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SINGING DOG SAILING – Top Rated ‘Things to do in St. John’ 

Singing Dog Sailing is the only luxury Virgin Islands sailing and St. John boat charter making it the first choice for discerning guests. Being consistently ranked as one of the top things to do in St. John USVI, Singing Dog Sailing features superior amenities, attentive service and professional crew with fingers adeptly on the pulse of all things related to Virgin Islands sailing and St. John snorkeling. Come enjoy the magical island breezes, azure waters and colorful aquatic life as your expert captains host you for the best day of your St. John vacation while you make memories to last a lifetime.

When only the best St. John boat charter will do–Singing Dog Sailing.

 

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St. John Boat Charter – US Virgin Islands Sailing

A Singing Dog Sailing charter is like owning your own private yacht for the day. One of the only St. John boat charters with all ‘5 star’ TripAdvisor.com reviews, this excursion is frequently described as one of the best things to do in St. John. Our USVI signature sail highlights the Virgin Islands National Park, USVI waters, cays and beaches around St. John. Join us for an idyllic day on the water exploring and sailing the magical USVI while aboard your own private catamaran for the day.

Private Catamaran St John Singing Dog Sailing

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BVI Boat Charter – JVD Foxy’s and Soggy Dollar Bar

An equal favorite in the top rated things to do in St. John is a memorable trip to the neighboring British Virgin Islands. However, there is no need to EARN another stamp in your passport. Singing Dog Sailing is reviewed as the most comfortable, spacious and stable sailing charter to Jost van Dyke, BVI. So no need (only desire) for a ‘Painkiller’ from the Soggy Dollar Bar or to have Foxy remove your jumbies after arriving in style on your luxury catamaran.

Image of Soggy Dollar Bar and White Bay from Singing Dog Sailing's Private Catamaran OFF CAY

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