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 By Alexander Britell A beach day at Soggy. A rum night at Cooper. Lobster dinners on Anegada. Beach hopping on Cane Garden Bay. Snorkeling around The Dogs. Enjoying the splendor of the North Sound. Chartering a sailboat around the BVI …

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A New Place to Stay in Anegada

 By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton Cow Wreck Beach. It’s the sort of iconic beach bar where you spend all day, bobbing in the ocean and lazing around until sunset. It’s one of the most popular spots on Anegada, a …

Neptune’s Treasure Hotel Returns in Anegada

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean’s lobster capital, Anegada, has been a symbol of the British Virgin Islands’ post-Hurricane-Irma recovery, and now another of the island’s best places to stay has relaunched. The Neptune’s Treasure hotel, perhaps most famous …

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 By Alexander Britell One of the coolest hotels in the Caribbean has officially reopened in the wake of last year’s storms. The Anegada Beach Club on the beach-filled island of Anegada in the British Virgin Islands reopened its doors on …

 By Alexander Britell It’s hard to think of a more remarkable trip in the Caribbean than a sailing journey across the British Virgin Islands. It’s something I’ve had the privilege of doing several times, and each time it felt life-changing …

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 By Alexander Britell The perfect Caribbean vacation often includes at least one lobster meal featuring some of the freshest, tastiest lobster in the world. But what if you could travel somewhere where lobster is on every menu, at every restaurant, …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff The popular Anegada Lobster Festival on the island of Anegada in the British Virgin Islands will go ahead this year, the BVI Tourist Board announced. The now-annual festival will take place in November despite damage …

 Anegada: it’s the remote, beach-filled outpost of the British Virgin Islands, a throwback to the Old Caribbean that remains one of the region’s undiscovered gems. More importantly, though, Anegada is without question the Caribbean capital of lobster — thanks to a …

 It’s one of the first things you see on arrival into Anegada, the far-off outpost of the British Virgin Islands that’s one of the region’s beach capitals: the Anegada Reef Hotel. And this venerable hotel on a patch of sand …

 The only thing better than lobster is, well, more lobster. That’s definitely the case at Deckers Caribbean Inspired Grille in Grand Cayman, which has cultivated one of the Caribbean’s best-kept culinary secrets. Every Tuesday and Saturday evening, the Seven Mile …

 Exploring the Queen’s Gardens By Alexander Britell SABA — I don’t eat lobster very often. Sure, I like it. But when I go to a restaurant that seems good, I always feel that the way to see what the restaurant …

 By Nigel SpenceCJ Contributor Bwoy, I hear seh Jamaica slowly a fret again! No sooner than dem get hit with the mosquito-borne disease Chik-V, which according to the song, “mek a bag a young people walk ole” is as quick …

 Above: lobster on the grill at the Four Seasons Resort Nevis By Alexander Britell NEVIS — There’s fresh lobster and there’s fresh lobster. The latter is the kind where you’re there when it happens — or you know the one …

 Above: a slipper lobster at Grand Case’s Le Pressoir (All photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell and Guy Britton ST MARTIN— Sleeper lobster. It’s called that because it sleeps so far below the surface. Or so we thought. The waiter presented …

 Above: the lobster thermidor at Pineapple Pete’s (all photos by CJ) At Pinepple Pete, they say it’s so famous you should ask for its autograph. It’s the Lobster Thermidor at Pineapple Pete’s in St Maarten, and it’s almost certainly the …

 By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon Twenty-five minutes’ wait for a patty? You’ve got to be kidding me! I’ve driven 20 miles from home out to the hinterlands of Kendall, where I’ve heard from reliable sources that Sonia’s Patties …

 Above: Anegada (all photos by CJ) By Alexander Britell ANEGADA — The sand is white. Not off-white, not golden. There are vibrant beach restaurants, welcoming watering holes and empty roads. Not to mention that this place has a lobster surplus …

 Above: Cow Wreck Lobster Fritters (Photo: Tracey Gonzales) By Sarah Greaves-GabbadonCJ Travel Editor On Nov. 29 and 30, as part of the month-long BVI Food Fete, the British Virgin Islands will host the annual Anegada Lobster Festival, where the best …