The British Virgin Islands-
A Place Made For Sailing!
Rich in sailing
lore from the Age of Discovery, of colonies in strange lands,
and the Rousseauean dream of the simpler, more noble "man in
nature," the BVI's Sir Francis Drake Channel evokes these dim
the picturesque, small mountains of volcanic origin, the British
Virgin Islands are close together for fine, short sails amongst
ever-changing vistas of verdant slopes and sparkling seas,
leading to overnight stays in exquisite bays and intimate coves.
Yes, still we
go down to the sea for that quest, for adventure in exotic
climes, and that life more primitive, a simpler existence, and
in touch with an inner, finer being we know is there, to be
drawn out by the islands.