LOCATION: ON THE NORTH SHORE AT THE END OF HULL BAY ROAD JUST WEST OF MAGENS BAY.
A relatively quiet beach (except during fishing tournaments) this northern shore bas serves as a local anchoage. The rougher waters at the bay’s western tip attract surfers. Along the shaded beach the water is usually placid and pleasant. You can usually find parking near the water’s edge-except on weekends in season.
Although serious surfing is a relative rarity on St. Thomas, when you hear the words “Surf’s Up” you can bet the cry is coving from Hull Bay. The beach is rocky but generally appealing to outdoor types. Bring the kids and the dogs. Taxis are usually not available. Hull Bay Hideaway is right there with convenient restrooms and a casual beach bar restaurant featuring famous “Arthur burgers.” If you want a ‘stay all day’ hangout, this is it!
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