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... tea (it's got to be done) a huge private yacht parked in the bay outside the hotel. We found out this belongs to David Geffen who is a billionnaire music and movie mogul. The ship cost $200 million to build, has 82 rooms, a hellipad and 20 chrome hawesholes (like you do). It also had a smaller boat, still pretty big and luxurious, strapped to the back, whch set off on it's own around the bay. I don't believe they had dropped in for afternoon tea. (Picture below)
... football and soccer followed by a traditional game of Island Yankee Swap. The rules were to bring something used on the boat that we didn't want anymore. The gifts were awesome and everyone had a few good laughs. Later into the afternoon, we all motored to a beach further out where we had a bon fire under the stars and roasted marshmallows. We couldn't think of a better way to spend our first holiday away from home.
... a tree house 30 feet straight down for the "Leap of faith". After we finished the tour, our hungry bellies took us to Jolly Harbor for a nice lunch at the marina. We were able to do a big provisioning at the local supermarket.
On the next day we went on a land and sea tour of the island. Our morning started with an 8:30am pickup from English Harbor to their capital city of St. John. We were welcomed with cool drinks and then back into our range ...
Land ahoy!We awoke to the US Virgin Islands displayed beyond our sea view room. Sea view room sounds fabulous I know but let's not confuse it with Seabourn!After a wonderful show in the cabaret the night before we rose quite early, excited about putting our feet on firm soil and exploring St John. As we did not have a tour booked, after breakfast we thought we might watch the early shift of passengers board the tender for ferrying ashore. How some of the passengers made ...
... as we filled our water tanks, we set course for Deep Bay. We cruised past Five Islands, the Barrel of Beef and Hawksbill Rock( you couldn't make these names up!!) and into Deep Bay a pretty anchorage with a wreck of a cargo ship Andes which sank at the beginning of the 19th century. We swam out to it and it was eerie to see, lots of big and small resident fish in their own underwater world. Couldn't help thinking of 'Jaws' at this point!! Craig sat and made ...