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March 11, 2005

Busy days in the V.I.

Haven't had much time to write here lately. The season has been busy and we are working on a lot of behind the scenes changes to USVI-On-Line and Caribbean-On-Line - hopefully you will get to see some of them soon. We have had record traffic the last 2 months and record sales to go along with it, thanks to all of you who came to the site (and a special thanks to all who buy!). We sold about 30 trips to the U.S.V.I. in January and February.

We also had a nice write up in MarketWatch.com by part time St. Johnian Frank Barnako, who also happens to author the News Of St. John blog.

We did have some time to have some fun too - that included a one day trip to Anegada recently while an old friend was visiting from NJ. I put up some pictures of the outstanding Loblolly Bay area here if you are curious. The snorkeling was top notch - deep water, huge reefs, amazing specimens of coral and fish. We are planning to spend a few days there this June, staying right on Loblolly Bay on Lavenda Breeze. After that trip I will have a more detailed report of Anegada and more pictures, including (I hope) some of the flamingos too.

This week saw the arrival of the Mirabella V in the harbor (pic below) which as of this post is the tallest single masted ship in the world. It is pretty impressive. It is the ship out in the harbor on the right just at the point of Hassle Island.

Posted by afinta at March 11, 2005 02:58 PM