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Old 01-26-2008, 02:17 PM   #1
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- Goin in two weeks

-Does anyone know the fishing regulations for the Spanish Virgins. We arent serious about it ...just might like to drop a line and lose some lures. -- Goin in two weeks

-Also any best anchorages not to miss

-where to check in

-AVERAGE sail time back to Tortola or Norman Island- I know it depends but I plan on leaving around 6:30 and hope to be back by early afternoon even with headwinds.

- Any dont miss Drinking establishments/ resturaunts....

Thanks For any help

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Old 01-26-2008, 06:04 PM   #2
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I anchored right at the foot of the airport on Culebra. You can check in at the airport. Couple of places right there for drinks, and food. Plus you can take the dinghy to the other side of the town through the canal. On the weekend the small group of islands near El Fajardo, east end of P.R., are hopping with locals. Might be a fun spot to people watch.

Be careful of the Christmas winds. They might make for some interesting sailing..........

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Old 01-27-2008, 12:36 PM   #3
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The sailing weather is absolutely lovely around these parts this time of year. Wind has been blowing 10 ~ 15 knots for the past two weeks.

Culabrita and the entire south coast of Vieques should not be missed. Be aware that popular anchorages can get a bit crowded on weekends, as the entire "Puerto Rican Navy" seems to come out on their sport fishing boats enmasse to party Party PARTY!

And, to the best of my knowledge, regulations for fishing in the manner you mention are non-existent. Lobsters are in season right now, too!

Are you flying into San Juan or St Thomas? If time allows - spend a day and a night in Old San Juan, one of the most vibrant and historic cities in all of the Caribbean.

Have fun!

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