Cane Garden Bay Webcam No.1

The OceanTrader.Co Cane Garden Bay webcam is online and producing delightful pics of this enchanting location in the British Virgin Islands.  The photo stream updates often and this internet porthole should give the Ocean Trader viewers neat pics of this gorgeous Caribbean anchorage as we approach the sailing high season. Putting a webcam online is no small feat. This time we had the help of The Lighthouse Villas which is, of course, located on the mountainside in Cane Garden Bay. The Lighthouse Villas are probably the finest accommodations that a sailor, or ground pounder can find in this popular BVI destination. The Ocean Trader posse was afforded an exceptionally luxe villa on the upper level where we could actually hear the boat crew conversations echoing across the water. The Lighthouse Villas are located on the mountainside with an elevated view of the bay and the islands in the distance. The changing atmospherics produce scenes that are both spectacular and uplifting. Happy hour was our favorite time of the day to enjoy these vistas.

Cane garden Bay webcam No. 1OceanTrader.Co also maintains another webcam of the Cruz Bay anchorage in St. John, Virgin Islands. This particular webcam was our first. It has proven to be one of the most popular Caribbean webcams on the inter-web. We are happy so many people check this webcam on a daily basis. No doubt it fires the imagination of many cubicle dwellers, and offers immediate relief from the work routine while providing the promise of better days to come. As for the sailors and adventure travelers that actually make it to this idyllic spot in paradise, you will be able to hoist your oversize banners, flags and libations to an adoring and virtual audience back home. All they will need is an internet connection and the webcam URL. The Cane Garden Bay webcam No.1 will allow the world to count the outrageous numbers of yachts that sail into this fun port. The anchorage is one of the best in the Virgin Islands. There are mooring balls and fairly good holding ground in 7 to 15 feet of water. The only time you might want to avoid Cane Garden Bay is when there is a ground sea, or swell rolling in from North Atlantic storms. Shoreside there are numerous restaurants and entertainment possibilities that your crew will embrace. There are also small grocery stores that are well stocked, and a few places to dump your garbage. If you are very ambitious you can take a taxi up to Sage Mountain to do the trail hikes, or just take photos of the awesome mountain and seascapes. Collecting and consuming the wild mushrooms (psilocybin “magic” mushrooms) fueled by the cow dung is still frowned on by the authorities, but that does not appear to stop a few of the local sailors cruising in from nearby islands.  Image © ocean trader

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