About “St. John Beach Guide”

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St. John Beach Guide table of contents

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Gerald Singer came to the Virgin Islands in 1969.
He became a commercial fisherman in partnership with John Gibney. He later managed a vacation rental villa and served as a captain and guide for “adventure” boat charters. He is the author
of the popular guidebooks St.John Off the Beaten Track, St. John Beach Guide, St. Thomas and Vieques and has contributed to and compliled Tales of St. John and the Caribbean.St. John Beach Guide This provocatively photographed and informative coffee table quality book provides a comprehensive look at the beaches of St. John in the US Virgin Islands National Park, and an insight their ecology and history.Readers will discover which beaches to check out and why. Descriptions of the facilities, tips about snorkeling and much more.A lovely keepsake to treasure or give away to island visitors.

St. John Beach Guide: written by Gerald Singer,
with photos by Don Hebert and Steve Simonsen, Dean Hulse and Gerald Singer.
Hardcover: 144 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 0.5 x 7.0 x 10.0
Publisher: Sombrero Publishing Co.; ISBN: 0-9641220-6-5; First edition
2003 Second Edition, completely revised 2006,completely revised 2015St. John Beach Guide is a both a guide and coffee table book, combining the stunning photos of award-winning photographers,
Don Hebert and Steve Simonsen, with a complete guide to everything you’ll want to know about the most beautiful beaches in the world, the beaches of the St. John, Virgin Island National Park.


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Don Hebert
Don has been photographing the Caribbean islands for more than 25 years and has established himself as one of the leading photographers in the Virgin Islands. His work has been on the covers of more than 100 publications. Some of the most noteworthy are: Travel & Leisure, Caribbean Travel & Life, Eastern Airlines, Midway Airlines and Hollywood Reporter–as well as many local publications. Don was named in the list of top ten photographers to shoot in the Caribbean by Caribbean Travel & Life magazine. In addition to the many local publications featuring his work, he has been published in Islands magazine, Vogue, Coastal Living, Caribbean Travel & Life, Island Home, and Cruising World. His stock photos have appeared in quite a number of international ad campaigns, and Don has shot for the U.S. Virgin Islands, Grenada and St. Kitts & Nevis’ ad campaigns.
Don lives on St. Thomas with his wife Erica and children Stephen and Kendall. Visit him at www.donhebert.com, e-mail: don@donhebert.com
Steve Simonsen
I was first introduced to Steve Simonsen’s photography when a friend literally dragged me to see a slide show that was being presented at the Cinnamon Bay Campground. I resisted because to me, the term “slide show” conjured up memories of an evening spent viewing slides of a family function or a trip to Europe – “There’s Uncle Al and that’s the Eiffel Tower”. Well, Steve and his wife Janet had put together a slide show that wasn’t like that at all. Everyone in attendance at the outdoor amphitheater sat spellbound, transfixed by the cascade of powerful images and the well-chosen music that accompanied them. After the presentation, I looked around at the audience – there wasn’t
a dry eye to be seen.Steve’s work has been featured in prestigious magazines such as Caribbean Travel & Life, Islands, Playboy’s Sexy Swimsuits, and National Geographic Traveler. Recently, Steve has published Living Art, a photographic study of the natural beauty of St. John. For more information visit www.stevesimonsen.com.
Gerald Singer
Dean Hulse
Dean is a retired St. John public school teacher. As well as being an excellent photographer, Dean is an avid scuba diver, sharpshooter and all–around adventurer. He currently winters on St. John and summers in Parachute, Colorado where he photographs and participates in the fast–growing sport, Cowboy Action Shooting.

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