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British Virgin Islands, a Watersports Paradise

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An archipelago of 60 islands, many of which are uninhabited, the BVI lures sailors with its sunny days, steady trade winds, and untouched natural splendor. The protected waters of Sir Francis Drake Channel—which runs between Tortola, the largest island, and much of the rest of the BVIs—provide ample opportunities for boating and windsurfing; tranquil cays and coves are ideal for snorkeling; and 100 dive sites and wrecks await. Find the aquatic adventure that calls to you.
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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
With racing events by day and shoreside live music, local food, and rum drinks by night, the BVI Spring Regatta & Sailing Festival is a highlight of regatta season in the Caribbean. The festival, which takes place March 27 through April 2 in 2017,...
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British Virgin Islands
BVI greets visitors with pristine white-sand beaches, lush mountains, and colorful flowers, and underwater terrain that’s equally attractive. Coral gardens shelter hundreds of aquatic species—octopus, moray eels, sea turtles, and reef fish among...
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Josiah's Bay, British Virgin Islands
Tucked away on Tortola’s East End, Josiah’s Bay is one of the best surf spots in the British Virgin Islands, with consistent waves and inviting ocean temperatures that hover around 80 degrees year round. The passionate locals behind Surf School...
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Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
The ever-constant trade winds that make sailing in the British Virgin Islands such a delightful pastime are also ideal conditions for two adrenaline-inducing watersports: windsurfing and kiteboarding. While windsurfing is more of a surf-and-sail...
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N Sound Rd, Spanish Town, British Virgin Islands
Sheltered from the open sea by a handful of smaller islands and barrier reefs, Virgin Gorda’s North Sound is one of the most appealing places in the BVI to drop anchor for a day—or a week. Resorts here cater to the sailing set, many only...