Day Sail to Jost Van Dyke – British Virgin Islands – Aboard the Kekoa

Now you know why they named it “White Bay”…
What a great day aboard the Kekoa sailing from St John in the US Virgin Islands over to Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands.
A quick stop in Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke to check in with British customs.
Yours’ truly in Great Harbor – Jost van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Relaxing on the beach under a sea grape tree.
This full day sail starts off in St John as you board the Kekoa from the National Park dock around 7:45am. From there you head off to a St John snorkel spot and enjoy about an hour and a half of some beautiful time in the water. Once the anchor is pulled the bar opens and the Kekoa crew heads across the channel sails up until arriving in Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke. A quick check into British customs and the Kekoa powers over to White Bay and anchors off shore for several hours as you enjoy all that the bay has to offer.
When the conch shell is blown calling everyone back on board the crew pulls anchor and sails back towards St John.
Upon arrival in Cruz Bay the Kekoa crew fires off a cannon signaling to the entire bay that Kekoa has returned. You are shuttled off the boat and thru customs by around 4:00 in the afternoon.
What a great day!
If you plan a visit to the US Virgin Islands I highly recommend a day trip on the Kekoa!
Nothing better than when the engines get turned off and the sails go up.
What a great time!
Riding the Kekoa, the sails go up, the music comes on, and the bar is open.
I get my own personal cup!
Day Sail to Jost Van Dyke – British Virgin Islands – Aboard the Kekoa
Day Sail to Jost Van Dyke – British Virgin Islands – Aboard the Kekoa
Day Sail to Jost Van Dyke – British Virgin Islands – Aboard the Kekoa
Day Sail to Jost Van Dyke – British Virgin Islands – Aboard the Kekoa
For more information to book a sail aboard the Kekoa on their website.
Tell them Dan sent you…

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