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A Few Hours on St Thomas #149890
12/11/2017 10:54 PM
12/11/2017 10:54 PM
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Kannapolis, NC
ndfaninnc Offline OP
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Hey y'all, after I'm sure an awesome week on Anegada we land at STT 9:30am and our flight back to the states leaves at 3:00pm. Do any of you have a recommendation of where to hang out for a few hours? Preferably a place that serves adult beverages and not too far from STT. Thanks!



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Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: ndfaninnc] #149891
12/12/2017 01:01 AM
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If your travels are in December, I would say taxi the 2 miles to Hook, Line and Sinker Restaurant at Frenchtown Marina. Very good food and nice bar with waterfront views.

Emerald Beach Resort says they will open in January so that becomes a closer option.

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Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: BaardJ] #149892
12/12/2017 11:20 AM
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Rockford, Michigan
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BaardJ said:
If your travels are in December, I would say taxi the 2 miles to Hook, Line and Sinker Restaurant at Frenchtown Marina. Very good food and nice bar with waterfront views.


Second that!

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: aarpskier] #149893
12/12/2017 12:48 PM
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Do I trust the opinion of a UM fan? I believe this time I will have to. Thank you both for the recommendation.



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Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: ndfaninnc] #149894
12/21/2017 07:08 PM
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Billings, MT
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We had a few hours to kill on STT before a flight and hung out at Emerald Beach Resort. The drinks and food were great plus being right on the beach, the view was amazing. From there we just walked to the airport. Happy travels!

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: harleybuffett] #149895
12/21/2017 07:44 PM
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Second that one too! Rather than doing our usual same-day race from the boat to the airport, in June we stayed our last night at Emerald Beach. It has a very nice pool, and a beautiful beach, to go with the good food and drink. A very relaxing way to end a bareboat vacation.

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: harleybuffett] #149896
12/21/2017 09:17 PM
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harleybuffett said:
We had a few hours to kill on STT before a flight and hung out at Emerald Beach Resort. The drinks and food were great plus being right on the beach, the view was amazing. From there we just walked to the airport. Happy travels!



Of course without luggage, it's probably close to a mile <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/toast.gif" alt="" />

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: sail2wind] #149897
12/22/2017 08:17 AM
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Emerald Beach Resort is closed.

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: sail2wind] #149898
12/22/2017 01:37 PM
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harleybuffett said:
We had a few hours to kill on STT before a flight and hung out at Emerald Beach Resort. The drinks and food were great plus being right on the beach, the view was amazing. From there we just walked to the airport. Happy travels!



Of course without luggage, it's probably close to a mile <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/toast.gif" alt="" />


Actually we had luggage...not that big of a deal..and we're in our late 50's <img src="http://www.traveltalkonline.com/forums/images/graemlins/Groovin.gif" alt="" />

Re: A Few Hours on St Thomas [Re: NCSailor] #149899
12/22/2017 11:47 PM
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Emerald Beach Resort is closed.


2017-12-22 EB Website: “Pool and Beach Bar closed until February 1st, 2018.” “Now Open and Bookable with limited amenities”.

NDFANINNC: Guess it depends on when you are going.


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