I think Anegada is the best marked channel in the BVI's. After years and years of having the 'difficult' stigma, either the danger
was overhyped or somebody decided to fix the problem. I did see one mono aground in the anchorage, but nobody seemed to have any trouble finding the channel.
No matter what cruising guide you choose, don't be afraid to venture off a little on your own. On my last trip we found some secluded anchorages
that didn't have much to offer in terms of bars, shops, ice, or water
, but they all proved to be our favorite spots. If you are chartering, bring along an actual navigational chart since the charter companies love to hand out glorified place mats. Keep an eye on your depth sounder
and reference the chart from time to time, but don't be wary of venturing off the beaten path! The water
is normally clear enough to see obstacles in time to avoid them.