barbuda is like a bahamian cay plunked down in the caribbean
; ie, it is very dry with no trees, just sand and hot sun, with a smelly salt
pond in the center of the island. i have only anchored along the west coast
which is rolly most of the time, a long white beach, empty and pristine. you would want to go into the cove at the foot of the island where there is a hotel
and some shelter. the east coast
has some very interesting gunkholing you might want to check out while you are in the area and i had alot of fun in parham which is a muddy anchorage but the little town is very friendly. do your chartwork, approaching barbuda you will see nothing until you are right on top of the place as it is very flat. i use old imray iolaire paper charts
and they were off a bit on latt/lon, but doyle has gps
waypoints i'm sure are accurate.