Potter’s By The Sea on Anegada

One of our favorite sails is from Virgin Gorda to Anegada.  We can pretend we are sailing far afield since you can’t see Anegada until you are almost upon it.  Once we dog leg through the reef and into the anchorage, the water is a beautiful turquoise against the shallow, white sand bottom:

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A short dingy ride takes us to Potter’s by the Sea where we can get information by day, and lobster by night!

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Potter’s is a bit deserted during the daytime, but the view looking out from the dock is quite pretty:P1010140

While we were strolling on the dock, we were lucky enough to strike up a conversation with Sam while he was herding the day’s catch.

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Sam gave us a lesson in lobsters and explained the differences between the males and females.  He was quite knowledgable and had a lot of information to share.  But that didn’t prevent him from preparing these snappy friends for dinner:

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Nighttime at Potter’s offers a delicious dinner in a crowded atmosphere that is as fun as Potter’s paint is colorful!  The first time we were there, a DJ was spinning music in great variety to please the young and not so young alike.  Sounds alternated between oldies, local sounds and current pop culture.

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The Limbo drew much participation and good humored challenges.

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We definitely recommend Potter’s by the Sea if you are interested in a high spirited, family atmosphere and, of course, some fabulous BVI lobster.

Posted on August 23, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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