In this episode, part two of the British Virgin Islands video series, we start off on a mooring ball in Trellis Bay, Tortola. With two guests we then sail along playing a kid-made board game to Road Town. We anchor off Peter Island for the night and then head to Cane Garden Bay to celebrate our daughter, Sienna’s, birthday.
We’ll then take you for a hike up Sage Mountain with a few other buddy boats. We’ll show you what cruisers get unto for fun when swimming gets boring, we stop in Nanny Key to get fuel and check out the hurricane damage and a couple other boaties sail with us to Spanish Town to book out in preparation for our trip to St Kitts.
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