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Maddie

Maddie
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Joined: September 30, 2005 1:16 am
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Re: private guided boat for 7 people

Outlaw, a first class boat out of St. John is coast guard certified to take up to 12 people. Paul and Vickie do a first class job. There website is ...

17 years ago
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Re: 1/2 day sail/snorkle trip- 9 people

Calypso does a good job but you will probably be with other people. If you would like to go by yourself "outlaw" (www.sailoutlaw.com) can accommodate...

18 years ago
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Re: Cafe Roma

Cafe Roma is alive and thriving. The food is great but it can get be a little busy and noisy (reminds me of a New York Restaurant). St. John has a n...

18 years ago
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Re: Sailboat Moorings

Unfortunately, there are only four places to moor your boat in St. John, 1) Coral Bay - east side of the island - packed 2) Chocolate Hole - wes...

18 years ago
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Re: fishing charter boats

check out worldclassanglers.com...they leave from st john

18 years ago
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Re: Rhumblines Restaurant

Rumblines is open for business. There was a fire at Close Reach Imports which abuts Rhumblines so they had to change their entrance. You now enter f...

19 years ago
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Re: Catholic Church

Sorry but no...shorts, tee and sandals are not appropriate for Sunday Mass on St. John or I would think anywhere else.

19 years ago
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Re: Open Container allowed ???

Yes but you better have a shirt on!!! I've known people to be arrested for not having a shirt on. You certainly can drink in public (including a car...

19 years ago
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Re: buying a home on STJ

Deb ~ Have you checked the prices??? St. John has been experiencing tremendous growth including real estate prices. It is hard to find anything...

19 years ago
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Re: Last minute advice

1) Teva's are just fine for hiking. I use them all the time. 2) Tage's food is excellant, Ted the chef is a little tempermental, we won't do any ...

19 years ago
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Re: Conch fritters on STJ

I agree with A. Davis ... Vi's and it's a nice way to spend an afternoon, make sure you take your swimsuits and snorkeling gear. go stuff on the east...

19 years ago
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Re: where to stay at st. john

Star Villas is close to town, clean and affordable. (www.starvillas.com) Our inlaws have stay there when they come to visit. Another one is Suite Dr...

19 years ago
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Re: Luxury Charter

I'm sure you'll be happy with Blue Tang. I hear they do a nice job. Have Fun!

19 years ago
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Re: Luxury Charter

What kind of boat are you thinking of? Power or Sail. If it's sail try outlaw out of St. John (www.sailoutlaw.com) Paul and Viki are real professio...

19 years ago
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Re: Trunk Bay crowds

There is no longer a fee to enter Annaberg.

19 years ago
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Re: Liquor: K-mart and Airport ??

the prices are higher than K-mart but not worth the effort because they are still much lower than the states. Our favorite is the Cruzan Coconut Rum ...

19 years ago
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Re: Comparing STJ to Dominica

Dominica is really quiet and really no night life. Everything is a drive and the beaches are really nothing to right home about. They do have severa...

19 years ago
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Re: Comparing STJ to Dominica

I am asssuming you are referring Dominica and not to the DR, Dominican Republic, because the DR is very inexpensive. However about Dominica, I can't ...

19 years ago
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Re: Thanksgving at St John

George ~ not sure if you will be here on Nov. 18th but there is the 9th Annual Love City Pan Dragons Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner To be held in Cruz B...

19 years ago
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Re: Liquor: K-mart and Airport ??

Yes there is a place at the stt airport right near the food counter in the baggage claim area....

19 years ago
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