We all slept in late thanks to the epic night before on Anegada. We had a later breakfast which made for a perfect slow moving morning. We anchored at Sandy Cay, waited for the 15-minute storm to pass by, jumped in and snorkeled to the tiny island.The snorkeling is decent especially on the other side of this island. It was really windy and choppy so it wasn’t as clear but there was still a lot of life. Look how cute and tiny this island is.
Be sure to look closely at the sand, it has a TON of pink in it!It started to rain so we headed back in.We then cruised on over to a spot not many go which is strange because we all could agree it was one of our most favorite spots! Its called, Little Jost Van Dyke.
We anchored and the boys actually made it to shore without spilling their drinks on the SUP board.
It was just us tucked away in this tiny cove drinking at the little B-Line bar. We played some great games of bag-o! My friend Josh and I killed it no big deal.
Me being the girl I am, went exploring the coast a bit before sunset and came across some cool sites!
The Sailing Swan looking good in the distance.Just creeping on the whole gang.
The coastal tip was beautiful. There were so many colors in the stone.
I was amused by the reef as the waves would wash over and show it self.
All the way to the left there was a hallowed out rock. It was relaxing to sit and watch the water flow in and out of. After the sun went down we all played many games of Euchre, a popular Michigan based card game. Surprisingly, our captain Adam, who is from England already knew how to play and was quite decent! Though, we can’t give him too much credit since he had some other Michigan folk on his boat a few weeks prior that taught him how to play.If your exploring the BVI be sure to stop by this little cove! You won’t regret it!
DAY 5 ITINERARY
Sailed from Anegada -> Sandy Spit Island (snorkeled, explored) 2 hours -> Sailed-> Little Jost Van Dyke Cove (B-Line Bar, Bag-O, exploring) docked for the night.
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