Docking in St. Thomas?

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Originally posted by imae39
Many thanks for the information. We will be going for our Bushwackers to Tickles. Also will be buying some wine at the mini - grocer. The brochure sure sounds like they will provision yachts very well.
Not a prob Have a good time! It's kinda crowded inside but a nice place
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Crown Bay is actually the more desirable of the two.

It is a very modern facility with plenty of shops nearby.
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We like Havensight better. We used to enjoy the walk to town but we can't walk to town from Crown Bay. There is a stretch that isn't very safe and there aren't sidewalks the whole way. It's also just that bit further that, on a hot, humid day makes it less pleasant walking IMO

There is certainly more food and shopping at Havensight. There are far fewer small, satelite shops at Crown Bay.
Crew liked they were near a WalMart at Havensight but it's further for them from Crown Bay.

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