Want to walk on the wild side? Then the Willy T is what you’re looking for. Definitely rated “ARRRRRGGGGGHHH,” meaning it best to keep the kids away, you might consider ending your day at the Willy T in Bight Harbor off Norman Island. The Willy T is not for the faint of heart…it gets wild in the late afternoon. This floating 100 ft still schooner has three stories (well, millions of stories if only a ship could talk) and is home to total hedonism. Famous for the 4 Shot Water Ski and body shots, just about anything goes on the Willy T. You used to get a free t-shirt if you jump naked from the top deck to the waters below (google it if you don’t believe us!), but as of late, there’s a sign that says “absolutely no jumping from the decks.” It seems drunk people can’t read, or keep their clothes on, because nude bodies fling themselves over the sign from the top deck pretty frequently. Folks on the Willy T have checked their inhibitions at the door, and the later it gets, the wilder it gets. If you’re trying to make it back to your cruise ship on time, you probably won’t get the true flavor of the revelry (or if you do, you probably won’t make it back to the ship on time)…but if you’re in a villa and can stay later in the day…well, who knows what you’ll see–or do! There is a menu, and we understand lunch is pretty good…but we’ve never seen these decks before 4pm, so we can’t attest.
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"I chartered Black Beard for a day while staying in St. John at Caneel Bay. Brian was great explaining the boat and making the reservation over the phone. He set us up with a captain who was a really nice guy. My wife and I had the entire boat to ourselves....and hope to bring other family members back some day. Black Beard is a nice looking boat and very comfortable. You can easily get off the back into the water unlike some other boats I looked at. We hit Tortola in order to clear customs and then headed over to Jost Van Dyke and a few other cool spots (bubbling pool). We had lunch at Foxy's and then hung out at the Soggy Dollar beach. The wind was a brisk that day, so we stayed away from the long drive to "the baths". Because there is a lot of seating, the boat can comfortably hold 6-10 depending upon kids/adults."
— Gordon B, Fenton. Michigan