, mosquitos, and ticks. There are many different
repellents available, some pretty powerful one as well as natural ones. Remember you
can also find repellents that combine sunblocks with them.
4. Beach Towels and Beach Blanket
It is always a smart move to bring more than you need. A beach blanket is very nice to
have. A beach blanket gives you more room and can be easily weighed down with sand
or small rocks. I prefer to have two towels, one to dry off with and another for lying on
the beach. Sometimes extra dry clothes is nice too.
5. Snacks and Hydration
You can never have too many snacks at the beach. Kids run around a ton so they work
up an appetite. There are many options of Bite size snacks which you can keep in
ziplock bags work well. I always make more sandwiches than I need. They always get
eaten. Remember frozen water bottles doubles as ice for the cooler

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First aid kit??? Really?

2 years ago

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Great catch!! And the good news is you (the customer) get to keep the whole catch if you want. Great for locals too. ... See MoreSee Less

Great catch!! And the good news is you (the customer) get to keep the whole catch if you want. Great for locals too.Image attachmentImage attachment

2 years ago

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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.
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2 years ago

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New activity? How much would you pay? ... See MoreSee Less

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I'll do that for free. I know where they live. 😊

How is recovery on St. John going?

-$1M

2 years ago

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This is pretty magical. What a once in a lifetime experience for those on the dock. ... See MoreSee Less

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What!!!

Nellie Dilger

Wow! How amazing. Love the person petting it, I'd do the same.

Andrew Dilger

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