Traveltalkonline.com Forums


BVI Cruise Schedule TTOL Sponsors BVI Travel Calendar
Forum Statistics
Forums39
Topics38,591
Posts311,712
Members26,555
Most Online2,218
Jan 21st, 2020
Top Posters(30 Days)
RonDon 49
fabila 44
Zanshin 40
JeanneB 36
Kennys 34
Member Spotlight
MrTim-BTV
MrTim-BTV
Essex Junction, VT
Posts: 48
Joined: April 2019
Show All Member Profiles 
Today's Birthdays
Marc1000
Who's Online Now
13 registered members (louismcc, vetteguy, lhbsurf, mark37, Kennys, GeorgeC1, Fitzhughlaw, cbinparadise, Lionsail, 4 invisible), 548 guests, and 75 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Previous Thread
Next Thread
Print Thread
Rate Thread
Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? #313017
02/03/2024 09:28 PM
02/03/2024 09:28 PM
Joined: Oct 2003
Posts: 799
San Diego, CA
G
gjconsult Offline OP
Traveler
gjconsult  Offline OP
Traveler
G
Joined: Oct 2003
Posts: 799
San Diego, CA
Hello, we are returning to BVI after 10 years. About halfway through the trip I like to overnight at dock to refill water (if needed) offload trash and take a full shower.
Im looking at new places I haven’t visited before such as Oil Nut marina in Deep Bay or Blunder Bay. I cannot find any information on Blunder Bay website whether they have shower facilities. The Leverick Bay website states the showers are closed for renovation.

Thanks for the help

Last edited by gjconsult; 02/03/2024 09:29 PM.
BVI Sponsors
Re: Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? [Re: gjconsult] #313020
02/04/2024 09:46 AM
02/04/2024 09:46 AM
Joined: Mar 2020
Posts: 390
Virgin Gorda, BVI
V
VirginGordaResident Offline
Traveler
VirginGordaResident  Offline
Traveler
V
Joined: Mar 2020
Posts: 390
Virgin Gorda, BVI
-Leverick Bay showers have reopened (although not my favorite. Tend to be pretty hot and have lots of mosquitos)
-Oil Nut Bay Marina Village has showers
-Unsure of Blunder Bay, but I do not believe so

-Best marina showers in the North Sound are still far and away at BEYC IMO. You get your own private stall with sink, toilet and mirror. Hard to beat that

Last edited by VirginGordaResident; 02/04/2024 09:46 AM.
Re: Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? [Re: gjconsult] #313021
02/04/2024 10:17 AM
02/04/2024 10:17 AM
Joined: Jun 2020
Posts: 1,153
M
MIDiver Offline
Traveler
MIDiver  Offline
Traveler
M
Joined: Jun 2020
Posts: 1,153
Agree that on the BEYC showers. Wonderful. We never need a water fill as we have a water maker but those showers are a luxury.

Re: Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? [Re: gjconsult] #313095
02/05/2024 09:01 PM
02/05/2024 09:01 PM
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 321
Hilton Head, SC
Steve27 Offline
Traveler
Steve27  Offline
Traveler
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 321
Hilton Head, SC
No shower on your boat?


Cruising the local waters here in SC and GA. Love the BVIs and miss the Tradewinds!
Re: Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? [Re: gjconsult] #313101
02/06/2024 07:55 AM
02/06/2024 07:55 AM
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 2,523
Grenada
Zanshin Offline
Traveler
Zanshin  Offline
Traveler
Joined: Mar 2008
Posts: 2,523
Grenada
@Steve27 - That comment speaks of someone who hasn't sailed. Despite having a watermaker and a large shower aboard, there's no comparison to a real shower ashore. And for those who don't have a watermaker, the shower water consumption can be horrendous - particularly when non-sailors keep that water running all the time...


[Linked Image]
Re: Blunder Bay Marina-Showers? [Re: Zanshin] #313164
02/06/2024 10:05 PM
02/06/2024 10:05 PM
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 321
Hilton Head, SC
Steve27 Offline
Traveler
Steve27  Offline
Traveler
Joined: Nov 2009
Posts: 321
Hilton Head, SC
That comment speaks of someone who hasn't sailed. I have sailed and big reason I dont choose too. So the comment you made to dig at me is kind of funny do to its someone that assumes as you do. So you still admit there IS a shower on board yet assume I am ignorant and met there was no shower on board. Next time I will type slower for you.


Cruising the local waters here in SC and GA. Love the BVIs and miss the Tradewinds!

Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.6.1