We have been around several spots in the British Virgin Islands over the past few days with our guests, Karen’s friends Bill and Cindy. Bill is an avid diver and has helped me get the mechanics of using our surface supplied air system worked out. It does take a bit of time to get it all assembled for a morning’s dive, but once together and running, it works great.
Tonight we are in the Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor. It was interesting, they seem to be a constant source of radio chatter from boats looking for a slip for the night, but when we get here, they are mostly empty…
An interesting marina with a boatyard attached to it. They are in the process of commissioning a 350ton travel lift. Interesting because they have the travel lift mostly assembled, but the yard to put the big boats in is nowhere near ready. It seems project management is not the local strong suit!
We are headed to Ginger Island tomorrow for more diving. Then back to Nanny Cay to drop out guests off, and get ready to head north.
Right now our plans are to head directly from here to New Jersey. We might stop by Bermuda since it is more or less on the way, but that remains to be seen. In the next day or so I will start tracking the weather to see when it makes sense to head north.