Utilizing the rush toward docks of this BVI, the USVI often gets kept in the dirt. That is not really warranted, but a boon to those looking to explore some great cruising grounds in general seclusion. No crowded harbors with charterers contending for mooring balls. This spot is actually for the more refined cruiser, perhaps seeking just what the BVI was previously. Yes, St. Thomas and St. Croix can be more busyness than numerous cruisers are looking for, but each of those islands has many peaceful anchorages to supply as well. Therefore can't beat an important airport close to the water (St. Thomas), with easy ferry access to and fro from BVI (schedule). Then there's St. John. About two-thirds of this area is a national park, with minimal development and regulations set up to store the spectacular beauty, both above and below liquid. Yes, there clearly was plenty the USVI provides, if you are ready to look. Click on the chart below to test it out.