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Norman Island

Since 1843, legend has told that treasure is buried on Norman Island, supposedly the prototype for Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. It fits the bill: Norman is the BVI’s largest uninhabited landmass – thoug…
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Salt Island

This T-shaped island is a forlorn place. The salt making (which gave the place its name) still goes on, but the RMS Rhone is the big attraction now. The Rhone crashed against the rocks off the southwest coast during…
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Cooper Island

Lying about 4 miles south of Tortola, Cooper Island is a moderately hilly cay and is virtually undeveloped except for the Cooper Island Beach Club, whose restaurant, rum bar and brewery make it a popular anchorage f…
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Cooper Island Beach Club Restaurant

This casual restaurant is a premier gathering spot for boaters. Curried-chicken rotis, jerk pork tenderloin and greenshell mussels in white-wine sauce all have exceptional flavor. The rum bar and on-site solar-power…
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William Thornton

The original Willy T's was destroyed in Hurricane Irma. Version 2.0 of this floating bar is bigger and cleaner, though just as rowdy. Conch fritters and barbecue ribs are merely side dishes for all the booze. Body s…
Island in The Little Sisters

Peter Island

This lofty L-shaped landmass, about 4 miles south of Tortola, is the BVI’s fifth-largest island and home to the luxurious Peter Island Resort (ravaged by the 2017 hurricanes but in line to reopen). The island remain…
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Pirates Bight

This open-air pavilion on the beach at The Bight pours an awful lot of rum (and gin, and tequila, and vodka). Chicken rotis, conch fritters and grilled mahimahi sandwiches help soak it up. Kick back in the waterside…