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Re: Best first night anchorage on Tortola

If there is no north swell, then Cane Garden Bay is nice, but you'd have sail/motorsail there.

I also think that Trellis Bay is a nice anchorage - but that is much more convenient for flight arrivals than for ferry arrivals.

Apart from that the anchorages are a bit scarce, the one in Road Town can be quite rolly and the other places are generally marinas : Nanny Cay comes to mind as a nice place with facilities ashore and easy access by cab for either Soper's Hole or Road Town ferry arrivals. Another option is Hodge's Creek (the old Sunsail base between the airport and Road Town).


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