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Already planning another trip back to St. Thomas with our best friends and family.

We're looking into the Sea Star Villa on Cabria Point.

Is anybody familiar with the Villa and also...exactly how far is Cabria Point from Red Hook.

Posted : June 24, 2006 8:59 pm
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Cabrita point is very close to Red Hook....about a 5-7 minute drive if you know where you've going and the road is still well maintained - as it was in Feb 06 when I last visited that stretch of road.

You'll need to drive out past Vessup Bay and continue to a remote stretch of road extending out to the point - but I recall Sea Star being closer in - not all the way out on the Point like some of the other, more remote villas.

Sea Star sits low - right off of the road, and right on the water -but not a swimming beach. You'll have a view of the Ritz and its beach....and the Ritz beach can be accessed from the road that Sea Star is on - without having the enter the Ritz property.

Sea Star is large - and luxurious - 5 stars. I believe Genie Lupo manages it. She runs a tight ship - no worries there.


Posted : June 25, 2006 10:21 am
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I walked through Sea Star a few weeks ago. All I can say is the photos on the website don't do this place justice. 6 stars. Unbelievably nice and spacious. Little covered outdoor nooks downstairs with hammocks and seating. GORGEOUS deck with pool with huge table and chairs. Definitely rent this place. Bring water shooes to go in the water or just walk 100 yards or so to Vessup or the Ritz's beach.

Posted : June 27, 2006 9:30 am
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Here is an review from about a year ago.,40218,40306

We stayed on Cabrita Point which is very close to Red Hook as long as you remember to take a sharp right and go down the hill at the turn for the main road. If you stay here try to make your way down the road to Latitude 18/ a fun casual bar/seaside restaurant.

Posted : July 5, 2006 11:54 pm

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