I have shared before how we tend to split our time in the Virgin Islands between the USVI and the BVI. St. John in the USVI has been a pretty solid home base for us and we tend to return when we need provisions, good sleep (read: calm anchorages), and a few days of rest.
On the flip side, the BVI has been a place where we expend our provisions, get marginal sleep and tend to have an action-packed schedule. And we aren’t complaining, not even for one minute.
One of Bo’s many specialties is a twist on the ‘ole hawaiian bun sandwich. The twist is some sort of magical sauce.
There is no shortage of quaint beach bars. This is Foxy’s Taboo on Jost Van Dyke. Complete with hammocks, picnic tables and a great dinghy dock with a short walk to the bubbly pool.
Snorkeling is a daily event.
The Indians are a fabulous snorkel spot. Pro Tip: go SUPER early in the morning to avoid charter crowds and have the place to yourself.
Sydney’s Peace and Love is a fun little place where the bar is on the honor system and the lobster is fabulous. Cori on sv Hi Flite was enjoying the self-serve bar.
The decor at Sydney’s provides you a good look at all the patrons that have gone before you. Sadly, we all decided to keep our shirts that day.
The view from the B-Line Beach bar. Pretty darn good for a Monday afternoon.
We borrowed the B-Line’s beach for a little paddle ball fun.
Cori and I have a soft spot for Bunky, the owner of the B-Line. He is so sweet.
Sunset does not disappoint.