Meet St Croix: our Flag and Seal

Saint Croix has flown seven different flags. It has been colonized by Spain, Great Britain, the Netherlands, France, the Knights of Malta, Denmark, and the United States. The US VI flag, as described by the web site of the VI government, was adopted by Executive Order...

New St Croix Home with a View Now Available

South Slob Home for Sale. Brand new house with a knock-out view of the Caribbean Sea and the Turner Hole Bay coastline. Solid construction of concrete block and poured concrete with 16′ open rafter ceilings. With a gated entry, concrete driveway, tumbled...

Meet St Croix: our National Parks

St. Croix is a natural for history buffs and nature lovers from all over the world. Remember – St. Croix was the first American soil on which Christopher Columbus landed at the end of his second voyage to the New World in 1493.Organizations such as the U.S....

New Home for Sale St Croix

Architecturally beautiful home in Judith’s Fancy. See it here.This home sits on a double lot with exhilarating sea views north and Christiansted harbor views east. The tropical layout includes a freestanding entertainment section with kitchen, living, dining...

Meet St. Croix: our History

St. Croix, considered one of the jewels of the Caribbean, has been inhabited for more than 2,000 years. The first inhabitants were the Ciboneys, followed by the Arawaks from South America about 100 A.D. The fierce Carib Indians came next, joined for a short time by...

One Economic Forecast for 2009

From Economist.com comes a grim picture of the coming year. In a piece titled “Lonely Beaches”, they forecast a fall in tourism and “other body blows.””It is the time of year when the island nations of the Caribbean normally expect their...