Cooper Island

Another gorgeous tropical destination that begs for a dropped anchor and some reef snorkeling! For more information on Cooper Island, visit the Cooper Island's Beach Website!

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Ginger Island

No, not Ginger of Gilligan fame, but a small rocky island that has tough waters to anchor in! She's pretty to motor past though!

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Virgin Gorda

This volcanic island boasts caves and 20 beautiful and secluded beaches! We like to take our guests to an amazing rock formation known as "The Baths!"

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Great Camanoe

Due north of Beef Island, and right above Tortola, Great Camanoe is a residential island for people who know how to live! We anchor sometimes at Cam Bay, a national park that features a wonderful snorkeling site. It's easy to imagine Columbus, back in 1643, stopping...

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Norman Island

Norman Island "And thereupon we entered the cave. It was a large, airy, place, with little spring and a pool of clear water, overhung with ferns." So said Robert Louis Stevenson in Treasure Island, referring to "the caves" on Norman Island. Some of the best snorkeling...

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Peter Island

Say what you will about pirates, but these scalawags knew how to party! Peter Island is home to such buccaneer haunts as Deadman's Bay and Dead Chest Island. Both places are, believe it or not, a splendid place to spend the afternoon!

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Guana Island

The seventh largest of the Virgin Islands is named for a rock formation on its western coast that's shaped like an iguana! Kinda! Appropriately enough, Guana is a wildlife sanctuary teeming with flamingo, red-legged tortoise, and real iguana!

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St. John

You may actually be staying on this popular island! No worries, we can pick you up there! Just let us know when you book.

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Tortola

The largest Virgin Island stands guard over the St. Frances Drake Channel. It is home  to the 1,780-foot Mount Sage, the highest point in the British Virgin Islands, with groves of mangoes, bananas, palm trees, and white sandy beaches! One look around and you'll see...

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Jost Van Dyke

Named after a Dutch pirate, Jost Van Dyke is a great place to shake your booty or shiver your timbers! Islanders just call it Jost, and it's pronounced "Yost", just like a Dutch Pirate might pronounce it! We anchor here for our "Toast to Jost," matey!

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St. Thomas

This 33-square miles of heaven on earth are Blue Tang's home base! To be precise, we're moored at Sapphire Beach Resort Marina in Red Hook. Yes, ours are indeed charmed lives.

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Hans Lollik Island

This paradise is uninhabited except by a herd of wild donkeys who clearly appreciate secluded white-sand beaches! We're sure they won't mind if you stop by!

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