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Cooper Island
The Dogs
Little Jost Van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke
Norman Island
Peter Island
Salt Island
Virgin Gorda



Cane Garden Bay

The bay made famous by Jimmy Buffet's song.  An inspirational place to down a margarita while  watching the sun set.

Brewers Bay
Soper's Hole

Home base for SunSail.

Nanny Cay
Prospect Reef
Road Harbor

Moorings home base and the BVI's busiest harbor.

Baugher's Bay
Brandywine Bay
Maya Cove
Buck Island Bay/Fat Hogs Bay

This is where the Tradewinds base is located.

Trellis Bay/Beef Island
Camanoe Passage
Marina Cay

A very picturesque anchorage between Great Camanoe and Scrub Island.  It is also the location for Robb White's Our Virgin Island, a novel about making a home on this tiny piece of land.  Remnants of the house descirbed in this novel are still standing. 

Our first night, we moored at Marina Cay and we all liked it very much. It was a short sail from Fat Hogs Bay (the Tradewind base), so we got plenty of time to look around the island. It was an extremely hot and humid day, I remember, and there’s a Pussers store on the island with air conditioning. Believe me, I took my time looking at their wares.  There’s also a dive shop on the island, so we rented 4 tanks for the week, and took them back to the yacht with us. The reef on the southwest side of the island offers excellent snorkeling, and we must have spent an hour trying to take it all in. Although we didn’t eat at the restaurant, it looked like a wonderful place to have a light lunch or an afternoon drink. All in all, it’s a nice anchorage, and one I would visit again.