St Croix aboard the Juliet Feb 14-20 2020

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underH2Oman

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We have some space available for divers looking to get away.

St. Croix is truly a hidden gem in the Caribbean. Part of the US Virgin Islands, but worlds apart from the usual. Just 35 miles south of St. Thomas, St. John and BVIs it is the largest of the USVIs and also the most dramatic. At 84 miles square and highest elevation at Mount Eagle of 1,165ft, St Croix boasts beautiful beaches, rain forests, salt marshes, desert, and plains. But the diversity and beauty doesn’t stop at sea level.

Every winter, Juliet heads to St. Croix to explore this unique, friendly, and enchanting island – both above and below the water. Departing from the Frederiksted Pier, we’ll be exploring the wrecks and reefs of Butler Bay, the walls off Cane Bay, and the reefs and slopes of the northern shores of the island around the Salt River and Christainsted..

More: http://www.julietsailinganddiving.com/

Juliet is a 104 ft 3-masted steel-hulled schooner that was built in Australia in 1974. She was first used to carry freight in the Pacific and her bow is reinforced with 2" steel to protect her from icebergs by Antarctica. She was converted to a live aboard passenger vessel in the 1990s and to a liveaboard dive boat in 2003.

Juliet has six staterooms richly appointed in exotic hardwoods. Each room includes independent air-conditioning, a sink, at least one porthole, reading lamps and ample closet space. Select cabins have sitting areas, and others have heads and showers inside the suite for additional privacy. Juliet includes two full bathrooms, one on deck, as well as private shower and toilet areas. Five of the 6 cabins are able to accommodate couples or singles with a lower double or queen sized bed and a fold-down upper twin bunk for single shares.

Trip Includes:
• three hot meals a day plus snacks, hors d’oeuvres, non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages
• tanks, weights
• fishing and spearfishing equipment
• Marine Biology Presentations
• Shore Excursions

Price:
• Regular Cabin Queen bed (1 Remaining) $1690 US per person double occupancy
• Regular Cabin Bunks (1 Remaining) $1690 US per person double occupancy
• Ensuite Cabin (Forward) $1890 US per person double occupancy
Available Upgrade Nitrox $100 US for the week per person

NOT Included:
• Port Fee payable upon boarding ($80 US)
• Air Transportation
• Ground Transfers
• Rental gear
• Industry Suggested Gratuity (10-15%)
 
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