Vineyard Vines: How to do St. John

How to do St. John from Sun up to Sun down according to Vineyard Vines:

9AM Dive Right In

Take to one of 7 perfect beaches at Caneel Bay Resort: the water’s warm and crystal clear. Jim and Travis brought down a giant flamingo and a floating ping-pong table.

12PM Cruz to the Bay

Get your Crew together and head to Cruz Bay – make sure to snap a few shots of the view along your way. And definitely grab lunch at the Longboard. The owners, Tyler and Clint, have made this bungalow perfect for post-beach eats

3PM Reel One In

Grab your rods and charter a boat. Although we only landed one fish while we were out there, it was a blast to see the island from the water to check out the sea life

 5PM Afternoon Dip

Hop in! There were baby turtles, angelfish, clown fish, and coral all around us as we went snorkeling in the clear blue water

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7PM Sail Away End a perfect day by taking an evening voyage on Captain Greg’s sailboat, the Spitfire.

For more photos of Caneel Bay Resort on the Vineyard Vines website click here.

About Caneel Bay Resort: Set on a 170-acre peninsula amid the lush beauty of the Virgin Islands National Park and seven picturesque beaches, Caneel Bay is one of the most breathtaking vacation destinations in the Caribbean. Discovered by Laurance Rockefeller while sailing on a family cruise, this luxury hideaway is accessible only by boat or ferry and its beaches are widely considered to be among the best in the world. Learn more about Caneel Bay here.

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