There are so many marinas
, and anchorages
through out the BVI, and in fairly close proximity, we would suggest visiting them, and not just sitting on anchor
for days or weeks.
Whickams Cay, Road Harbor, Tortola.
Fort Burt Marina anchorage area, Road Harbor, Tortola
Marina Cay / Trellis Bay / Scrub island Resort. ( east tortola area)
Canegarden Bay, Western Tortola
Sopers Hole, anchor
. West End, Tortola. Full service
marina, and easy going restaurants, grocery store, water
, showers , haul out
Virgin Gorda Sound, ( North Sound Virgin Gorda ) many anchorages
and marinas, main one that we like is Leverick Bay, showers, market, swimming pool, water
, three bars/restaruants, etc. All of the above are within in mile of each other in protected waters.
Others, would be Saba
Rock or Bitter End area. Bitter end is high end, so we have happy hour next door at Saba
Rock. Also, Vixen Point for a peaceful beach and easy going happy hour. All in North Sound.
These are just a few of the different anchorage / Marina style places, but there are many, many more anchorages and islands to explore very easilly.
You will be able to find a marina that will suit your needs.
Check out the Cruising Guide to the Virgin Islands
, BVI and USVI. You will be able to find more explicit information on what would suit your requirements.