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scottlyn
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Recent best snorkling and little known stops?
      #1731733 - 05/01/17 04:10 PM (47.221.20.211)

We have not been able to sail the BVIs in the last 4 years, and are so excited to be back later this month! Does anyone have any recommendations for snorkeling spots? Or any little known spots that we should check out? Thanks!!

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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: scottlyn]
      #1731753 - 05/01/17 06:07 PM (71.53.23.81)

Little known spots need to be kept that way

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scottlyn
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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: HillsideView]
      #1731791 - 05/01/17 10:44 PM (47.221.20.211)

The last time that we sailed (4 years ago), someone told us about the cannon and cannon balls--great snorkeling spot behind Saba Rock, and we all really enjoyed it! That is the type of thing that we are looking for.

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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: scottlyn]
      #1731796 - 05/02/17 01:41 AM (184.166.21.62)

Diamond Cay, between Marina Cay and Scrub, there are dinghy balls at the snorkel spot, very nice

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Deepcut
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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: sail2wind]
      #1731797 - 05/02/17 05:39 AM (71.12.156.163)

Not secret, but new.... Ship(Kodiak Queen?) just sunk near Mountain Point to make a dive reef

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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: sail2wind]
      #1731805 - 05/02/17 06:40 AM (47.54.108.112)

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sail2wind said:
Diamond Cay, between Marina Cay and Scrub, there are dinghy balls at the snorkel spot, very nice




On the list for after we pick up Brian and Bridget

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ski2play
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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: Sandsailsun]
      #1731810 - 05/02/17 07:36 AM (128.151.71.21)

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Sandsailsun said:
Quote:

sail2wind said:
Diamond Cay, between Marina Cay and Scrub, there are dinghy balls at the snorkel spot, very nice





On the list for after we pick up Brian and Bridget





Delightful spot! Hit it two Sundays ago with the husband.

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scottlyn
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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: ski2play]
      #1731826 - 05/02/17 09:57 AM (47.221.20.211)

Thank you all so much! We didn't know about either spot, and will definitely try them both, and report back!
25 sleeps and counting until we are in paradise. !!


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BoatDrinks2
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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: scottlyn]
      #1731827 - 05/02/17 10:03 AM (74.254.75.246)

Where are the cannon and cannonballs located? My kids would think that's really cool!

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Re: Recent best snorkling and little known stops? [Re: BoatDrinks2]
      #1731829 - 05/02/17 10:12 AM (184.182.182.178)

We really like The Indians. Well known, but a crowd pleaser.

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