Exploring the Virgin Islands is a great way to experience the beauty of the Caribbean. From St. John to Tortola, Frenchmans Reef to Virgin Gorda, and Jost Van Dyke to Waterlogged, there are plenty of islands to explore. But how do you get between them? Inter-Island Boat Services has been providing ferry transportation between the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) for over 30 years.
Their regular services depart in the morning and return in the afternoon, making them the ideal choice for planning an island trip. Perfect for a day trip to the bars and beaches of St. John, you're traveling within the U. S.
Virgin Islands, which means you WON'T have to go through U. immigration and customs control. When you travel to the United States Virgin Islands from the United States Virgin Islands, you will first have to go through United States immigration and customs control. Passengers will be asked to go through immigration and customs.
All ferries from Red Hook stop at St John to go through customs and reach the British Virgin Islands. Passengers can also depart from St John.For more information on ferry services between Santo Tomas and San Juan, Tortola, St Thomas and Jost Van Dyke, including routes and schedules, visit Inter-Island Boat Services' ships page. So if you're looking for a great way to explore the Virgin Islands, Inter-Island Boat Services is your best bet! With regular services departing in the morning and returning in the afternoon, you can make your island hopping dreams come true.