Boat Charters to Norman Island and Willy T in the BVI
On The Sea Charters provides boat charters to Norman Island is a small uninhabited island between St. John and Virgin Gorda. It is our favorite destination for the most interesting snorkeling in the entire Virgin Islands.
Four rocky outcroppings make up the Indians, named because it resembles four feathers from a native headdress. The reef surrounding the Indians goes from very shallow to approximately 50 feet deep, making it a spectacular location to see all types of marine life.
Legend has it that pirates hid treasure inside the Caves of Norman Island. We haven't found it yet, but even without gold doubloons, it is worth a trip to snorkel through the three caves.
The Willy T (William Thornton) is a floating pirate ship/bar that serves strong drinks and delicious fish and chips. This bar can get rowdy, and people are know to jump off the top in various states of dress.
This little beach restaurant was newly constructed after an unfortunate fire, but the end result is fantastic. They have a robust menu that is a step up from the typical menu of burgers and sandwiches, featuring fresh salads, ribs and lobster.
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