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Morning Star Beach Resort on St. Thomas

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We are an elderly couple planning a mid-winter trip to St. Thomas. We like to be on a beautiful beach, to play tennis and to snorkel in calm waters. Has anyone had any experience at the Marriott Morning Star resort. We realize that it is connected to the larger Frenchman's Reef.
Is the beach good for walking? Is it very crowded? Is the water calm and good for snorkeling. Are there reefs within swimming distance to see a variety of fish?
Any information on the quality of service, and the quality of the rooms would also be very useful.
Thank you, Nancylee

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