British Virgin Islands “Voyage”

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Set sail in the British Virgin Islands.  The turquoise sea looks good enough to drink, but we bring provisions for a week anyways – enough to go island-hopping, shipwreck diving, and cave snorkeling.

Scenes include Tortola Island, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, Sandy Cay, Cooper Island, Trellis Bay, Anegada, the Bitter End Yacht Club, Foxy’s Taboo, the Indians, the Baths, snorkeling the caves at Norman Island, and diving the RMS Rhone shipwreck.

The BVI are a unique place, almost like an “island city of sailors.”  At night, it’s quite a moment being surrounded by a dozen other boats in what resembles a neighborhood at sea.

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  1. Been there done that! BUT it doesn't matter. BVI I the greatest place to sail, swim snorkel, dive or just chill with a famous mango margarita. They forgot the Willie T.!!! Least expensive steaks and drinks in the BVI and generally not a night you will forget!! A must do experience. You can sail there with minimal experience. Well marked hazards, channels, and mooring areas.
    One caution – southerly facing bays may have you rolling out of your island birth.

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