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Bordeaux Bay and Stump Bay are adjacent to one an-
other on St. Thomas' underdeveloped northwest coast. Quiet
and isolated weekdays, so don't swim if you are solo. No fa-
Nude & Topless Beaches
Officially nude or topless bathing is not permitted in the
USVI, but clothing-optional beaches do exist - discreetly.
Little Magens Bay , adjacent to Magens Bay Beach, is the
primary stop. A marked trail from the main beach leads to
this separate area. Favored by gay and lesbian visitors. No
Lindquist Beach , near the Point Pleasant Resort, sees sun
worshippers of all ages on weekdays but weekends bring
more families and nude bathing is frowned on. Beach parties
and volleyball on Sat, 11 am-3 pm. Entrance is through a
dirt road near the Pavilion and Pools Hotel. No facilities.
Picnic lunches are often better than
the usual fare served at beach
snack bars. To pick up a gourmet
lunch (or dinner), head to Gourmet Gal-
lery . A specialty shop, its deli department
sells imported meats and cheeses and pre-
pared salads. It is also a specialty grocer sell-
ing items from caviar to wine. There are two
locations: at Crown Bay Marina,
776-8555, and at Havensight Mall, Bldg IV,
(340) 774-4948. Other good choices include
the Presto Marketplace at Frenchman's
Reef Hotel and the Burrito Bay Deli at The
American Yacht Harbor, Red Hook,
The scuba industry was born here after
World War II, when several frogmen who
had been stationed on the island decided to
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