Depends a lot on what you are in to. Personally my favourites are Bequia and Dominica
, although it can be tough to anchor
. I did not like St. Vincent at all, or St. Lucia on account of the crime and being constantly hassled by people waking me up at ungodly hours of the morning banging on the side of the boat trying to sell me fish
or t-shirts or something.
Keys are beautiful for a couple of days. Also Illes Des Saintes. Martinique
is lovely if you want somewhere with good food
, wine and general infrastructure. Grenada
is beautiful but i didn't find the people very friendly. Antigua
seemed to be entirely populated by people trying to sell me drugs, prostitutes, both, or to do my laundry
for me (at the same time!)........ but that might have something to do with the places i was hanging out! The BVI's are nice, especially Jost Van Dyke but i wouldn't want to stay there for too long. I've never been to any of the US islands but i haven't heard anything particularly good about them other than there are many things there that can't be done anywhere else (like, for instance, life raft inspections).
There are other threads on this precise topic. The general consensus seems to be that everyone has their favourites (and least favourites) and no-one agrees on anything! Good luck!