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Caribbean East and West and including the big islands and the east coast of Central America and Northern littoral of S. America

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Re: BVI -Ferry - St Thomas to Road Town

That is even easier. If you are spending the night in Charlotte Amalie, you will basically have the whole next day to get on a ferry... even if you miss one, there are many that go each day. And, then, staying on the boat that night, so you won't feel rushed to get to that boat briefing! We will be arriving STT in the late afternoon, and booking it over to Red Hook to make the last ferry.... staying at Nanny Cay that night, before boat briefing in the morning. We have done it this way before, and it is quite easy. You will have no problem. Have a great time!
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Re: BVI -Ferry - St Thomas to Road Town

Don't waste any time with reservations. There is usually a ferry pretty much right away. Just check because some of the ferries make a first stop Tortola before Road Town. Take a ferry if possible with open roof seating. The view is absorbing and even the most bored children will think the birds flying in the winddraft of the ferry are a hoot. We traveled with our 17 year old this year for a charter out of the Moorings. We handed him the camera and made him the official cameraman of the trip. He took zillions of photos, quite of few of them on the ferry.
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