Drink

All aboard the Lime Out Floating barVirgin Islands, St. John

When it comes to Lime Out, the premise is simple: cocktails, tacos and a floating bar. Yep, the newest drinking establishment to hit the US Virgin Islands is currently adrift off the coast of St John. On one side of this lime-green speck in gin-clear waters is a swim-up bar where you can take a seat on a submerged stool or tether your inflatable unicorn.

The other side is a drive-through service for those aboard speedboats and yachts who just want their tacos and margaritas to go. Lime Out is super eco-friendly too – along with being hooked up to solar power, the bar uses metal cups and biodegradable taco containers and employs a strict no-straw policy. Could this be heaven on Earth? We reckon it’s pretty close.


Lime Out
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Lime Out is located on the Southeast side of St. John. Located in Coral Bay, guests can only come by charter boat and by shuttle. The shuttle service is run by Fly Away Charters; guest park in the area of Oasis Restaurant (right before Danforth and Aqua Bistro restaurants). Shuttle is $13 per person that cash goes directly to the boat captain. Shuttle starts at 10:45 and runs all day, back and forth, with the last shuttle to the boat at 4:00.

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