Culebra Charter Boat

The islands of Culebra and Vieques are part of Puerto Rico and known by the nickname Spanish Virgin Islands. They are located between the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. Culebra is 10 square miles and located about 25 nautical miles west of St. Thomas. Vieques is 52 square miles and around 39 miles from St. Thomas. Near Culebra there are small islets, a little over a dozen of them, a few of which are Culebrita, Luis Pena, Norte, Ballena, Geniquí, Tiburń, Sombrero, Matojo, Colorado, and Las Hermanas.

The Spanish Virgin Islands are laid back and charming. You can visit the small towns, beautiful beaches like Flamenco on Culebra, the Caribbean’s oldest lighthouse on Culebrita, Vieques’ famous bio-luminescent Mosquito Bay, and cruise by the small islets. From St. Thomas you can explore Culebra by boat on a day trip. Multi-day charters will allow you to visit both Culebra and Vieques. You can also fly to the islands from St. Thomas. Regular daily flights are available from St. Thomas through San Juan Puerto Rico, and private air charters can take you directly.

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About Isla de Culebra

Culebra is pristine and unpretentious. One quarter of the island is protected by the Culebra National Wildlife Refuge. The island has beautiful beaches including Flamenco, Zoni, Tamarindo and Melones. The main town of Dewey is fun to visit and offers good restaurants and watering holes. Read More

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