Hurricane Recovery Resources
Services and Business Information
We’ve compiled this list of resources that Coral Bay and St. John residents and property owners need to know. We’ll update this site and the CBCC Facebook page frequently. Contact us if you have additions or notice any incorrect information. Info last updated February 11, 2018.
Flights are departing and arriving daily from Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas on the following airlines (this list excludes inter-island services): American, Cape Air, Delta, JetBlue, Seaborne, Spirit and United. Please check with your airline for any last-minute changes. Leave extra time when departing, as check-in and TSA screening may take over 3 hours.
National Park beaches are open. Limited restrooms and facilities. Visit nps.gov/viis for updates. Usual water quality testing is being done by NPS and DPNR. Always avoid swimming after heavy rains.
Many Coral Bay shops, restaurants and services are open for business. Find Coral Bay-specific list here.
Car barge service runs daily departing from the Cruz Bay Moorhead Marine Facility beginning at 6:15 am. The last car ferry currently returns from Red Hook at 7 pm. Love City Car Ferries may be reached at 340-998-9597. Schedule: http://www.lovecitycarferries.com/schedule.html Global Marine Runs hourly on the other hours. Boyson’s Mr. B is on its way to New Orleans for repairs.
Ferries are running on an almost full schedule. The last ferries leaves Red Hook & Cruz Bay at 8PM. Detailed schedules here: https://stjohnsource.com/2018/02/09/st-john-ferries-announce-additional-night-trips/
There is AT&T service throughout Coral Bay and Cruz Bay. Service is now sporadic on the East End, but BVI networks can be accessed from certain areas.
LANDLINE – VIYA (formerly Innovative) services: Coral Bay will be last, due to our small population and remoteness: https://viyavi.com/restoration/
ATMs – Plenty in Cruz Bay, none in Coral Bay yet.
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