The Buccaneer is the Caribbean's Longest Running Family- Owned Resort
It is with pleasure that I welcome you to The Buccaneer’s website, and I hope that our site will entice you to visit in the near future. The Armstrong family has owned and operated the resort since my grandparents opened the doors in 1947, and we will be looking forward to celebrating 70 years of hospitality in 2017. I hope that you will take time to read The Buccaneer’s fascinating history in the pages of this website.
Over the years we have taken great pleasure in the high honors that we have received from the travel industry, as well as a multitude of “World’s Best” accolades. Our deepest satisfaction comes from the glowing reports of satisfied guests, many of whom we have been proud to serve for generations. You have our enduring promise that we will strive to meet and exceed the highest standards of taste, elegance and our guests’ discerning preferences. When you stay at The Buccaneer, our pledge is best expressed in our mission statement:
Our mission is for every guest to return to The Buccaneer and become part of The Buccaneer family. We pledge to provide world-class service and to share our heritage, warmth and friendliness, ensuring that every visitor becomes an ambassador for St. Croix.
I look forward to greeting you personally during your stay, perhaps at the Tuesday cocktail party at our historic sugar mill or on my weekly nature walk. All of us at The Buccaneer hope to welcome you in the future.
Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Passports are not required for U.S. citizens traveling to the territory. In the absence of a passport, proof of citizenship is required. A birth certificate with a raised seal plus a government issued photo ID will suffice in lieu of a passport.
Parents or guardians need to travel with documentation of their children's identity to clear through Customs when departing St. Croix. A birth certificate, passport or some form of ID will need to be presented to Customs for all children traveling.
See www.travel.state.gov for further information.
Customs and Immigration
There is no inbound U.S. Customs nor immigration checks. Outbound immigration and U.S. Customs clearance is processed in St. Croix, which allows you to avoid long lines on your trip home.
Check-in is at 3 pm. Check-out is at 11 am. Hospitality rooms will be made available if possible for early arrivals or late departures.
The Buccaneer is a no-smoking facility. Smoking is not allowed in guest rooms, restaurants nor any other public space.
Main entrance, restaurants and lounges, meeting space, entrance to on-site swimming pool, route to registration desk, and guest rooms are accessible. All accommodation categories offer rooms suitable for handicapped guests.
Small, pre-approved dogs are welcome at The Buccaneer, as well as service dogs.
St. Croix Basics
TIME ZONE: Atlantic Standard Time. Daylight savings time is not used. In winter, St Croix is one hour ahead of the eastern US coast. In the summer, the time is the same.
CURRENCY: US dollar. Credit cards and traveler's checks are widely honored.
TEMPERATURE: Winter 72-85F; Summer 77-89F
ELECTRICITY: 110 volt current, the same as the continental US.