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Old 08-10-2010, 19:21   #1
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St John to The Baths

Anyone in the area interested in a cruise to the baths from st john?
We are visiting next weekend. Thursday thru Tuesday. Would love to
visit/snorkel. $? Paul and Angela
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Yours if that's do-able. Flying in for the second time ever. Have a room on st thomas
but loved st john last time,two years ago.We travel light. Back packs and a scooter.
Have been reading about the baths and it sounds awesome...
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Yours if that's do-able ...
I was afraid so. Good luck!
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I can't help you with the cruise, but I've been to the baths and they are worth the trip! If you can't find someone here, there are always commercial day-trips you can take.

Have a great time.
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I would second the suggestion of utilizing one of the many commercial operators or suggest you rent a power boat and make the trek yourself.
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Thanks! where there is a will, there is a way!
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My wife and I had not been there for about 40 years. One evening we took one of the moorings outside of Spanish Town and decided to go over to the Baths. We are early risers and after we had breakfast we headed over to the Baths where they do not permit overnight mooring for our trip down memory lane. We were the first ones there. I remember looking west and asking my wife where she thought all those boats were going. Lol, it was like a stampede heading straight for us. In about an hour the place was a zoo and we got out quick. When I first went, we started a fire on the beach and had steak and eggs for b'fast with some firends and no one was there...not a soul.
Go as early as possible, or late I guess.
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