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Its' countless passages and small bays with their hidden beaches
made the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean a hideout
in great demand by smugglers, freebooters and pirates some time ago.
Today the BVI's stand for warm, clear water, small bays, white beaches, a constant wind and
permanently happy people - a top level sailing area ideal for getting away from it all.
The main islands
Virgin Gorda, St. Croix, Tortola, St. Thomas, St. John and all the other islands of the Caribbean are
economically tightly linked. The Caribbean offers a dreamy loneliness second to none.
The British Virgin Islands epitomise the ideal of sailing in the Caribbean. The BVIs earn their money
fifty-fifty via banking business and tourism. Unemployment is unheard of, as is delinquency.
You will be surprised by how many anchorages and sailing possibilities the British Virgins have to offer
despite its' seemingly small size. If this is your first sailing trip in the Caribbean
you just have to choose the British Virgin Islands as your first estuary. This popular sailing area offers
almost perfect weather over the whole year along with stable and consistent winds. In addition, navigation
is quite simple, because it is mostly possible to sail on sight and very consistent tradewinds
make secure sailing possible.
Large ports: Nanny Cay Marina, St. Thomas, Tortola - Maya Cove
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