The relatively new advertiser for NewsofStJohn.com is the 30-foot Big Blue powerboat, under the command of Capt. Wilson He was born underwater, or so he claims.
Raised on powerboats, sailboats, Wilson has a deep appreciation and respect for the sea. An avid diver for 24 years and an instructor for the last 9, he's gotten to experience quite a few of the world's waters. He's being modest when he says he knows a little about the world below the surface.
With a top cruising speed of 30 miles an hour, his 30-foot Renaissance Prowler can get you and five of your friends onto the water, near the cays, and in the water quick and comfortably. (Places you can go!)
Big Blue departs from St. John when you say it does. A private boat for your group. You choose what you want to do. You set the pace.
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2 thoughts on “Big Blue Powerboat Excursions”
Just trying to understand. After you pay your 675.00 you’ve got to worry about how far you’re going so you don’t have to pay another exhorbitant fee for gas. Sounds like a nickel and dime thing. Put it into the cost and one price.
Palm Tree (Capt’n John) charges $525, plus gas. I wonder why Big Blue charges $150 more.