goboatingnow - that's Antigua
with a beach for each day. Anegada
has only a couple of beaches, but they surround the whole island and are rather empty!
KW60 - New Year's or Old Years' as they often call it in the BVI is low key at Anegada. There are two main restaurants in the anchorage - the Anegada Reef Hotel
and Potter's by the Sea and both will be open. I had planned on spending New Years at Anegada this year (last year was Leverick, the year before Saba
, the year before Trellis...) but won't be back in the BVI in time.
It is worth staying a couple of days at Anegada and on the beaches, it is the most laid back atmosphere in the BVI.
For additional information you could post your question at Traveltalkonline: Viewing forum: British Virgin Islands
where a couple of Anegada residents also hang out.