After sorting the engines out in Tortola we headed over to Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke to see those nice teal blue waters and to clear out ready to go over to St John, US VIs. Brett had a rest on one of the many comfy hammocks on the beach front.
Of course we wandered the beachfront down to Foxy’s for a beverage and all signed a Seismic Wave boat card for the roof of Foxy’s so our friends can try and find it when they come to visit. Brett had a rest on one of the many hammocks outside Foxy’s.
We cleared in at Cruz Bay, St John then went around to Maho Bay after snorkeling at Trunk Bay, which was a little rough. Maho Bay is a quiet little bay with nice white sandy beaches. We were all looking forward to going for a hike and ended up going to a scenic overlook where we could look down over Seismic Wave, on the far right.
We were around the corner from Watermelon Cay, island at Leinster Bay so we could not pass by without going snorkeling to see the turtles and the reef fish and to go for a walk along the Trail to the Annaberg Sugar Mill ruins.
Time to move on toward St. Thomas and Culebra, Puerto Rico.