This small group of islets east of Puerto Rico has a population of 22, with 9, people living in the capital city. The islands are a rich mix -part holiday paradise, part tax haven home for offshore companies and part home to drug runners who deal cocaine to Colombia. White expatriates rub shoulders with 'down islanders', expatriates from the East Caribbean, and those born locally.
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Contact Us. Leverick Bay pretty quiet over the weekend and only half balls taken Monday night. A few boats at the dock.
Measuring just eight and a half miles long, Virgin Gorda is the 3rd largest island in the British Virgin Islands and the 2nd most populated. Its location is roughly eighteen degrees, forty-eight minutes north, and sixty-four degrees, thirty minutes west. Its area covers about eight square miles or twenty-one square kilometres.
The sleepy British Virgin Islands are waking up, thanks to a clutch of fresh places to shop and eat. Here's the scoop, island by island. Today, the isle remains the destination of choice for luxury resorts in the British Virgin Islands. You won't find much in the way of diversions—and that's the point.
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Slip away from the crowds with the man who wrote the book on out-of-the-way anchorages in the bustling Virgin Islands. Over the past decade or so, the number of boats cruising the Virgin Islands has grown to the point, some sailors claim, that it is impossible to find an uncrowded anchorage. A couple of years ago, I set out to prove that this is not the case. With me were Trich, my wife of 48 years; our daughter, Dory, and her husband, Scott Vogel; and their two children, Dylan, 22, and Emma Kate,