It’s a Beautiful Day Today!

It’s a beautiful day here on St. John! See for yourself by checking out the island’s webcams. You can see all of these at www.newsofstjohn.com/2018webcams

Happy watching! :)

Great Cruz Bay & the Westin presented by News of St. John:

news of st john tours webcam

Cruz Bay harbor presented by Grande Bay:

grande bay webcam

Bordeaux Mountain – Courtesy of David Silverman, the man who saved Coral Bay! This webcam also includes current weather conditions.

Peace of Bordeaux

Beach Bar – Watch the construction process live!

Beach Bar inside webcam

Coral Bay Views – Two vacation rentals in Coral Bay

coral bay views webcam

Island Abodes – Vacation rentals in Cruz Bay:

island abodes webcam

Island Abodes – Down Yonder Villa in Chocolate Hole

down yonder webcam

St. John ferry dock presented by St. John Spice:

Spice Cam

Soggy Dollar Bar, Jost Van Dyke

soggy dollar webcam

Great Expectations – South Shore St. John 

great expectations webcam

3 comments for “It’s a Beautiful Day Today!

  1. Marc
    September 22, 2018 at 9:34 am

    Bummer Coral Bay Views has gone dark! Was fun watching Coral Bay “green up”.

  2. John
    September 22, 2018 at 10:51 am

    We arrive on November 29th and are counting the days! We peek at the Beach Bar webcam every day hoping to see activity. Maybe there are some elves under that yellow canopy that are working away but time is ticking down until we can “belly up” at Joe’s or the Beach Bar and order our Rum Punches and Coconut Mojitos. I have a pocket full of money, already bought a brand new pair of drinking shoes, and found a portable/2nd liver to get me through my visit. Jenn, do you have any update on the construction schedule and potential reopening date?

  3. Ed S
    September 23, 2018 at 10:07 am

    I have also been watching The Beach Bar webcam daily (among others), and we are arriving Dec. 2 and staying until Dec. 16th. I was for a brief moment encouraged when a little while back Reed said exciting progress would begin, but sadly I only saw the “canopy” installed, and really nothing much beyond that. That’s always a frequent stop as we stroll down the hill from Gallows Point, followed by the great $3 your call happy hours at Joe’s Rum Hut (and an occasional Big G!). I can only hope and pray progress will accelerate, but if not, oh well, plenty of other great places to “contribute to the economy”!!!

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