Jost Van Dyke Cruises
Now known as the 'barefoot island' because of the casual lifestyle. An island named for a female pirate. It has magnificent beaches and two small settlements. Main street here is a beach. It is four miles long and known for it's protected anchorages, fine beaches and beachfront restaurants and bars. A favorite destination of boaters and those who really want to relax.
Jost Van Dyke has become very popular, with great food, lively entertainment and unbeatable atmosphere. There are only about 140 residents on the island, all of whom are busy catering to the various visitors in one form or another.
The whole island gives you the feeling of having stepped back in distant time. Power is supplied by generators.
Spacious, and sheltered by small mountains. An ample holding anchorage, Great Harbor has moorings as well as an easy entrance down the center, but avoid the large reef that extends 300 yards from the beach.