Sail Away With The Moorings

“There are two sides to the British Virgin Islands,” our captain Martin Street says after we’ve settled aboard The Moorings 5800 Legacy Edition catamaran at sunset, explaining that the archipelago is known on one hand for its idyllic scenery, secluded coves and snorkelling spots, and on the other a beach-side party scene. “What do you want to see?”

As first-timers, do we need to explore some of the most unique attractions of the Caribbean destination like its swimmable caves and the granite boulders at The Baths? Absolutely, writes assistant editor, Ann Ruppenstein in this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.

Is soaking up the sun a must after months of enduring the long Canadian winter? No question.

Do we need to try a Painkiller, the drink concocted in this very location? I think yes, maybe even twice in the name of research.

So, like a choose your own adventure novel, we opt to experience both.

For the full story, check out this week’s digital edition of Travel Courier.