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 PUERTO RICO - THE SPANISH VIRGIN ISLANDS?

"My personal favorite ports of call in Puerto Rico include Boqueron, an especially fun place to stop. Boqueron is a ramshackle beach town on the southwest coast that offers a good anchorage and a lively, informal nightlife. With its local artists, laid-back atmosphere, and Puerto Rican holidaymakers, it reminds me of the way Key West (Florida) might have been 40 years ago! Another favorite, Playa de Salinas, is an excellent south coast hurricane hole. The harbor is just a 10-minute taxi ride from the attractive and accommodating town of Salinas, and adjacent to some terrific gunk holing in Bahia de Jobos. Of course, we loved Isla de Culebra with its many fine anchorages and quiet island lifestyle."
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 (Submitted by Noel Thu Jun 24, 2004 )

  


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