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Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Long Island, NY
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Sailnet is a great source of information and inspiration; however, when we go on our first BVI charter in April, it will be handy to have a paper resource to take with us. I have made copious amounts of notes from forum information and I'll append them to the BVI guide that was recommended to us.
Wherever you decide to go, you'll have a great time. Look at any pics or videos from BVI trips and you'll see plenty of ear to ear grins
Although this is your first BVI charter, I assure you it won't be your last. With that in mind, don't think that you have to see everything on this trip. You won't want to miss the Baths on Virgin Gorda and since it's one of the most popular stops, make sure you get there early enough to secure a mooring ball since anchoring is not allowed in the National Park areas, unless you want to pull into Spanish Town and take a cab.
We'll be there in late May and I already have that grin on my face just knowing that we're going back.
I've got blisters on my fingers