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Living in Deck Point

Settling down in Deck Point provides a great opportunity if you want to explore more of St. Thomas, particularly the East End. Here, you will discover a couple of oases that are right off the beaten track. To learn more about housing options that the local real estate market offers, click here.

Living in Deck Point: What you need to know

  • Not too far from the territory’s capital. With Deck Point located on East End, the community is a bit of a drive to Charlotte Amalie. On average, it can take you any time between 25 to 30 minutes to reach the territorial capital, especially on St. Thomas’ winding and hilly roads. Don’t worry; it’s a scenic route you won’t get tired of.
  • Boating is a much-loved pastime in Deck Point. And with good reason. After all, the revered St. Thomas Yacht Club is only minutes away from the community. Residents of Deck Point will walk to and from the Club on Tuesday and Friday evenings – the two nights when dinner is served. Or they’ll take a stroll down for lunch – except on Mondays when the Club is closed.

Attractions and things to do in Deck Point

Whether you’re on land or on the water, the attractions and activities in and around Deck Point will surely appeal to your sensibilities.

  • Explore the coves and bays of the East End. This side of St. Thomas is well-known for its immaculate beaches, bays, and coves. Take the opportunity to explore these gems.

    Include the following stops in your itinerary: Lindquist Beach, Sapphire Beach, Bluebeards Beach, Secret Harbor, Sugar Bay, Turtle Cove, Water Bay and Vessup Bay. Don’t forget to invite close friends and family for a memorable outing.

  • Visit Coral World Ocean Park. Located about 15 minutes north of Deck Point is Coral World Ocean Park, situated right next to Coki Beach. It’s a 5-acre attraction that features an observatory, a tropical nature trail, marine gardens and several encounter platforms.

    Instrumental in conservation and research efforts in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Coral World is more than your typical ocean park. It is especially active in areas such as turtle conservation, coral restoration, and shark research.

    Click here to plan your visit.

  • Go on a food tour. East End is also home to a variety of restaurants, offering everything from Caribbean fare to Japanese food. Sunset Grille, Caribbean Fish Market, XO Bistro, Island Time Pub, and Pesce are some of the local favorites. In addition, Grand Palazzo at the Ritz and Taco Chelles opposite Food Center on the East End is a contrast in grandeur but each offers a terrific, if not unique, dining experience.

Make Deck Point a stop as you search homes for sale in St. Thomas, USVI. Contact me today at (340) 690-9995 or send me an e-mail at barbara(at)seaglassproperties(dotted)com for more information about Deck Point real estate.