2. Sail across to Anegada Island
Like The Baths, Anegada is famed for its contrasting geological story.
Instead of volcanos or granite erosion, it was coral that raised this small cay above the Caribbean swells millions of years ago, giving it a curiously flat appearance – with a high point less than 10 meters above sea level, this one’s hardly mountain-speckled Tortola! Thanks to the low-lying topography, Anegada also comes ringed with one of the most diverse and interesting reefs in the region: Horseshoe Reef.
This turquoise and coral coloured dash that spans southwards from the isle is home to oodles of shipwrecks and bone fishing spots, and also yields some of the freshest lobster catches in the entire BVI. One thermidor please.