"On board our vessel, the M/V Capt. Vic, passengers can look forward to bathing in the beautiful views of Pillsbury Sound, the waterway between Red Hook, St. Thomas and Cruz Bay, St. John," says a message on the site.
But, alas, after a few more mouse clicks you get a message that says this feature hasn’t been enabled yet. Soon come, as we have come to expect. But the site (http://www.captvicvi.com/ ) does dangle the invitation to e-mail [email protected] for a reservation.
The site explains that Capt. Llewellyn T. Sewer "helped to establish the first passenger ferry" between St. Thomas and St. John while another family member began ferry service between St., John and Tortola. "Hence, this corporation was started in honor of his grandfather and great-grandfathers. The M/V Capt. Vic is the first vessel owned by the corporation and it was named in honor of the late Captain Victor Sewer."
Kudos to Love City Car Ferries for beginning the e-process for their business … hopefully, they’ll continue.