Moorings has no issue with going to Anagada.
Day 1, go north to Savana bay on Virgin Gorda if no north swell, use caution going into Savana bay for the reefs
or go to Marina Cay or White Bay on Guana island or Trellis Bay
Day 2, Leverick bay on Virgin Gorda, rent a safari truck and go to the baths. See Michael Beans at Leverick for the happy R show. Leverick will rent you dock
space for $35 per night if ttol member
, ask for Nick, he can also arrange the truck.
Day 3, early start to Anagada, nice sail, understand your way into the mooring
area prior to departing. No big deal but don't wing it. Rent a safari truck and go to the north shore, dine at Wonky dog.
Day 4, scrub island if you like a nice resort. Dock
is going to be about $140, dock includes resorts access, nice showers. Ask for ttol discount if in off season.
Day 5, Cane Garden Bay if no cruise ship
, see Quinto on Thursdays or Myett's for dinner, or see the Elm tones. Or JVD diamond cay and see the bubbly pool if north swells otherwise don't bother.
Day 6, JVD or CGB
Day 7 Norman island, or Cooper
Return next morning
The Cruising Guide to the Virgin Islands
by the Scott's is a great reference for the BVI.
Winds in November are perfect, about 15 to 18 knots generally from the east. Winds can get higher with the "Christmas winds" mid to upper 20s and higher with a passing squall. Double reef and be careful with your sail handling.