Approved locations for the four day self-isolation. You can spend the night in these bays and even go ashore. Please remember to socially distance yourself from others during these 4 days.
Benures Bay, Norman Island: This is the larger of the two bays on the northern coast of Norman Island with several overnight mooring balls. It’s the perfect spot to sit in your cockpit, sipping sundowners enjoying the spectacular BVI sunsets. For the explorers, land your dinghy on the south-east end of the pebble beach and secure it to a tree and follow the trail to Money Bay.
Soldier Bay, Norman Island: Smaller of the two anchorages where you can pick up an overnight mooring ball. With reefs to the west side, this bay is ideal for snorkeling.
White Bay, Peter Island: A good place to spend the day on anchor while you explore the south side of Peter Island. Land your dinghy on the beach for a day trip to this secluded beach.
Little Harbour, Peter Island: Great anchorage with amazing snorkeling.
Great Harbour, Peter Island: Protected harbour with mooring balls, excellent overnight spot.
Dead Man’s Bay, Peter Island: Legend has it that that Deadman’s Beach was named after the pirates who were marooned on neighboring Dead Chest Island and washed up on these shores. Anchor here and snorkel in the crystal clear waters.
Malone Bay, North Sound VG: Located between Blunder Bay and Leverick Bay, this anchorage has depth and a sea grass bottom. Settle here for the night for after spending the day at the Dogs.
George Dog, the Dogs: Ideal spot to pick up a National Parks Trust mooring just off of the beach and stay for lunch and a snorkel trip. No overnighting on this spot.
Lee Bay, Great Camanoe: Lee Bay is one of the best overnight anchorages in the BVI as it is well protected in most weather conditions. There’s good depth, good swimming and good snorkeling. Lee bay has a rocky shoreline, but you can land a dinghy here.
Muskmelon Bay, Guana Island: This pristine bay is just north of White Bay and is a designated marine protection area. Pick up a mooring ball and spend the day snorkeling amongst the beautiful reefs.
Manchioneel Bay, Little Jost Van Dyke: This delightful anchorage in about 12 feet of water, perfect for snorkeling and swimming.
Please note: You may not go ashore at Little Harbour, Great Harbour and Dead Man’s Bay at Peter Island.