Christiansted is on the northern coast of the island of St Croix. It is an attractive town which has preserved buildings from its Dutch past.
The yacht should berth at the wharf at Gallows Bay and the captain call customs. They will give instructions on how to proceed. Also one should call immigration, who will send an official from the airport. The US customs office is next to St. Croix Marina
Green Cay Marina, on the NE coast, offers the best amenities but is farther out of town. Dinghies may be docked in front of Styxx Restaurant; St. Croix Marine also has a dinghy dock, from which one can walk to the Customs Office at the commercial dock.
There are restrictions on both travelling through, and anchoring around St Croix. Contact the National Parks Service for more information.
Moorings have been laid by the Reef Ecology Foundation (easy-to-see blue striped buoys) in the following locations:- Long Reef, Salt River, Cane Bay, Davis Bay and Annaly Bay. Their use is free but restricted to boats under 60' long.