US Virgin Islands

Pirates loved the US Virgin Islands, hiding on 70 uninhabited islets, burying treasure on 100 beaches. Now, with beach bars, hiking, and snorkeling, join the party. St Thomas, St Croix, and St John welcome few superyachts - make sure yours is one of them.

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Reasons to Visit the US Virgin Islands

The Pirate’s Lair Where Superyachts Dare



Any traveller in the US Virgin Islands will be welcomed with a conch salad and guava juice. But only guests on a chartered yacht can spend the night beside a sandbar. Or scuba a shipwrecked smuggling vessel. Or swim to a National Monument where pelicans nest. The US Virgin Islands offer next-level experiences for luxury yacht charters. Why? Let’s take a look.

Reasons to Visit the US Virgin Islands

Step Back in Time

Hike into a land of Honduran mahogany and African tulip trees. Over 20 walking routes criss-cross St John. Petroglyph Trail zigzags past waterfalls where pre-Columbian civilisations drew art on the rocks. Bordeaux Mountain Trail hits St John’s highest peak for 360° views. Reef Bay Trail descends through frangipani and sugar cane before collapsing on the beach. Here you’ll find iced beers and your charter yacht crew waiting on the sand.

Reasons to Visit the US Virgin Islands

Shipwreck Alley

Position your US Virgin Islands charter yacht near St Thomas’ shore and head for the Navy Barges dive site. Scuba pros can then dive deeper to the Cartanza Senora. Legend says this freighter was carrying illicit cargo before she sank; now she’s a nursery for reef squid. Experts can position their luxury Y.CO yacht above the wreck of the Major General Rogers, now a reef for grunts and angelfish.

Reasons to Visit the US Virgin Islands

The Best Beaches in the World

St John’s Trunk Bay – a sandy squiggle on the jungle shores of the island’s National Park – was declared one of the best beaches in the world by National Geographic. Anchor your Y.CO yacht charter and take a 200m snorkel trail that leads you past pufferfish, finger coral and yellow-tailed snapper. Next, sail to boat-only Waterlemon Cay: a swim-to islet for the perfect private picnic.