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Rain. It is something of a mixed blessing here in St. Thomas. Of course rain brings life and hydration to an entire ecosystem, but too much rain can also keep people off the beaches and boats where they might otherwise soak in the beautiful landscape.

February had a lot of rain. The final tallies are in, and the results were historic:

“It was the wettest February on record at St. Thomas airport,” according to meteorologist Odalys Martinez at the National Weather Service in San Juan.

That’s the bad(ish) news. The good news is that the rainy season is now subsiding, and what’s left in its wake is an unprecedented bumper crop of wildlife, plants, animals and local birds. Even snorkeling has never offered a richer view of the underwater splendor in and around our islands.

Our St. Thomas boat rental packages include everything you need to see it all in a single triumphant day. With upholstered seating, freshwater showers, dive doors and HD audio on board, there’s nothing like a day cruise with the folks at Sonic Charters.

To rent a boat of your own on St. Thomas and enjoy this one-of-a-kind verdant spring, start here.

A Deluge for St. Thomas Tourism was last modified: April 1st, 2024 by admin