Neptune's Treasure

Southwestern Shore, Anegada, Virgin Islands British | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Anegada

Great food and awesome sunsets

A travel blog entry by caribesail on Jun 15, 2011

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The sail from Saba to Anegada is one that everyone should make at some stage in their life, especially if you have been to the BVI but never been to Anegada. The island itself is not that attractive compared to its sister islands in The BVI. Anegada is a very flat low lying island; however, the beauty of the island is the continuous strip of white …

Still here!

A travel blog entry by lucyburks

... the comings and goings of the different boats in Gt Harbour. Everything from the boars full of load Yank spring break kids to the day trippers from the smaller cruise ships. God Americans are loud! All for now, hopefully the next blog will be from Jolly Harbour. I can't tell you how much Lucy is looking forward to the trip back! And another thing........ Why is it that when the crew drops the boat hook over the side it's the captain's ...

Gorda Sound, Virgin Gorda - swimming in Devils Bay

A travel blog entry by pdh61

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... wash the salty sea water taste from our mouths. Just too hot to hang around on a beach with spectacular views across the sound so we go by tender to Bitter End Yacht club on the east of the Island. A quick walk around the marina and back to the Ship by tender. A short siesta! On deck to watch The Maltese Falcon (worlds most expensive yacht) sail right passed us! Spectacular. Once again on deck to the sound of Van Gelis playing as we raise the sails and set out of the ...

Great Expectations, Great Escapes

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... was all the incentive we needed to go check it out. This decision was made easier by the mild conditions in the forecast and the short distance back to any of several BVI anchorages in case the choice didn’t pan out. So we departed Sandy Spit at 0830 on Thursday, January 12 bound for Tobago Island and the mystery anchorage. Cue Indiana Jones theme song….

We sailed downwind on genoa alone and arrived at the anchorage spot on the west ...

Moving Back Westward Through the BVI

A travel blog entry by pas_de_deux

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... wind ENE at 14-18 kts.

We left North Sound for the final time on Monday, January 9 and sailed out the shortcut again for the short sail straight to Great Dog to arrive at 0930 (18 28'47"N 064 27'22"W). We were the early birds this day and picked up one of the two available balls for non-commercial vessels. There is an extensive reef area at the south shore of this island. Some of it is extremely shallow and you would not be ...

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This hotel, located on Southwestern Shore, Anegada, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNeptune's Treasure Anegada

    Reviewed by caribesail

    the best lobester in the caribbean

    Reviewed Jun 15, 2011
    by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    This place is iconic, its just down from the infamous Anegada Reef Hotel; however, the atmosphere is so relaxed you can almost feel like you a guest in the proprietor's house. The bar works on the honor system, simply put you pay for what you drink and put the money in a jar. The Lobster is the best. To this day, I have never eaten a lobster so sweet than from Neptune's. It is so fresh you actually go down on the dock and select the gut you want. Captains and crew always get a free lobster at Neptunes fro bringing their charter guests ashore.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Neptune's Treasure Anegada

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding