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Old 06-04-2010, 10:45   #16
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when i was in usvi and bvi i used my sprint broadband card--had very goood results and didnt have to use much free wifi----didnt use docks and didnt have to pay for garbage ...used trash cans provided for stashing trash...anchoring was free but mooring was paid.....had a great sailing adventure despite the skipper's quirks and
Still getting used to yourself?? I've enjoyed your posts and continue to lurk and lurch towards livingaboard. Great info on this thread!!

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Old 06-04-2010, 11:42   #17
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I agree with Hud's recommendations of Chris Doyle's books; in addition to those titles, he also has one on cruising Venezuela and the islands off the coast of Venezuela, including Trinidad and Tobago and the ABC's ...
Cruising Guide to Venezuela and Bonaire ~ by Chris Doyle, Jeff Fisher, & Sally Erdle

Cruising Guide to Trinidad And Tobago Plus Barbados And Guyana ~ by Chris Doyle, Jeff Fisher, & Sally Erdle

Cruising Guide Trinidad and Tobago by Steve Pavlidis

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You should be aware that most moorings on St. John are part of the Virgin Islands National Park. While the fee is $15.00 a night, you are limited to no more than 7 consecutive days in one bay and a maximum of 30 days per YEAR in the park. Not really a liveaboard location as it is a National Park... but is a great place to visit.
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What is the scoop on fees in the BVI's. I read somewhere a couple of months ago that the BVI's were charging a stiff daily fee...
That all blew over and was cancelled.
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Re: Living Aboard in the Caribbean

I'm looking for marina on St. Thomas. Anchoring/mooring not an option. Where is the most cruiser-friendly place?

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