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Old 10-21-2012
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Re: BVI: Alternative to Full Provisioning

for a week...take a cooler full of the protein you want to eat since it is the most expensive part of the provision and you can take up to 40lbs of food into the BVI and Airline will allow a cooler in exchange of a check bag. men usually only need a carry on so you can still take all the usual stuff. Eating out in the BVI is not that expensive TICO in the British Virgin Islands is the best place to buy booze their a wholesaler and sell to the public as well as deliver to your boat in most cases if you buy enough, their across the street from the Ample Hamper. Bobby's supermarket is on the cheaper side for the basic stuff and Rite way has everything Ample Hamper for specialty foods
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