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Once we set anchor in the Bay at Salt Island we jumped on the dingy and headed to shore. The island is known for sea glass on the beach and shoes were required. The resort on the island had been closed and was in pretty...More
We enjoyed a fabulous surface interval here between our dives. There was a nice beach and picnic table to enjoy a picnic lunch. I wouldn't probably go here though for a beach afternoon. But great between dives.
We moored on the western bay near the sunken wreck. Great snorkeling area and then took the dinghy ashore around the point to the the salt settlement pier.
Well worth climbing to the top of the hill for a great view. Little bit of a...More
We initially went to Salt Island to snorkel the HMS Rhone but it was a little rough in the water for a few of us, so we decided to hang out on the beach area the the right of the Rhone wreck. Well, we were...More
The picture in the BVI tour book makes this place look much, much nicer than it is. I thought it might be cool to see the salt pond in the middle of the island - so we went on an adventure.
We were dropped off...More
The waters were a bit rough here to really get a good view of the Rhone that sank here in the 1800's, but it was still very interesting. You can hike to the salt pond in the center of the island, and view the small...More