Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Cruise Port

4.3 out of 5

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Best Caribbean Port

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Jeslyn says ...
Ship engine broke down. Visited Grenada instead (great time on board the Rhum Runne...
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About Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas

As a U.S. Virgin Island, St. Thomas blends domestic ease — your cellphone works and everyone speaks English — with the allure of the Caribbean. So put your feet up, grab a rum punch, and watch your ship come in.


What people said about this port:

"...first visit to this island and we took a ferry over to st. john 's island to go snorkeling." in 225 reviews.

"...a much experience to take the ferry to st. john and go to trunk bay or cinnamon bay." in 93 reviews.

"I love the water and would n't wait to go to Coki beach." in 79 reviews.


4283 reviews and tips of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas




jmccam says ...

The island was starting to evacuate and understandably many things were closed. We ate lunch at Glady's Cafe and it was amazing. Very sad to see the damage from Irma. Hope to return soon to help boost their economy.

Visited: Sep 02, 2017

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Lesfed says ...

My favorite port. Beautiful. We took a cab to Magen Bay Beach for the day and loved it. Don't book the tours. There are many cabs at $8 each way. You can rent chairs for cheap. We loved it.

Visited: Feb 07, 2017

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jaydub80 says ...

St. Thomas is one of my favorite ports. It is so picturesque and there are so many things to do here. We have been three times as stops on cruises. The first time we did a half day at Magens Bay beach and then walked around town shopping and had lunch. The second time, we just went to Magens Bay and last month we did a catamaran to St. John snorkeling at Honeymoon Beach. All were awesome and I look forward to a return visit!

Melilalo says ...

We visited Magens Bay and absolutely loved it! We've been to beaches in Mexico, Cuba, and the Dominican republic and this one was the best we've ever seen. It was beautifully maintained, safe, no one bothered you on the beach. Also, if you walk down to the end of the beach you're completely alone so it's super romantic and private. We would visit again.

Visited: Sep 05, 2015

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RobTheresa says ...

If you have the time, get over to St John. Trunk Bay was amazing with visibility at 75' it's the clearest water you'll ever see - on one of the most beautiful beaches you'll set foot on.

Visited: Apr 29, 2017

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dirtondog says ...

We booked an independent tour thru Godfrey Tours (online). This worked out seamlessly. Our first stop was the Gift Shop on top of the "mountain" (famous for it's Banana daiquiri's). This is by far the best place to purchase ALL your souvenirs. The selection was amazing, as were the prices! Also via the island tour we scoped out Magen's Bay, Coki Beach, and Sapphire Beach. Coki Beach was a total "no way" for us...tiny beach with zillions of people and local "salesman" hounding you from the moment we opened the van door! Sapphire was a bit more relaxed & laid-back but Magen's Bay definitely took the cake. Beautiful setting and large enough to escape the crowd if you were willing to walk a ways down the beach.

Visited: Dec 10, 2016

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