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Old 24-02-2016, 17:38   #1
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Leaving boat in the Virgins

After 10 years of wintering in the keys, I am looking into spending next winter in the BVIs or USVIs. My business requires a bit of travel usually in one to two week stints. Are there reasonably safe places to leave my boat untended for that length of time short of top of the line marinas?
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Re: Leaving boat in the Virgins

Sorry no info about VI

Can you provide some particulars about wintering in the keys?

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Re: Leaving boat in the Virgins

Nanny Cay in Tortola and Crown Bay in St Thomas would be my choices. Both would be relatively easy to get to from the airports. Not the cheapest but both are nice operations and I would think a boat would be very secure there. --Tim
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