What our clients are saying about us
"My boyfriend an I booked a day trip to Jost Van Dyke aboard the Daydreamer what a wonderful time we had. It was 16 of us about the catamaran that day we toke the dingy from sugarbay to the catamaran then we set sail to Hawksnest Beach for Snorkeling. Then they toke our orders for lunch at Foxxy''s and boy was that food off the chain the Chicken Roti and Coleslaw was soo good. After eating at Foxy's we heading over to soggy dollar after we headed back home. I really like the Daydreamer its a very nice and clean boat with a wonderful captain i really enjoy my day and will definitely book a next trip."
“OUTSTANDING DAY ON THE DAYDREAMER”
"My husband and I wanted to enjoy a day of sailing to Jost Van Dyke and for $130 pp it was so worth the money. (bring an extra $30 pp CASH for visiting the British Virgin Islands- customs). This is a beautiful catamaran which has an excellent crew : Donnie, Melly, and Jane. They don't fill the boat to capacity so you're not herded in like cattle. Only 7 of us for snorkeling, a visit to Foxy's for lunch , and then onto the Soggy Dollar bar. Picked us up at Sugarbay at 8am and ended the day at 4pm - drop off at Sugarbay. This is a day of fun caribbean music, plenty of drinks on board - your choice of soda, water, beer, champagne etc. The scenery is so wonderful, don't forget to bring your camera, lots of sunblock, and money if you want to buy anything at the gift shops on Soggy Dollar or Foxy's. This is really more for adults because of the drinking and it is a full day which might be a bit much for young kids. Will do this again. Snorkling equip included. One more thing...bring your own towel!"
“Wonderful time, would go back!””
"Had an excellent time on a full day St John trip with the whole family. Very fun crew members, good food and drink, great service, and music. They took us to some great spots we never would have found. Highly reccomended."
"Overall very good trip. Excellent boat - plenty of room and great condition. Service was excellent - very helpful and friendly. Only complaint was the snorkeling - we went to a alternate location due to winds or rough water (not sure). Several of us had a hard time with the masks - they kept getting water in them. I finally gave up. I have snorkeled many times as had the others in our group so I am not sure what the problem was. For those who did manage to snorkel the fish were only so so compared to other snorkeling trips. But overall we had a good time."
“A great way to spend a day in the Virgin Islands.”
"Well it honestly really doesn't get much better than this. The Daydreamer catamaran is a spacious, stable craft designed for comfort and fast smooth sailing. We took the full day sail over to Jost Van Dyke for lunch at Foxy's and then on to White Bay to enjoy Her Majesty's beach and the Soggy Dollar Bar. Captain Donnie and his crew did everything possible to make sure everyone had a good time. Breakfast and optional snorkeling off one of the absolutely pristine beaches on St. John started the day before sailing over to the BVI. Passport required. This is absolutely a great way to spend a day of your vacation especially if you've never had the opportunity to go sailing before. Highly recommended."
“Best boat trip on the island””
"This was by far the best part of our trip to St. Thomas and St. John. This is one thing you must do if you visit St. Thomas!! The crew aboard the Daydreamer (which was what we took out to Jost Van Dyke, BVI) really go out of their way to pamper and make you feel comfortable- it was a first class experience. They were constantly walking around refilling drinks and making sure we had everything we needed. They were incredibly knowledgeable about the islands and the restaurants to check out. My husband and I loved the snorkeling, beaches, lunch and trip overall, but the staff really made it memorable. The other part that we loved was only having 15 people aboard this huge catamaran. It gave us plenty of room to lounge and get to know other people while not feeling overwhelmed by having people everywhere. Most of the other catamarans we saw had between 30-45 people!”
San Antonio, Texas