Low-lying and flat, Anegada is known as The Drowned Island and is quite different from the other islands in the BVI.  Surrounded by reefs and shipwrecks, Anegada has superb white sand beaches and is famous as a wildlife sanctuary. A series of salt water ponds in the center of the island are home to colonies of pink Caribbean flamingos, herons and ospreys.

While visiting Anegada on your yacht charter you might also spot one of the endangered rock iguanas that grow up to 5-feet long.  Anegada’s beaches can be accessed by bicycle, motorbike or car, all of which are available to rent. Bone Bight and Cow Wreck beaches are both superb, and there is excellent snorkeling and scuba diving in the clear turquoise waters of Loblolly Bay. Fishing is a big thing on Anegada and the lobster here is world-famous.

Make sure that you set aside time for a leisurely meal to enjoy this local speciality, washed down with a few cold beers or some rum cocktails. Sparsely populated and unspoilt, a stop at Anegada is the perfect antidote to some of the busier spots in the British Virgin Islands.



  • Moorings are available in the inner harbour and there are anchorages with good holding in both the inner and outer harbours
  • Dinghy dockage is also available

To Do:

  • Swimming
  • Snorkelling
  • Fishing


  • Ice
  • Laundry
  • Provisions
  • Internet access