10 NM TRAVELED
ANCHORED JUST OF LITTLE JOST VAN DYKE
SUNRISE: 6:43 AM
SUNSET: 6: 22 PM
After spending the night rocking and rolling with the surge, were up and snorkeling the reef in Trunk Bay before even taking breakfast. It was rather disappointing after my memories of 10 years ago and the crystalline waters in the Exumas. Unfortunately, the waters have become slightly cloudy and the fish population seemed much diminished. Maybe it was just an off day.
During the afternoon we took Quest to the BVIs. We pulled into Great Harbor on Jost Van Dyke, grabbed one of the few remaining mooring balls, took the tender in and headed to the Customs Office to check in to the British West Indies. $30.00 and a few minutes later, we were legally in the BVI. We visited the infamous Foxy’s beach bar for a mighty fine Chicken-roti and our first “Painkiller” on the islands.
We decided to move just a little further east to Little Jost Van Dyke to anchor for the night and have a refreshing swim. Again, it was a little rolly but much more peaceful than Caneel Bay.
|THIS ABANDONED SHED WAS KIND OF A VISITOR-DECORATED LITTLE |
BEACH RETREAT ON LITTLE JOST VAN DYKE