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Wouldn’t it be nice to spend a family Thanksgiving at sea where your dinner is perfectly prepared on deck cruising the Caribbean in the US Virgin Islands?!
Elevate your Thanksgiving holiday in style aboard NEXT CHAPTER, a 180’ Benetti yacht equipped with 6 luxurious cabins. Imagine Thanksgiving dinner perfectly prepared on deck overlooking the island sunset. The best part? Leave the cooking and cleaning to us!
Wind down the evening on deck and watch a favorite family flick under the moonlight.
Then, work off your turkey dinner in the air conditioned gym on the sun deck equipped with state-of-the-art weights, treadmill, and elliptical machines.
Enjoy fishing with top-notch tournament fishing gear and spearfishing equipment aboard the 45 ft Seahunter Tournament tender with quad 425HP Yamaha engines.
Plan to enjoy water activities like waterskiing, wakeboarding, the waterslide, snorkeling, stand up paddle boarding and more!
Visit the US Virgin Islands in style aboard a luxury private yacht
and enjoy some of the following activities…
Cruise through to Magen’s Bay “one of the world’s most beautiful beaches”, 1 mile of white sand to enjoy, beach bars, and ideal for all watersports. Visit the 200-year old restored plantation field house, “Old Stone Farmhouse” which offers exquisite food and ambiance.
Tropical fish and coral are endless… Scuba dive at Carvel Rock or snorkel / dive at Spring Bay.
Snorkel and swim with turtles in St. John. After a day in the water, enjoy sunset cocktails at Murphy’s Mansion or back on board. Can’t get enough of the turtles? Check out another great snorkel spot at Turtle Cove to enjoy more of these magnificent sea creatures.
Yawzi Point is another marvelous snorkel spot with deep water structures and canyons that house schools of fish, octopus, barracuda, tangs, parrot fish, brain coral and a myriad of fan corals.
Spend an afternoon hiking one of the 20 trails in the Virgin Islands National Park and plan to see historic plantation sites to learn about the islands’ history when sugar and enslaved labor dominated the region. Visit the Indigenous Taino’s ancient petroglyphs, and enjoy the area’s pristine beaches.
Take the St. James cut then, visit Buck Island for a hike to the historic lighthouse, snorkel the old freighter, the Catanza, in Buck Island Cove.
Last but not least, enjoy cocktails and dinner on board having an unrestricted sunset over the ocean and the possibility of witnessing the “green flash”!