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British Virgin Islands 2016

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Traveling the British Virgin Islands via sailboat with great friends! We will island hop all over, in and outside, the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Along the way we will enjoy the awesome sailing, people, drinks, beaches, food, paddle boarding, drinks, snorkeling, diving, drinks and overall lack of any schedule!
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Scrub Island, VG1120, British Virgin Islands
This property is partially open after hurricane-related repairs and will be fully functioning by July 2018. 

Scrub Island is one place where being shipwrecked might actually be a good thing—pity that dockside boat slips abound. Located...
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The BVI's are a fantastic stunning collection of smaller islands to island hop around. Exploring the Baths on Virgin Gorda are a great way to spend a day!
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Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town VG 1150, British Virgin Islands
The Baths at Virgin Gorda were so beautiful and fascinating. You become a child again as you explore around the rocks, climbing up and down through the crevices (don't worry, you'll fit). The water was a bit rough the day I went so I didn't get...
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I spent a year living in the Caribbean where as a local "resident" the standard Sunday Fun Day activity is a boat trip from the US Virgin Islands to Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands. The traditional stop along the way is at Sandy Spit...
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Sandy Cay, British Virgin Islands
The 60-plus cays and isles of the British Virgin Islands—most of them uninhabited—inspire castaway fantasies; charter a boat in Tortola, sail it yourself to Sandy Cay, and you can fulfill them for an afternoon. Once part of Laurance S. Rockefeller...
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If you happen to visit Tortola, be sure to head to the infamous Bomba Shack. While I never seem to make it there when they have their full moon parties, I was able to check out a live reggae band and otherwise good rum concoctions during the day...
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Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands
Amongst the many pristine bays and islands that make up the British Virgin Islands lies the smaller and less populated, Jost Van Dyke, home to the famous Soggy Dollar Bar and Ivan's Campground. Just a short ferry ride from Tortola's West End and...
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British Virgin Islands
Relaxing on Jost Van Dyke and having a "pain killer". Great way to spend a day and my most favorite place on earth!
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Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town VG 1150, British Virgin Islands
After walking through the baths (or through the park's trail), you come to Devil's Bay. I never asked the reason for the name but my Catholic school nuns never described the devil like this.
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Kingston, British Virgin Islands
The HMS Rhone Marine Park is just off Salt Island near Totola in the British Virgin Islands. It is an easy dive of a historical wreck. The "unsinkable" Rhone sank during a hurricane in October of 1867. Sadly, of the 150 plus people on the ship...
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Lee Road, Valley, Spanish Town VG 1150, British Virgin Islands
Standing on a stunning beach in Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands of the Caribbean, I felt enveloped in the warmth of the sun and the breezes from the sea. The water lapped the shore, birds sang in the sea grape bushes, and a boat quietly...
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One of the best ways to see the Virgin Islands is via boat. It's an opportunity to cruise the open blue-green waters of the Caribbean and make a pit-stop on each island along the way. Some are lively hot spots for tourists and locals alike with a...