It sure is. Here's the drill.
Sail to Soper's Hole on Tortola and find a mooring
. Lower the dinghy
in to the West End Customs
office. Wait in line. Or wait for the agent to come back if a ferry
has come in. Fill out the forms, pay your fees
. Dinghy back to your boat. Raise the dinghy. Time required: 1 to 1:30 hours.
Sail back to Cruz Bay. Pick up a mooring
in Caneel Bay (Cruz is too crowded to anchor). Lower the dinghy. Dinghy a mile or so in chop and ferry
wakes to the Customs dock
. Wait in line and hope that there's no ferry to process, nor rafts of boats from Puerto Rico
. Fill our your forms. Dinghy back thru the chop to your boat. Raise the dinghy so you can sail somewhere else. Time required: 1:30 to 2:30 hours.
Don't try to "sneak" into the BVI without clearing in. If you get caught, the fines can be staggering.