Cruise ships visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands stop in St. Thomas, St. Croix and St. John. This schedule displays the information for all three islands together. The dock or port is indicated.
St. Thomas is the most popular port of call for cruise lines: it has two docks, West Indian Co. Dock and Crown Bay Dock; additionally ships can remain at anchorage within the Charlotte Amalie harbor. Ships docking in St. Croix will say St. Croix; and those anchoring off of St. John will say Cruz Bay, St. John.
Schedule is updated monthly at the end of the month. Please check back.
If viewing current month for either St. John or St. Croix and there is no information then there are no ships scheduled.
West Indian Co. Dock, St. Thomas
Crown Bay Dock, St. Thomas
Anchorage, St. Thomas
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