Little Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands is a small island located on the east side of Jost Van Dyke. Both islands take their name from the 17th-century Dutch privateer Joost van Dyk. He was one of the first Dutch settlers in this area, and as a former pirate, he used it as a hideout. Later, a former Quaker colony called it home in the 18th century. “Little Jost” is a small island about 163 acres and the perfect spot for anchoring for a day while on your Crewed BVI Catamaran Charter. It offers no major establishment but beautiful beaches and fantastic snorkeling and diving opportunities abound thanks to an extensive reef system that surrounds it.
Marinas are not available but two anchorages sites can be used. The passage between Little Jost Van Dyke and Jost Van Dyke is blocked by reefs and the breaking swell. We do not advise spending the night on your chartered yacht in this location. Ten mooring balls are available.
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