The Drowned Island
25 July 2012 | Anegada, BVI
After 2 days at Leverick Bay, north end of Virgin Girda, we sailed to Anegada, named the "Drowned Island" because it is flat as opposed to the other Virgin Islands. Surrounded by reefs, the island can be tricky to approach, we saw several boats go aground, but we were fine. Anchored in about 9 feet of water. We grabbed an open air taxi and went to Cow Wreck Beach, a great place to hang out, swim, and snack. We had a romantic dinner at the Whistling Pines, on the beach in the open, then walked down the beach for a night cap, spreading our tourist dollars around!
Next day, Jose and Char joined us and we played dominoes in a bar even after they closed, on the honor system.
Anegada is always beautiful!