Frequently Asked Questions
What should I bring?
- Bring snacks and beverages you may enjoy. (drinking water, ice, and a cooler is provided on the boat)
- Bring your credit card, if you would like to use it at the fuel dock, and any restaurants or bars.
- Bring enough cash to cover personal purchases, gratuity & fees.
***Non- aerosol sunscreen only! And no tanning oils either. The aerosol sunscreens ruin the boats surfaces, and oils make things slick.***
How many people can your boat take?
What are the kinds of fish I will catch with Captain Cleve? When are the best times for fishing?
How many pounds of fish go to the customer? Do you clean and filet the fish?
Customers can receive up to 10 pounds of fish. Your 10 pounds can be filleted or kept whole.
Captain Cleve provides this service for you.
Are there any fishing restrictions?
Places to go for snorkeling, and what are the approximate travel times?
Where do we meet?
St John guests meet at The National Park Visitors Center dock . Alternative pick-up time and location(s) available upon request.
What is customary gratuity?
Generally around 20%.
What are some suggested places to eat & drink?
Some of the best places to eat include:
- Pizza Pi
- Lovango Beach Club Resort
- Sunset Grille
- Dinghy’s Beach Bar
Just to name a few…
Where are the Customs check-in points and approximately how much are the fees?
There are three major check-in points in the British Virgin Islands:
- Great Harbor in Jost Van Dyke
- Soper’s Hole in Tortola
- Spanish Town in Virgin Gorda
Check-in fees are approximately $75 (USD) per person as cash is BEST.
How much is the fuel cost?
Fuel cost depends on the amount of fuel used for the trip by the current rate per gallon: 26 footer boat 20-45 gallons 33 footers 20-70 gallons: Fuel rate at $7.60 per gallon. Fuel costs are payable by credit card or cash at the fuel dock.