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Back in the USVI

USVI – Water Island We’re pretty much sideways in the world right now, but of course we get the depressing news from Europe when we’re online. It wasn’t good timing of me to write about tanks in Culebra just then, while a criminal is having a country invaded. Sorry for the faux pas. Our times …

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US Virgin Islands

From one virgin to the next Completely delighted by the fantastic Leopard Guarantee Service at the Mooring Base in Tortola, we set off for the United States Virgin Islands. They are virgins too, but – as the name correctly suggests – a different country.: USA. We did the paperwork and instead of a PCR, only …

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St. Martin to the British Virgin Islands (BVI)

The day we almost cut off power in Virgin Gorda The Virgin Islands have long been among our favourite places, British Virgins, US Virgins and Spanish Virgins. The BVI – our first destination – are now finally open to visitors again after a long pandemic break. 90 nm is the direct distance from St. Martin …

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St. Barths

SBH – the sophisticated dwarf Our visited islands are getting smaller and smaller. We anchored in St. Barths, just off the capital Gustavia. And we found it fantastic here. On the horizon we see Nevis & St. Kitts, Eustacia, Saba and only a few miles away St. Martin, our next destination. The water at our …

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Antigua to Barbuda

Barbuda: an island changes After three eventful weeks in Antigua, the sea was calling us again. We checked out in Jolly Harbor, but still wanted to visit the second part of the double state, Barbuda. The island is tiny, only 160 km2 in size with only 500 people. Unfortunately, check-out is often not possible there …

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