- The Baths (Virgin Gorda)
- Anegada Island
- Wreck of the Rhone
- Cane Garden Bay (Tortola)
- Norman Island
- White Bay (Jost Van Dyke)
- North Sound (Virgin Gorda)
- Savannah Bay (Virgin Gorda)
- Sandy Spit (off Jost Van Dyke)
- Cooper Island
Spectacular exploring, hiking, and diving among giant granite boulders unexpectedly piled at the water’s edge.
The only BVI island that is coral as opposed to volcanic on origin; well worth the short sail for spectacular beaches without tourists.
RMS Rhone sank off the coast of Salt Island in the British Virgin Islands on 29 October 1867 in a hurricane, killing 123 people. It’s a remarkable dive and snorkeling spot
The center of night life, restaurants, and drinking spots on Tortola. Well worth the visit, but don’t expect deserted beaches. Don’t miss the Rum distillery!
The Bight is one of the most protected anchorages in the BVI. 3 water-level caves at the base of cliffs just outside the western edge of The Bight are rumored to be the basis of Treasure Island. Spectacular snorkeling. The Indians nearby also have great snorkeling.
Spectacular beach, good anchorage, great nightspots on shore. What more could you ask. Be sure to hit Foxy’s and Sidney’s Peace and Love one bay to the East.
Great anchorage with varied on shore activities. Saba Rock is a sure winner, and we usually go to the Bitter End as well. Scope out Necker Island, Richard Branson’s private island just past Saba Rock.
Another spectacular beach without a lot of people. A convenient stop on your sail to North Sound.
Sandy Spit is the idyllic picture of what an island should look like. It’s easy to slip anchor here, so pay attention. Romantic pictures are a natural here. Stop here on your way to Sidney’s or Foxy’s to overnight.
Great stop for dinner and drinks. Close to the Rhone, so this is a good place to overnight before a dive. Take a mooring as holding and protection are not great.