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Provisioning vs grocery shopping BVI #280067
04/12/2022 09:26 PM
04/12/2022 09:26 PM
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Shirley M Offline OP
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Hi. First time to BVI. There are 4 couples renting a 50’ catamaran with Moorings. We are taking a ferry from St Thomas and get to the Moorings marina by 10:30am. We can get on our boat at Noon. Trying to figure out if a grocery store is convenient and has good selection so we can go shopping for breakfast, lunch, water , beer , wine and liquor and carry it all back to the boat. Moorings offers a provisional service and I think there might be a couple other options for grocery and or alcohol but not sure if we should use them. Would love your input. Thanks

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Re: Provisioning vs grocery shopping BVI [Re: Shirley M] #280707
04/20/2022 08:30 PM
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Lots of easy walking options. The front reception desk will help you make easy sense of it.
I own a 50' Moorings managed cat and have so for 20+ years now. Its very simple and the stores are huge with lots of variety.
...all good

Re: Provisioning vs grocery shopping BVI [Re: Shirley M] #280708
04/20/2022 08:32 PM
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oh yeah, you won't be able to carry it all back to the boat, but there are taxis that will take you and your 200lbs of provisions back to the Moorings base.


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