Transportation

Airport in St Thomas

Cyril E King Airport

It is the Virgin Islands' main air hub. Has restaurants, shops, an ATM and car rentals. Taxis (ie multipassenger vans) are readily available. Located 3 miles west of downtown Charlotte Amalie.
Ferry in US Virgin Islands

Native Son

Sails several times daily between St Thomas (both Charlotte Amalie and Red Hook) and the British Virgin Islands' Tortola (both Road Town and West End); 45 to 60 minutes, one-way US$35.
Ferry in Charlotte Amalie & Around

Marine Terminal

Ferries to Tortola and Virgin Gorda depart from the terminal. It's about a 10-minute walk west of downtown.
Bus in US Virgin Islands

Vitran

Vitran operates air-conditioned public buses over the length of St Thomas, St John and St Croix. Buses run daily between 5:30am and 7:30pm (approximately one bus per hour).
Airline in US Virgin Islands

Seaborne Airlines

The islands' busiest local carrier. To/from San Juan daily, with connections to Dominica, St Kitts and Nevis. Also flies seaplanes between St Thomas and St Croix.
Ferry in US Virgin Islands

Speedy’s

Runs direct between Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas and Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (one-way US$40, 90 minutes).
Ferry in US Virgin Islands

Smith’s Ferry/Tortola Fast Ferry

It uses both names. Goes between Charlotte Amalie, St Thomas and Road Town, Tortola (in the BVI) via West End, Tortola multiple times a day.
Airport in St Croix

Henry E Rohlsen Airport

It's on St Croix’s southwest side and handles flights from the US, many connecting via San Juan, Puerto Rico or St Thomas.
Ferry in US Virgin Islands

Inter Island

Routes between the USVI (Red Hook, St Thomas via Cruz Bay, St John) and the BVI (Jost Van Dyke and West End, Tortola).
Ferry in Charlotte Amalie & Around

Water Island Ferry

It departs roughly every hour from outside Tickle’s Dockside Pub at Crown Bay Marina. The journey takes 10 minutes.