This video showcases the U.S. Virgin Islands cruising grounds as they are today. All footage was filmed since the 2017 hurricane season with the latest imagery taken at Easter 2018.
The VI Professional Charter Association is the U.S. Virgin Islands non-profit marine charter association.
VIPCA unifies, supports and furthers the capabilities of the marine charter industry within the U.S. Virgin Islands by providing compliance guidance, youth training, and one voice to assist in the development of industry standards for the continued growth and strength of the charter industry. Our objective is to represent the crew, vessels, charter brokers and marine vendors while advocating a positive reputation locally and internationally.
Members include crew, day and term-charter vessels, ferries, water taxis, charter companies, marine service providers, charter brokers and marine vendors.
The Marine Rebuild Fund (MRF) is a marine-focused non-profit initiative operating with fiscal oversight provided by the Community Foundation of Virgin Islands (CFVI) to help rebuild, clean up and, by encouraging marine tourism to return to the USVI, providing cash infusion into the USVI economy during a time of great need. Its projects include laying, maintaining and managing new transient moorings, providing sustainable clean-up efforts at water sheds, in bays and mangroves, and providing VI youth marine training with on-the-water apprenticeships and a marine trade school - My Brother's Marine Workshop.