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Where do you dock in St. Thomas?

Discussion in 'Carnival Cruise Lines' started by nuguy, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. nuguy

    nuguy Guest

    We are coming to St. Thomas at 8am on Feb. 10th. We are planning on taking the tour to "St. Johns National Park Island Tour." Just wondering what area/town, where we will be docking. Is there a way to search port/dock information once you have your itinerary/documents on the Carnival site? Thanks.
  2. Cruizer

    Cruizer Guest

    I don't dock anywhere - I let the captain worry about that. However, here is a photo from my visit to St. Thomas when I was on the Carnival Glory ...



    This is also a photo of St. Thomas, though the picture was not taken from the cruise ship ...

  3. Mbandy

    Mbandy Guest

    I believe the ferry to St John leaves from the small pier to the right of the first and second of Cruiser's photos. I wouldn't swear to it but I am pretty sure. Right across from the ferry dock is a little open air rooftop restaurant and bar that makes some really good rum punch :cheers
  4. The Cruiser

    The Cruiser Guest

    The town your docking is called. Charlotte Amalie.
  5. RosieRosie

    RosieRosie Guest

    There are two docks used for cruise ships: Havensight and Crown Bay. Havensight is older and has many shops right at the dock.
  6. iluvcruzin

    iluvcruzin Guest

    The Liberty docks in Havensite. The ship tour ferry leaves from Charlotte Armalie. All you do is meet the tour group where the ticket tells you too (right next to the ship).
  7. Eskie398

    Eskie398 Guest

    Here's a link to all the cruise ports. Just locate your port and click on the link. It will show you the schedules for each day of the month and what cruise ships will be in port. Looks like there are three in St. Thomas and 4 in St. Maarten for your cruise.
  8. Eskie398

    Eskie398 Guest

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