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Centerline’s Growing Fleet

Centerline’s Growing Fleet

Did you know that Centerline has more than doubled our fleet in the past year to accommodate St. Croix’s increase in rental car needs? Whether you’re a resident, tourist, snowbird, recovery worker, business traveler, or hotel/villa partner, we are here to help you...
Post-Maria Update: Serenity Garden Villas

Post-Maria Update: Serenity Garden Villas

Serenity Garden Villas is ready to welcome the new year, as well as new and returning guests to their collection of St. Croix luxury vacation villas. Their rental properties received light damage from Hurricane Maria, causing them to cancel about 5% of their...
Post-Maria Update: West End Water Sports

Post-Maria Update: West End Water Sports

Brian was working on a new storage shack for West End Water Sports when we visited Rainbow Beach last week. As of December 20, they had been re-opened for three weeks, ready to outfit you for everything from a lazy day under an umbrella to an adrenaline rush on the...
Post-Maria Update: Virgin Kayak Tours

Post-Maria Update: Virgin Kayak Tours

We don’t think we’ll be inviting any other category 5 hurricanes to St. Croix anytime soon, but here’s an optimistic observation from Virgin Kayak Tours: “Maria gave the Biobay a boost by washing sediment out of the entrance. Over time the...
Post-Maria Update: A Letter to our Friends

Post-Maria Update: A Letter to our Friends

Dear Friends of Centerline, We hope you had a nice Thanksgiving. It was an absolutely beautiful weekend on St. Croix — we’re still counting our blessings! There were feasts all over the island on Thanksiving Day. From beach potlucks to traditional family...
Post-Maria Update: Common Cents Pub

Post-Maria Update: Common Cents Pub

There’s a new pub in Christiansted and, if you have any common sense at all, you’ll check it out! Common Cents Pub was opened by Jenn Seay, St. Croix’s 2017 Iron Bartender, in the former Tavern 1844 location. She was in the middle of renovating the...
Post-Maria Update: The Fred

Post-Maria Update: The Fred

The Fred is St. Croix’s first new hotel to break ground in 30 years. They may be delayed a little by Hurricane Maria, but that’s definitely not going to stop them! According to co-owner, Topher Swanson, the hotel fared quite well. None of the rooms were...
Post-Maria Update: St. Croix Rent A Villa

Post-Maria Update: St. Croix Rent A Villa

St. Croix Rent A Villa reached out to let us know that they are online and servicing reservations for vacationers. Through their web site, www.stcroixrentavilla.com, you can rent a villa, condo or cottage directly from the owner and take advantage of other concierge...
Post-Maria Update: Ziggy’s Island Market

Post-Maria Update: Ziggy’s Island Market

If you’ve ventured east on St. Croix, you may have experienced the greatest gas station on Earth, Ziggy’s Island Market. Not your average gas station, in addition to gas, they offer food, drinks and a fun atmosphere. Though their gas pumps were down for a...
Post-Maria Update: Lyric Sails

Post-Maria Update: Lyric Sails

Lyric Sails’ trusty boat, Jolly Mon, rode out the storm in her slip at Green Cay Marina. When we called to ask how they are doing, they were actually in Puerto Rico for Jolly Mon’s annual haul out and hull inspection. Everything checkout out! They’ll...
Post-Maria Update: Caravelle Hotel & Casino

Post-Maria Update: Caravelle Hotel & Casino

Hotel Caravelle is a wonderful example of a business who looks out for their team and others. “Our team is a close knit family and it was really important to all of us that our family members were all safe. We were using all forms of communication available to...
Post-Maria Update: Tap Deck Bar & Billiards

Post-Maria Update: Tap Deck Bar & Billiards

The Tap Deck Bar & Billiards in Frederiksted opened for business on October 5, just two weeks after Maria. They were able to put all of their pre-storm staff back to work — and they were able to hire four new people too! Their second-story location did...
Post-Maria Update: I-Cycle St. Croix

Post-Maria Update: I-Cycle St. Croix

I-Cycle St. Croix planned to open in August — and then came Irma with Maria on her heels. Native Crucian and I-Cycle co-owner, Alex Worede, was nervous when she was able to get to her downtown Christiansted indoor cycling studio two days after Maria. She was...
Post-Maria Update: Vacation St. Croix

Post-Maria Update: Vacation St. Croix

Our friends at Vacation St. Croix reported back that everyone is accounted for and doing well. They’ve all been working together to clean up after the storm and get ready for visitors. The Vacation St. Croix team manages a beautiful portfolio of vacation villas...
Post-Maria Update: Caribbean Sea Adventures

Post-Maria Update: Caribbean Sea Adventures

The Caribbean Sea Adventures crew is all safe and ready to sail you to Buck Island. As a matter of fact, they resumed daily beach-only Buck Island trips just this last Friday, October 13! (Update: on Friday, as they were about the depart, the National Parks Service...
Post-Maria Update: Carambola Beach Resort

Post-Maria Update: Carambola Beach Resort

One week after Hurricane Maria, Renaissance Carambola Beach Resort & Spa announced on their Facebook page that their property did sustain damage and would not be operating until further notice. Our first question when reaching out to our tourism partners is to...