CYOA is located in the main harbor of St Thomas, and there is always
an abundance of sights and sounds at our doorsteps. From fishing tournaments
to international match racing, air craft carrier visits to seaplane
tours, we see it all, and so can you.
SHOP UNTIL YOU DROP,
or just window shop, for treats for yourself or your house sitter or
dog sitter. Downtown St Thomas and Cruz Bay St John are the spots.
INTERESTED IN CARIBBEAN
Visit the old Fort Christian, Blackbeard's, Bluebeard's and Hotel 1829.
They have been around long before you and I. Many historical buildings
are scattered throughout downtown and are of architectural and historical
LOVE ART??? St Thomas and St John boast of many talented painters and
crafts-persons. Island brochures
will point out the many galleries and exhibitions around town.
Check out the current listings for who is playing where. R & B,
reggae, rock, country,
it's all here, or there, at some point during your stay.
LOOKING FOR MORE ACTION??? Try a submarine ride, parasail trip or
seaplane ride. The islands look different from way up there or way down
below the surface.
What's better than beach volleyball???
TO EAT??? Our staff will point out some favorite dining establishments
or casual hangouts on island. OR, try some of the many unique foods
found in our groceries and prepare them on board your boat.
How can you pass this one up? It looks like an ugly grapefruit.
Peel it and find a succulent fruit.
White or pale green with flesh like zuchini, grate raw for salads,
or better yet, boil and top with cheese sauce.
An irregularly shaped greenish fruit that makes great ice cream,
fruit juice and flavorings for other dishes.
A small round fruit locals sing about at Christmas time. It makes
for great holiday spirits and makes excellent jams, jellies and
Reach up to a genip tree, pick
a few of these small 1" size fruits. crack the skin and suck
the juicy pulp. These are a favorite!
PLANTAIN, PAPAYA, MANGO, PASSION FRUIT, and many more!
you decide to do on your vacation, REMEMBER
"don't worry - be happy!"