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British Virgin Islands: Wild About Water Sports

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British Virgin Islands: Wild About Water Sports

Sailors love the British Virgin Islands for their steady winds, balmy sunshine, and dozens of cays and coves to explore. Haven't brought your own boat? It's easy to find one here, whether you want to charter a fully crewed yacht for a week or simply enjoy a day sail on a local catamaran. In many cases you can dive, snorkel or fish right off the boat. Beyond sailing, these islands are a great place to go kayaking, windsurfing or even swimming with dolphins. There are more than 60 British Virgin Islands in all, many uninhabited; the largest and most popular with visitors are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada.


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