Living on Thatch Cay You can have it all

an idyllic island paradise within easy reach of whatever amenities you desire.

Living on Thatch Cay You can have it all

An idyllic island paradise within easy reach of whatever amenities you desire.


Each day is a new adventure

Get to know the island and all of its natural features – from the untamed north shore, featuring dramatic rocky cliffs with views to the limitless Atlantic, to the south shore and its green hillsides sloping to the shoreline, overlooking the picturesque hills and sparkling night lights of St. Thomas. Hike to the peak at the eastern end, reaching nearly 500 feet and commanding spectacular 360-degree views overlooking the surrounding seas and nearby islands. Bird watch along the western end of the island, and you may be the first to spot the roseate terns during their annual migration. Numerous vantage points on the island offer up-close views of dolphins and sea turtles at play and of the annual migration of humpback whales. The crystal clear waters surrounding Thatch Cay are ideal for deep-sea fishing, sail boarding, scuba diving, and snorkeling. A renowned dive site off the northwest point highlights archways, tunnels, interesting coral formations, and an abundance of tropical fish.  



When you’re ready for more activity, the most visited port in the Caribbean is just a five minute boat ride away. St. Thomas offers something for everyone, with activities ranging from parasailing to kayaking, snorkeling and scuba diving to golf and tennis. Stroll along the waterfront of the historic town of Charlotte Amalie, with its world-class duty free shops and variety of excellent restaurants featuring international and local cuisine. Enjoy stunning views of the Caribbean from 1,500 feet above sea level. Or spend an afternoon soaking up the sun at Magens Bay, recognized by National Geographic and Conde Nast Traveler as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.



If you prefer a slower pace, head across the channel to neighboring St. John. This island retains its natural and unspoiled character by preserving 2/3 of its acreage as a U.S. National Park. Explore its magnificent beaches, miles of scenic hiking trails, historic ruins, secluded coves, and spectacular coral reefs.

Each day is a new adventure, and the many and varied isles of the British Virgin Islands are within easy reach by sailboat or powerboat. Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands and serves as a primary yacht center of the Caribbean. Virgin Gorda is known as the isle of natural wonders, featuring the Baths, where enormous granite boulders create a series of sheltered grottoes and sea pools. For a trip back in time, spend an afternoon on picturesque Jost van Dyke, relaxing in the sun at one of its colorful beachfront bars and restaurants. Jost van Dyke is home to the famous Foxy’s Tamarind Bar, where the harbor fills with boats for its annual New Year’s Eve party. Lying just to the east of Jost van Dyke is Sandy Cay, an uninhabited isle fringed with sand and the perfect picnic stop.