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Here is some information about Cruz Bay from Wikipedia.

In Cruz Bay, there are plenty of choices for vacation rental villas, cottages, houses, condos. You can rent a villa like this one, with sunset views over St. Thomas.

Cruz Bay, United States Virgin Islands

Cruz Bay is the main town on the island of Saint John in the United States Virgin Islands. According to the 2000 Census, Cruz Bay has a population of 2,743 people.

Cruz Bay, located on the west coast of Saint John, is the island's largest commercial center and the location of the main port on Saint John. The primary access to Saint John is through Cruz Bay Harbor. Frequent barge and ferry, including car ferry, service connects Saint John to the neighboring more-developed island of Saint Thomas. Ferries also run regularly between Cruz Bay and Tortola, Virgin Gorda, and Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands.

Cruz Bay is home to numerous shops and restaurants which are frequented by tourists and locals alike. The Virgin Islands National Park Visitor Center, the Elaine Sprauve Library, a post office, and a bank are also located in Cruz Bay.

The National Park Service has its headquarters near the waterfront in Cruz Bay as does U.S. Customs and Immigration.


Here is some information about Coral Bay from Wikipedia.

In Coral Bay, you are treated to big vistas including the British Virgin Islands.

Coral Bay is a town on the island of St. John in the United States Virgin Islands. It is located on the southeastern side of the island. Though it was once the main commercial and population center on the island due to its sheltered harbor, it has fallen from prominence with the introduction of a ferry service to Cruz Bay, which is now the largest town on St. John.

Coral Bay is on the southeastern side of St. John. It is a popular hangout for American mainland ex-pats, sailors, artist types and more who live on sailboats or up in the hills. A traffic jam in Coral Bay probably refers to a herd of goats or a few donkeys in the middle of the road. (There are no stop lights anywhere on the entire island of St. John, and only one barely recognizable 'yield' sign coming into Coral Bay).

Coral Bay is more of a "community" (or, rather, "general area") than town, though more and more homes are beginning to pop up along the hillsides.

Coral Bay does not offer any ferry service, so the quickest way getting to Coral Bay is an approximate 30 minute drive (8 miles) along Centerline Road from the main town (Cruz Bay) where the ferries come in from St. Thomas.

Many St. John vacationers do not venture out to Coral Bay. Although they should.

Also, if you travel 10 minutes longer, you can end up in the majestic and beautiful East End of St. John.

The East End probably has the best snorkeling on the island of St. John. Many Barracudas and Sea Turtles have been spotted there, and the fish and coral are surreal. Haulover Bay and Round Bay are great snorkeling spots.

If you decide to venture out to the East End, make sure to stop by "Vie's Snack Shack" where you can get delicious traditional Caribbean food. On the way back to Cruz Bay, make sure to stop by "Skinny Leg's Bar and Grill" for a really good bite to eat.

The East End is perfect for privacy because one, the population is 51, and two, no tourists ever venture out to the East End.

Just be careful of all the donkeys!

Coral Bay is home to the legendary "Skinny Legs Bar and Grill","Aqua Bistro","The Donkey Diner" and "The Tourist Trap" as well as some other interesting restaurants/dives such as "Island Blues", "Shipwreck" and "Miss Lucy's". Concordia Eco-Resorts (a sister resort to Maho Bay Eco-Resorts on the islands north shore) is just on the southeastern tip of the island, about 3 miles south of the crossroads where Coral Bay begins.

A small police sub-station arrived in 2005. It was abandoned shortly thereafter.

Each year in late February, the Virgin Islands most famous race (the '8 TUFF MILES'), runs along Centerline Road from Cruz Bay and ends in the Moravian Church ballfield in Coral Bay (next to Skinny Legs). The 2011 race was won by Christopher Reis in 46:00, shattering the course record from the year before.

The Emmaus Moravian Church in Coral Bay is on the List of Registered Historic Places in the United States Virgin Islands and holds an interesting place in St John's history. The Church stands next to the Carolina Estate plantation, the site of a 1733 slave revolt that resulted in the murder of the plantation owner and his 12-year-old daughter. This church is said to be haunted.

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