There’s something about the water that will always pull us to the seas. Whether it’s the mystery of the great depths of the ocean or the movement of the ripples as the wind touches the surface, where there is water there will be people to explore it.
It’s no different in a breathtaking place like St. Thomas in the US Virgin Islands, where the warm water is a wonderfully clear turquoise, there are endless expanses of white sand beaches, and the open oceans tempt us with its many possibilities. And sailing the waters of St. Thomas is one of the best ways to see all that the oceans have to offer.
At Sailing With Liberty and Justice, we offer sailing charters in St. Thomas that allow visitors to get a glimpse of the beautiful open oceans and wildlife and to experience the many adventures of the Virgin Islands. With an experienced captain and first mate, you’ll get the tour of a lifetime on either our 44-foot ketch sailboat Liberty or our 25-foot catamaran Justice.
If you choose to charter the sailboat Liberty, then it will be a good idea to learn some basic sailing terms. This is not only useful when you want to impress your friends, but knowing these terms can actually help keep everyone on board safe during your journey. Even though you can put complete faith in Captain Ryan and his first mate Mumfy to skillfully sail the boat, these terms will get you in the sailing mood.