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01-16-2013 02:33 AM
BVI during Spring 2013 Regatta

We are taking our family to the BVI for spring break, our dates are 3/20/2013 thru 3/31/2013. Kids are almost 18, 16 and almost 13. All three are experienced sailors. I am concerned about the BVI Spring Regatta and finding a mooring or slip during that time. Do we need to get to a bay or cove early to get a mooring? Not crazy about anchoring. What time is good? Has anyone been there during the Spring Regatta? What do we need to know? What areas should we avoid? We're also there during Full Moon and I want to go to the Trellis Bay party with the kids because it's supposedly more family friendly, the husband thinks the Bomba party on west end will be okay for all of us. Any opinions or suggestions. I don't want to leave the kids on the boat alone too much.

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