Your day-long rental from Nauti Nymph provides the greatest flexibility in choosing a route that best fits your desires and the day’s weather
When you arrive at the designated pick-up location (on St. Thomas, at American Yacht Harbor Marina or the Ritz-Carlton Resort, or on St. John at Caneel Bay or Westin resorts or National Park Services dock), our friendly, knowledgeable staff will provide you with a briefing on the features of our powerboats. In addition, you will be given information about the touring areas recommended as most suitable for that day’s weather and sea conditions.
You can preview our most spectacular and highly-recommended destinations here, and learn more about some of the many beautiful places which await you by clicking on each of the selections below.
The North Shore of St. John features many calm bays with moorings. For excellent snorkeling, visit Waterlemon Cay in Leinster Bay. World class beaches can be found at Honeymoon, Hawksnest, Cinnamon Bay, Maho Bay and Francis Bay. Restaurants that welcome visitors in casual attire are at Caneel Bay and Cruz Bay, or you may choose to bring your own picnic lunch.
Cruise the North Shore on calm days and, during the winter migration season, keep an eye out for grey and humpback whales. Monkey Point, located at the south end of Guana Island, is renowned for its snorkeling. Because the area is inside a National Park, you must utilize the National Park Authority mooring balls (orange with yellow floating line). Do not attempt to anchor. Lunch is available at one of a variety of restaurants at the West End, including Sopers Hole, or in Roadtown.
On a calm day, one can easily cruise all the way to the Baths on the southern tip of Virgin Gorda. Giant granite boulders lean against each other, while clear pools of water flow through and beneath. Light angles in from above, creating one of the Caribbean’s most stunning spectacles of natural beauty. Explore the labyrinth formed by the boulders, and then enjoy a swim or snorkel in crystal clear water at one of the pocket beaches framed by the boulders.