Red Hook is the major ferry destination of St. Thomas, and most people traveling to other virgin islands will be going through Red Hook. With destination including places in both the US and British Virgin Islands, Red Hook is a great hub for any ferry-centric vacation.
Most tourist will actually fly into St. Thomas and use the to get to other places. With five regular destinations that include most of the Virgin Islands, including routes that let you bring a car, Red Hook is an invaluable service for both tourist and people living on the islands.
If you arrive on St. Thomas via air, you will likely be landing at. Getting to Red Hook from there is easy, with taxis lined up to take you. The fare will not be much – around $10 or so, and they will drop you off right at the terminal if you wish.
Check the following chart for ferry details.
|(340) 774-1629||Red Hook|
As you can see, Red Hook does have quite a few options, especially if you are going to Cruz Bay. One of the newest offerings is a fast ferry service that makes the trip across Pilsbury Sound in under 10 minutes. This option became available in June of 2014 and is sure to be a hit in years to come. Another nice aspect about Red Hook though is that in addition to the regular ferry service, there are a number of charters here that will offer to take you to places not on the list; so you never quite know what all the options are.
|Location Served||Dock A||Dock B||Company||Frequency|
|Anegada||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||Setting Point Ferry Dock||several times per day|
|Cruz Bay||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||Cruz Bay Ferry Dock||Global Marine's Tug Life||many times per day|
|Cruz Bay||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||Westin Dock||many times per day|
|Jost Van Dyke||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||Jost Van Dyke Ferry Dock||5 to 6 days per week|
|Road Town||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||Road Town Jetty||1 to 2 days per week|
|Tortola||Red Hook Ferry Terminal||West End Ferry Terminal||7 days per week|
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