This episode covers a Spanish Virgin Island and our arrival to St John’s, one of the US Virgin Islands. If you’re interested in St John’s hold tight as we’ll have a whole video dedicated to all the stops we made on the island (coming soon).
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Sailing The Spanish Virgin Islands
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As seen in the video, these floating mats are great for boats! After a sail we blow it up, tie it off the back of the boat and the kids (and sometimes the adults!) spend hours jumping on and off the mat. It saves the kids from having to climb up on the boat getting salt water all over the place. Make sure to add this to your wishlist 🙂
In our Next Episode
In our next episode, we’ll show you around Cruise Bay on St John’s (US Virgin Islands), take a ferry trip to St Thomas where we meet and incredibly cool sea lion and several other animal friends. We’ll then take you to Francis Bay, an awesome place to chill out, swim, take walks along the beach or head inland to check out breathtaking views. And let’s not forget views of the sea life! We’ll take you to Leinster Bay were we have a blast looking at colorful reef fish. We then anchor in the hurricane hole next to Coral bay and enjoy a meal on land.
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Pictures of Culebrita
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