7 edition of A cruising guide to the Virgin Islands found in the catalog.
A cruising guide to the Virgin Islands
George T. Pavlidis
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Virgin Islands|
|Statement||Stephen J. Pavlidis.|
|LC Classifications||GV776.29.V6 P38 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005051746|
Current Cut: not sure: think current flows NE when tide is high, but it may be wind-driven more than tide-driven. Most moorings are pretty far from the Cay. Big book-exchange in American Yacht Harbor marina. More than recipes for Cajun, Creole, and Caribbean dishes that find their roots and ingredients in the cooking of West and Central Africa.
He has always enjoyed boating and while working in the corporate world he annually would charter in the San Juan Islands and British Columbia as well as other places around the world including the Caribbean, the Bahamas, the Greek islands, Honduras, Mexico and the Chesapeake Bay area. We found an adequate telephone system and a small airport provides a regular air ferry service to Puerto Rico. Must go through guarded entrance, and show photo ID. Cheapest way to ship stuff in: US post office. The Cruising Guide to the Virgin Islands is filled with detailed charts of the various anchorages, supported with colorful aerial photography in addition to piloting, anchoring and shoreside information.
Maybe tenable in SE or S wind and swells. Budget Marine: very nice marine store. Festival: in Tortola in last week of July and beginning of August. The expanded 2nd edition, and a new Virgin Islands Trip Planning Map, continues to be a big success and the book is now the standard guide for most of the major charter companies in the Virgin Islands. We have made it our mission to answer all the questions we had from charterers and cruisers and to add details and background about the islands to enhance the cruising experience.
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Library: on Main Street at International Plaza about 5 blocks from Emancipation Park, just short of yellow steps in sidewalk. He is the author of several books, magazine articles and white papers and frequently has been a speaker on digital rights and media and technology issues around the world.
A fabulous book of island cooking, especially recipes inspired by Africa: "This truly authentic guide to Caribbean cooking explores the down-home, flavorful food served in the homes of locals and at roadside stands.
Half a dozen moorings in the bay on the SW corner, but they're usually full of big charter boats. Internet: rarely can get a free Wi-Fi signal on the boat.
Lots of boat and dinghy traffic, and swimmers; be careful. Independent Boatyard: surrounds the Budget Marine store. Customs is smaller yellow building just S of car-ferry dock, across water from Visitor's Center.
The is a good dive shop and in the next door bay, a yellow sand beach, lined with palm trees is known locally as Sunbay. The Renaissance Islands St. Maybe tenable in SE or S wind and swells. Peak season: December through February; crowded. Cowpet Bay: full of moorings.
Vessels over 42 feet not allowed to use the east end moorings; must anchor at west end and dinghy to east end. Supplies: Garbage: a couple of cans on the boardwalk just W of the seven flags. Myers,from Two Thousand Three Assocs.
Wonder if it's possible to dinghy near to Golden Rock shopping center? Our guide includes: -Anchoring and mooring information and fees -Customs, immigration and National Parks regulations -Particulars on marina facilities and the amenities they offer -Water sports - where to go and where to rent equipment -Shore-side facilities, restaurants, beach bars, shops, provisions, Internet connections -Directory of goods and services after every island section now including websites and Facebook URLs Everything you will need to help make your vacation an enjoyable and memorable experience in a concise easy-to-use format.
Visit these islands for their natural beauty, tranquillity and the diving. If planning to catch last bus of the day, ask a driver ahead of time to make sure it will be running. Computer store: in East End, about halfway between Gallows Bay shopping center and ballpark.
Several small grocery stores scattered through town; bakery and market a block or two inland from ScotiaBank, several blocks west of USCG dock.
There are some local laundries. Thomas, describing shopping opportunities, cafes and unusual restaurants, and attractions which might otherwise be missed. Red Hook Bay: Very rolly from ferry wakes, very exposed to normal SE wind and swells, crowded with moorings and boats, bad holding.
Catch at the post office. Text and drawings only, with a lot of down-to-earth advice. Good hardware store nearby. Busy time is the summer, when so many boats are on the hard for hurricane season that they want the worked-on boats in and out as quickly as possible.
InMark lead the first American crew to charter cruise the coast of Vietnam, which was chronicled in several magazines. Thomas: Independent Boat Yard,independentboatyard at hotmail.
Once on Culebra a small selection of budget hotels and guesthouses can accommodate the boat less tourist and companies offering day or overnight charters can be found on the island.The appropriate cruising guide, dive & snorkel chart and underwater fish guide will be automatically mailed to you at time of booking your Virgin Island charter.
A $ value. Charter Companies no longer provide free Cruising Guides when you book through them. A very comprehensive guide to the Virgin Islands and can't imagine how I could have planned my trip without it.
Not just great information about each island and bay, but also GPS Way Points to help you navigate between the islands.
The ariel photographs of many of the bays help bring the charts to life/5(4). This special 19th edition of CRUISING GUIDE TO THE VIRGIN ISLANDS is a post-hurricane edition.
In September ofHurricane Irma, a category 5 hurricane, passed through the Virgin Islands bringing destruction in its wake. Over two years later, the island chain continues to rebuild with a renewed strength and hope for the future.
Virgin Anchorages, by Simon & Nancy Scott, JuneCruising Guide Publications, a companion book to the Cruising Guide above, is a collection of magnificent aerial views of the most popular anchorages of the Virgin Islands, with a duplicate page of chart-like sketched overlays to decipher the anchorage for navigating sailors.
This is a. Grenada to the Virgin Islands. many of which are new for this third edition, the guide is packed with interesting and useful background information on the Caribbean- its history, tourism, geography and details on sailing in the islands.
The last section of the book, the blue pages, consists of listings of facilities, restaurants, bars. Cruising Guide to the Virgin Islands: by Nancy Scott. Cruising Guide Pubns. Spiral-bound. POOR.
Noticeably used book. Heavy wear to cover. Pages contain marginal notes, underlining, and or highlighting. Possible ex library copy, with all the markings/stickers of that library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, and dust jackets may not be included.