Steven Cay, United States Virgin Islands

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Low-lying Steven Cay in front of St. John, 2010.

Steven Cay (sometimes spelled Steven May or Meeren Cay) is a small scrub-covered and rocky Caribbean island, about 28 feet high and situated 0.5 miles west of Cruz Bay on Saint John in the United States Virgin Islands.[1][2] It is a popular destination for snorkelers and scuba divers,[3] and its waters feature coral reefs and sea fans, mountain corals, star corals, large quantities of angel- and triggerfish,[4] as well as lobsters, nurse sharks and pillar corals.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Griffes, Peter L. (2004). 2004 Atlantic Boating Almanac: Gulf of Mexico. ProStar Publications. Page 535. ISBN 9781577855125.
  2. ^ Potter, Susanna Henighan (2013). Virgin Islands. Avalon Travel. Page 93. ISBN 9781612383682.
  3. ^ Porter, Darwin and Danforth Prince (2006). Caribbean For Dummies. John Wiley & Sons. Page 492. ISBN 9780471962519.
  4. ^ Pariser, Harry S. (1994). Adventure Guide to the Virgin Islands. Hunter Pub Incorporated. Page 112. ISBN 9781556505973.
  5. ^ Larsen, Larry (1991). Fish & Dive the Caribbean V1: A Candid Destination Guide From Cancun to the British Islands, Book 1. Derrydale Press. Page 157. ISBN 9781461698838.

Coordinates: 18°19′48″N 64°48′26″W / 18.3300°N 64.8073°W / 18.3300; -64.8073