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(@cdamion)
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Typcially how available is parking in Red Hook on a Sunday for the noon ferry? Anybody know how much parking is at the dock?

 
Posted : June 11, 2008 11:23 am
(@connie)
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We never were able to get parking for the ferry at their parking lot. 3 times we had to park up the hill at Marina Market. It's the same price, 10.00 for the day.

 
Posted : June 11, 2008 12:51 pm
(@volfan)
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Just got back on Tuesday. We took the 12:00 ferry, got there around 11:40 and there were 3 parking places in the lot. Cost was $10.

 
Posted : June 12, 2008 5:02 pm
(@curran17)
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Can you walk from Sapphire Beach hotels to the Red Hook Ferry?

 
Posted : June 13, 2008 1:30 am
(@exit-zero)
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Curran17 - Yes you can walk from Sapphire to Red Hook -- be careful of the traffic and don't try it in the dark for sure. That said; if you stand at the top of the hotel entrance a board the 'dollar bus' that goes by often it is a lot easier. You cannot take this back from Red Hook however as they only run in a circular direction.

 
Posted : June 13, 2008 10:49 am
(@curran17)
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Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
Posted : June 13, 2008 12:39 pm
(@DEIRDRE)
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What is the best way of transportation from Sapphire Beach Resort to St. John for a 11:00am wedding on Cinnamon Bay and then the reception is on St Thomas at American Yacht Harbor at 1:00pm. Most out of town guest are staying at Sapphire Beach Resorts and most of us will have rental car.

 
Posted : July 9, 2008 3:49 pm
(@waterguy)
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You are going to want to take the 9:00 ferry get in one of the safari taxi's make arrangements for them to pick you up at 11:30 take the noon back . It seems kind of tight on the way back hope the wedding starts on time and isn't very long. I don't think the car barge will work because of the return time.
Tom

 
Posted : July 9, 2008 5:00 pm
(@linda-j)
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Serious question, why do you want to go back and forth from STT to STJ and back again in such a short time period? This is going to be difficult and stressful.

 
Posted : July 9, 2008 10:22 pm
(@sherri)
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Tomorrow, I am taking the 4:00 ferry for a wedding at 4:45 on STJ and returning on the 6pm ferry for STT, so taking the 10:00 ferry will be just fine to get to Cinnamon! Typically a wedding is one hour at it's location. Everyone would have to come back on the 12:00 ferry to get to the function on time. You may want to change the function time to 1:30 or 1:45 so all can take the 1:00 ferry back to STT! Your timing will be tight on the return from STJ, but just fine going! If the wedding time was at 10:45am all would fall into place PERFECTLY! (unless there are a LOT of people...the more people, the more time)! Good Luck and try not to stress!

 
Posted : July 10, 2008 12:41 pm
(@east-ender)
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DEIRDRE: I just want to make sure your reception is at American Yacht Harbor in Red Hook and not Yacht Haven Grande in town...

 
Posted : July 12, 2008 9:24 am

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