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Old 11-10-2012
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Re: Abacos or BVI

Lots of kids in BVI, but some of the restaurants are adult scenes at night. Most are quiet during the day. The cab to the Baths is a decent idea, because you must take a mooring if you sail there and there is a time limit as well, IIRC. I've never done it, however, so I'm not sure how you get one back. It is an absolute must see stop for adults and kids. Do not miss it.

Another good spot for kids is the Bitter End Yacht Club (not really a yacht club, its a resort) at the farthest eastern end of Virgin Gorda. You can anchor off it in sand or take a mooring. They show movies, rent hobies, kayaks too I think. Nice restaurant.

BVI is the most laid back place in general. You will find plenty of places to relax and get away from it all. That's what everyone is there to do.
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