St. John

March 5th to March 20th

 

We spent 15 days exploring St. John, visiting most  of the bays. They are all beautiful,  great beaches, great snorkeling and several trails to hike.   The color of the water is amazing, most of the bays are so clear you can see the bottom.

The National Park Service does a great job of taking care of  the reef around St. John.  In the majority of the bays you can’t anchor and there are restrictions on where to land your dinghy.  The park service also keep the trails clean and marked  for us to enjoy.

Our favorite bay on St John is  Leinster Bay.   We enjoyed hiking the trails and snorkeling around Waterlemon Cay.

Here are some pictures of the different bays surrounding St. John:

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Cruz Bay

 

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Hawksnest Bay

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Maho Bay

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Cinnamon Bay

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We saw Dolphins in Maho Bay

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Harmony on a mooring ball in Maho Bay

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Calm morning in Maho Bay

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A cloud sitting on the hill

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Harmony and me

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View from Annaberg Sugar Mill

 

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The old windmill

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View from Annaberg Sugar Mill

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The  walls are made of Coral

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You can see turtles in every bay

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View from Johnny Horn Trail

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View from Johnny Horn Trail

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Walking the trail

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Beautiful flowers

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We added rocks to the ones already in place

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Selfie on brown bay trail

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Old Fort ruins at Brown Bay Beach

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Arriving at Coral Bay

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Anchored in Johnson Bay

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Coral Harbor, lots of liveaboards

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Best burger on St. John

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Anchored in Hansen Bay

 

 

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Hansen Bay

 

 

 

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