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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Excursion Boats in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I.

Good morning,

While you are cruising on huge cruise ships, you'll visit many ports of call.  There are many choices of activities while in those ports both ashore and on the water.  Here are some images of some of the choices of water excursions.
This tour boat arrived in St. Thomas, U.S.V.I. to pick up a group of people for an excursion.  Before starting out, they took their dingy out for a test run.
It wasn't long before the passengers had boarded and were on their way out for a day on this beautiful sailboat.
Other excursions on the water are this catamaran,
 this speedboat,
 or, for a more relaxed ride, this excursion boat to cruise around the island and enjoy the sights.

Ah, yes, a day on the water. 

Enjoy!

Lois

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6 comments:

Cecilia Artista said...

Many different boats! I like your photo of the speeding boat - yes there is really speed there! Nice blue water!

Montanagirl said...

Have you ever gone for rides on any of those?

Lois Evensen said...

Yes, I've been on many tours over the years. One of the really fun ones was a helicopter ride over Nassau.

I remember a tour on a glass bottom boat back in the late 90's when I first had a digital camera. I was in heaven taking pictures of the fish we saw. Now those pictures are so primitive - wherever they are! ;)

Thanks so much for stopping by, Montanagirl and Cecilia.

Best,
Lois

Elaine said...

I think I'd take the nice relaxing excursion boat!

karen said...

I went on a speed boat in San Francisco....I have never been so wet in my life!! It was fun though!!

Lois Evensen said...

Elaine, I'm with you for the relaxing excursion boat. I don't want to get my camera wet. ;)

Karen, those speed boats do look like so much fun, but I haven't tried that yet.

Thank you for stopping by.

Best,
Lois