Sailing to the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean 1500

Heading Home: Ferry To St. Thomas (continued)

 
The ferry Sterling, operated by Smith's Ferry Services. It was a fast boat, and passed us handily.  


 
Racing sailboats off of St. Thomas.   These colorful buildings on St. Thomas were under construction.

 
Boats anchored near Haulover Cut, at the western end of Charlotte Amalie harbor. Click on the picture to see a bigger version; use your browser's "back" command to return here.   Sailboats anchored in the harbor.

 
This ship named Bones pretends to be a pirate ship and takes tourists for a cruise. Visit their website.   Pilot boats operated by the Virgin Islands Port Authority. The boat on the left is Winston Parris (42 feet) and I think the boat on the right is Harry Magras (45 feet). They are docked next to the ferry terminal. Click on the picture to see a bigger version; use your browser's "back" command to return here.

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