Bareboat charterers in the BVI should consider planning a slightly different itinerary than the ‘classic’ sailing routes.
Our personal opinion follows: Norman Island has long been a favorite stop for a night or two on charter, and this should not change.
The Caves and the Indians are both still great snorkel spots.
Mooring balls are available in The Bight, Kelly’s Cove, Privateer Bay and Soldier Bay.
The support was simply amazing and we are so grateful to each and every one of you.
There will be more needs in the future so please continue to share our web-site with others: Our marina at Road Reef is certainly looking much more like a proper marina due to the tremendously hard work our TMM staff “on the ground” have been tirelessly undertaking.
After reading the article below in its entirety you will immediately wish to return to our beautiful islands. We all look forward to seeing you in the BVI in the near future.
Mooring balls are still available; we would favor the Cistern Point side for snorkeling.
Many wrecks ashore make this a practical but unattractive anchorage.
Support the local dive operators by arranging a dive at Ginger Island.
For those comfortable anchoring in deeper water or anchoring and tying a long line to shore, Benures Bay remains a peaceful spot.
There’s no change to Great Harbor’s many moorings, and it’s still a convenient stop near bareboat bases on the south side of Tortola.