|BVI in sight|
We saw a lot of marine traffic in the night - perhaps one of the busier noths we had seen. A few commercial ships; a few sail boats and several cruise ships.
As morning broke, the islands of the BVI were in sight - Tortola, Ginger Island and Virgin Gorda all visible. I decided to enter the island area (Frances Drake Channel) via Round Rock Passage.
We pulled in to the channel and headed up the inside of Virgin Gorda to Spanish Town, the closest Port of Entry to the BVI. We were able to get a slip at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor, which is currently well on the way to recovery after the Hurricanes. Although the docks are fixed/concrete, they have been nicely finished with wood fascias. There was only one restaurant open - the Bath ans Turtle, formerly Chez Bamboo. i don't know why they changed the name, but the food was good and service excellent!.
Today (Feb 26) we moved on to Leverick Bay. We can see work ongoing at Saba Rock, but the Bitter End seems to have been just cleared. We will investigate a little more tomorrow. Until then - time to chill out a little!