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Waterlemon Cay

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Waterlemon Cay

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Water Lemon Cay Beach Virgin Islands National Park,, Virgin Islands National Park 00830 ‎ St. John
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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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tharvey2 wrote a review Jul 2020
St. John13 contributions2 helpful votes
Very high quality, well worth the (pleasant) walk. HOWEVER: Many are bringing toxic coral killing sunscreens from the states that are Banned by law by the VI government. People Think they have reef safe screens, (because that's what it said on Amazon, Target, Walmart etc), but these companies are selling screens that are illegal here, because they are proven coral poison. Banned chemicals are: 1) oxybenzone 2) octocrylene (avobenzone screens all have this) 3) octinoxate Please read active ingredients and do not bring these here.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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swarthy1999 wrote a review Jul 2020
Chattanooga, Tennessee44 contributions16 helpful votes
Bad news snorkeling world. We have lost one of the true treasures in the USVI. This place use to be the pinnacle of marine life on Saint John, but not anymore. Yes, you will see a few fish and maybe a ray or nurse shark. However, the underwater garden of eden is gone for the most part. Looking at the cay from the shore, stay to the right side of the cay to see what remains. The left side looks like a desert or like a bull dozer plowed right through it.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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CarolSLC wrote a review Jul 2020
Draper, Utah280 contributions158 helpful votes
We got to the start of the trail about 9:30 am. The negatives: We are in good shape and the length of the walk was not an issue. However the walk is hot, hot, hot in July. We walked all the way until we were closest to the cay. I recommend sneakers. We wore our keens and the gravel and coral still worked in to our shoes. Coming back we wore our water socks with keens over and it was much better. The entry to the water is very, very rocky. Even with our water socks, it was a painful entry with lots of sea urchins around. I was scared one of us would end up on top of one getting in. The current was coming toward us on both sides of the cay. We fought it going out and coming back, but I didn’t think it was that bad. We did go counter-clockwise. The good: Snorkeling around the back side of the cay was really great. We saw a barracuda as well as nice coral and fish. Overall: it wasn’t worth it to us on this day. It’s a LOT of work for snorkeling that was comparable to other places that have an easy, sandy entry and no hike. If I go again, I’ll look for a sandy entry off the trail and just snorkel the bay there.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Anna G wrote a review Jul 2020
11 contributions2 helpful votes
Off the beaten track - best visited with good water shoes for the one mile trek to get there over rocky shores Beautiful snorkeling with fans, corals and so many fish! Saw three large nurse sharks - the highlight of our adventure!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dan G wrote a review Jun 2020
Kettering, Ohio13 contributions4 helpful votes
Had a great time here! We rode up in a dinghy and moored relatively close. We had to swim in but it was worth it. Beautiful coral and saw a 4 1/2 foot nurse shark swim near us. Be mindful of the current near the cay.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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