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Ranked #61 of 79 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Ships; Historic Sites
Owner description: This 400-foot long freighter sunk off the southern coast of St. Thomas, encrusted as it is with marine growth, makes for... more » Owner description: This 400-foot long freighter sunk off the southern coast of St. Thomas, encrusted as it is with marine growth, makes for great diving. « less
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Ranked #62 of 79 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Parks
Right below Mountain Top, this park features the island’s finest tropical foliage.
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Fort Christian (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #63 of 79 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Museums
This 17th-century Danish fort houses a museum featuring a collection of Amerindian relics.
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Savan (Charlotte Amalie)
Ranked #64 of 79 attractions in St. Thomas
Category: Historic Sites; Neighborhoods
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Category: Theaters
At the center of the St. Thomas cultural scene, performances include ballet, chorale groups and repertory companies.
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Category: Architectural Buildings
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Category: Ships; Historic Sites
The wreck of this former Coast Guard cutter makes a great dive site.
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Category: Reefs; Geologic Formations
This coral-encrusted exposed rock pinnacle is a challenging dive that should be tried only when conditions are are safe.
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Category: Art Galleries; Architectural Buildings
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Category: Parks; Monuments/ Statues
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Category: Transportation
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Category: Reefs
A cluster of sharp spiky rocks, some rising to 90 feet.
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Category: Reefs
Owner description: Six miles offshore St. Thomas, the Cap makes for a stunning dive with enormous ledges, overhangs and even big sea creatures... more » Owner description: Six miles offshore St. Thomas, the Cap makes for a stunning dive with enormous ledges, overhangs and even big sea creatures like sharks and rays. « less
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Category: Ships
A wreck split in three pieces lying in water only about 30 to 40 feet deep.
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Category: Reefs
A torturous dive site with swoops and turns and abounding in marine life from Hawksbill Turtles to Nurse Sharks.
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Category: Reefs
This underwater tower, 70 feet at its deepest, is home to a variety of sea creatures, Barracuda and sharks included.
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Weibel Museum (Charlotte Amalie)
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Category: History Museums
Details the 300-year-long history of the Jews of St. Thomas.
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