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Operation Sail It Forward BVI - Baths, Anegada, Trellis Bay

Sailing updates by Sarah Stobbe guest aboard Lagoon 42 "Knotty Dreamer"




Tara Stobbe


The Baths are still AMAZING! We were boat 2 of 2 boats in the mooring field. Last time we were there we had to wait in line for an opening on a mooring. Once exploring the granite boulders it was like we had it all to ourselves. The restaurant Top of the Baths is open. We didn’t make it up, but plan to later in the week.

Trellis Bay is clear and has a brand new dock to tie your dinghy to. We picked up guests from the airport here. They were able to walk straight to the beach from the airport. It looked like one of the restaurants is open and ready for customers. Bring bug spray! no-seeums are bad here.

The sail to Anegada was perfection and the Anchorage too. We had 10-15 knot winds from the ENE. Greeted by sea turtles on the mooring field and silky white sand beaches. Potter’s was open for drinks and dinner started at 6:00. It looked like many of the other restaurants would open for dinner, but we had to get back to the boat for fussy kids bedtime! We’ll check dinner out tonight. Headed inshore to drop of garbage and do laundry right now. Internet up here is great too. Also they have a small market for some grocery items.

If anyone is thinking about booking a charter DO IT. Sooner rather than later. Even though many things are damaged the atmosphere here in the BVI’s is paradise. I don’t feel like we have missed out until n anything. In fact quite the opposite. With less boats around we can go anywhere anytime and not be crowded out.


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Comments :: 1

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    Chuck says

    Concerned over recovery from hurricaines. Don't want to intrude, but don't want to spend a lot of cash to visit a "damaged" destination.

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