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Catamaran Sail and Snorkel Adventure at Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge
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This remote island off the St. Thomas coast affords a welcome getaway from the bustle of the main island.
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We recently arrived in St. Thomas on a cruise and our shore excursion was Buck Island Sail and Snorkel aboard the Stars and Stripes! Great boat with a great crew = Karen (Kara?) was the captain and her crew of Corey and Kasha was outstanding....More

Thank Gregg C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I love turtles. I have been fond of turtles much of my life and as an alumni of Delta Zeta with Turtles as our mascot it was wonderful to spend a few hours swimming with turtles. We took the Snorkel and Sail cruise from Marriott...More

Thank Vlawson
Reviewed May 2, 2017

Great snorkeling with Turtles. Best we have done in the Caribbean. Wil go again. Took catamaran over. Fun ride and great crew.

1  Thank Robert E
Reviewed April 5, 2017 via mobile

Our family came in on a cruise ship to Crown Bay and we as a private vessel sailed them out to Little Buck Is. we pick up a mooring ball and spent a few hours out there. It was our grandson's 11th birthday. Family had...More

Thank Cheryl W
Reviewed March 13, 2017 via mobile

Island Spirit catamaran from St John Westin is the perfect day trip to Little Buck Island turtle sanctuary. Takes 1 hour of beautiful sightseeing to arrive at the sanctuary. Once anchored and snorkeling, there are turtles everywhere. One of the highlights of our vacation. Captain...More

Thank jguar15
Reviewed February 2, 2017

Great for snorkelers and divers alike.... My wife and I dived this cove on her scuba certification dive 3 years ago....Because it is a grassy cove you will always see many green sea turtles.... Just over in the next cove there is the wreck of...More

Thank Bob G
Reviewed January 6, 2017

Saw huge sea turtles up close while snorkeling from the Lady Lyndsay. The water is calm and the grass beds away from the reefs have grazing turtles that come up for air right next to you!

1  Thank 333marymerri
Reviewed January 4, 2017

A beautiful spot that has been protected and you are pretty much assured a good experience snorkeling here. We saw several Green Turtles, a rock octopus and a cuttlefish.

Thank mjs-fl
Reviewed December 5, 2016

We stopped here on a charter cruise around St. Thomas. There were many sea turtles present to watch or with which to snorkel.

Thank TravelTalesBlog
Reviewed September 19, 2016

We spent 3 wonderful hours sailing to Buck's Island on the Dolphin catamaran and snorkeled in two places. We swam with turtles and were able to check out the sunken ship. It was a great time with good weather, clear water, and rum drinks!

Thank heikehudson
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