Inland sailor headed to St. Croix in a couple of weeks and hope to do some
boarding while there.
Anyone who has sailed St. Croix and may be able to advise me would be MUCH
R Raymond Itty Bitty Lake, MN
>Inland sailor headed to St. Croix in a couple of weeks and hope to do some
>boarding while there.
>Anyone who has sailed St. Croix and may be able to advise me would be MUCH
I was in St. Croix a few years ago and I can recommend Chenay Bay, which
is a location on the NE part of the island, as well as a small resort
(collection of cottages) of the same name which caters to windsurfers
(800-548-4457 or 809-773-2918). Lisa Neuberger runs a sailing school
out of it, although it's her mother you may find there if Lisa is still
off competing (and still in business). They had good, late model rental
equipment (Bic, Gaastra, assorted other...) at the time and the bay area
catches good sideshore trades, which will allow you some good runs out
to Buck Island and back.
I heard Salt River Bay and adjoining area around Judith's Fancy was also
good sailing, but I didn't get there.
Some other resort at Christiansted offered rental equipment, but it was
Have a good time. It's more laid back than St. Thomas. Scuba diving is
big. There's some nice places to eat on the island, some good music...
don't fall for the souvenir mahogany wood carvings, etc., but rum is a
good buy (get the premium stuff) to take home if you drink it or know
someone who does.
(ns is anti-spam)
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