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Salomon Beach

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Salomon Beach

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Explore the Virgin Islands in style aboard MV Poseidon- our brand new 36 ft. TwinVee Ocean Cat. The TwinVee is known for its speed and stability while still maintaining comfort allowing guests to stay dry. It truly is the most comfortable powerboat on the island. MV Poseidon has everything you need for a PRIVATE charter. Swim with the turtles, see amazing fish and colorful coral using our brand new snorkel equipment. Or, simply step off of MV Poseidon onto the beach for a libation at Soggy Dollar, Foxy's, Margaritaville, Lime Out or any of the many beach bars in the islands. Your PRIVATE charter includes all U.S. national park fees, U.S. mooring permits, water, ice, soda and beer. <br><br>MV Poseidon features a FUSION stereo to listen to your favorite tunes. Its low draft and transom ladder allows us to drop you within a few feet of the beach. This is the price for the entire boat. You can design your own custom itinerary.
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Peter R wrote a review Feb 2020
Boston, Massachusetts2,199 contributions740 helpful votes
Secluded beach that you hike to via the Lind Point trail from the National Park Building or if you are lucky, you can get one of the two or three parking spots on the top of Lind Point and hike down. Either way you are looking at about 20-30 minutes of moderate hiking to get there. No amenities such as shops, bathrooms, food or drinks. If you want those, Honeymoon next door has them. The walk from Salomon to Honeymoon is about 10 minutes or you can drive to Caneel and park there to get to Honeymoon. I like Salomon for the solitude and the snorkeling is generally pretty good. Usually only a handful of people on this small beach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Claire wrote a review Jan 2020
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This beautiful and tranquil little beach is just a short hike off Lind Point Trail. Its definitely worth the hike and you are rewarded with a calming, beautiful beach. We loved this place, even had a little picnic on the beach.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Smith Millson wrote a review Jan 2020
St. John15 contributions1 helpful vote
We hiked the Lind Point Trail to right over here for a wonderful beach day a couple times. I recommend it!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Kris D wrote a review Mar 2019
St. John32 contributions13 helpful votes
So this is one of the nice beaches on St John. It’s right next to Honeymoon that has food and drinks. You can take the short mile walk and what a beautiful walk it is. Takes about 25 to 30 minutes. The walk starts just downtown past the National Park. Go up the stairs and the Lindpoint trail. You are going to love this.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Peter R wrote a review Feb 2019
Boston, Massachusetts2,199 contributions740 helpful votes
It is a short walk from the visitors center to this beach (20 minutes) or park on the top of Lindt point for a mild to moderate hike. The beach is small and quiet, has no facilities but has a nice protected area for snorkeling. Bring a chair, book, food and water and snorkel gear and spend the day. Nice views. Waves are not very big. Rays are spotted here and occasionally barracuda. My favorite beach for the solitude.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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