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The British Virgin Islands (BVIs) have long been synonymous with one dive: the RMS Rhone. Sunk in 1867, the wreck came to fame with the movie, The Deep, and has grown in popularity since and, rightfully so. It’s a multifaceted dive, with easy penetrations, lots of artifacts and thick coats of marine life. But, it’s not the only dive in the BVI’s. The wreck of the Chikuzen has been giving the Rhone a run for its money and would probably be more popular if it wasn’t weather dependent. If you’re not a wreck aficionado, the BVI’s offer a variety of diving off most of it’s approximately 36 island, and dive shops can be found on Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Peter Island, and Anegada. Above the water, the BVIs is the sailing capital of the Caribbean, with more rooms afloat than on land, and hundreds of quiet, sandy coves to anchor in. Dive shops will even pick you up and drop you off to your sailboat. Besides, diving, some of the world’s most famous beach bars, Foxy’s, Soggy Dollar, Willy T, among others, will keep you in the local drink, the Painkiller.

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