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I am looking to reposition my boat to the BVI for November through March. I expect to be on the boat Thanksgiving week and then again from late Dec (immediately after Xmas) through end of Feb or even into March. For the period from mid-Nov to late Dec I expect to moor/dock the boat at some BVI marina; then after 2-3 months crusing, I expect to moor/dock again before repositioning the boat back to New England.

Does anyone have any thoughts on this plan? Suggestions?
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Check out the “Cruising Logs” from SailOnLine.com
Boat owners/charterers have written these logs, some of which offer excellent information.
http://www.sailonline.com/cruising-logs.html

Specifically, goto British Virgin Islands: http://www.sailonline.com/cruising_l...I_Classic.html
Where you’ll find some basic information, and links to much more detailed info’.
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Thanks for info.
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I would consider the Virgin Gorda yacht harbor to be the safest place to leave a boat in the BVI's.
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