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Beached_Santa_Cruz

Date Posted:10/31/2014 01:40:12Copy HTML

My flights to St. Martin from St. Thomas were cancelled.  So I'm pretty sure I'm going to take a ferry to Tortola.  Anyone have experience on that island?
Manthongs #1

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:12/31/2015 02:43:26Copy HTML

 The beaches do not seem to be thong friendly once i get back from my trip ill post more.
Beached_Santa_Cruz #2

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:12/31/2015 03:20:08Copy HTML

 I stayed at Sebastians and they have a very small beach by the hotel.  There was one young woman there that wore a Malibu Strings thong every day.  I didn't feel comfortable wearing my thong there.  I did go to Smugglers Cove where there were more people.  Several women in cheeky suits but I was the only one in a thong.  I did get a lot of stares but didn't care.

On St. Thomas I went to Sapphire Beach where there several women in thongs walking the beach.  I was the only guy in a thong but didn't have any problems there.
miaswim #3

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/06/2016 03:35:22Copy HTML

 Have to agree with the comments above.  I've sailed throughout the BVI's many times and Tortola and the surrounding islands are very conservative and not that thong friendly.  On the sailboat we'd wear thongs sailing all day, on remote beaches, exploring The Baths on Virgin Gorda (if there wasn't a cruise ship excursion there as well... WAY too crowded), but on the more popular beaches even a speedo-style swimsuit turns heads.
Another good spot for thonging in St Thomas is also Magen's Bay.  Been there in a thong several times as well as Little Magen's Bay, but that may not be as accessible with the homes that are being built in that area.
JM_Runs #4

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 03:01:34Copy HTML

Unless you are disabled and in a wheelchair,  I think the best way to do the BVI is on a sailboat.
Manthongs #5

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 09:14:30Copy HTML

 I was pretty disappointed. Scrub Island was rocky and not thong friendly at all. Hopefully our trip to St Lucia in April will be better. I agree with JM, better to see the BVI on a boat.



JM_Runs #6

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 09:23:42Copy HTML

Yes, there are some good beaches on the NW and N side of Tortola, and on Anagada.  Virgin Gorda as a few good beaches, as does Yost, and Peter,  and Guana Island.  Beyond that they get a bit small, with few islands having much more than a short stretch of sand, the rest being rocky. 

By boat you can visit may beaches that are perfect lunch stops, and a few of them are inaccessible to the regular tourists. And your boat becomes your own private sand free island.
pikeman #7

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 11:33:59Copy HTML

 Some years ago I was staying at Sebastians in August and wearing a small fitted bikini. I was alone and the hotel was pretty empty. I was enjoying the water and beach very much when I noticed an interesting-looking woman sitting under umbrella. When I walked back up the beach she waved me over. She was smiling and said hello and had a question for me. "Why are you white boys always wearing these swimsuits?" As she spoke she reached over with her free hand and cupped my balls.As it seemed she was favorable about them, (brief swimwear) it relieved me. I replied that in my case it was because I couldn't swim nude. Fondling me further, she offered me a glass of wine and invited me to sit down. That ended the fondling, but we had a pleasant chat until she passed out. She told me about a stretch of beach near Cane Garden Bay where I could swim nude, and it was incredible.I didn't get her name, and don't think she was staying at the hotel. And I never saw her again. No more fondling . . . :)I found Tortola friendly, but not a place where nudity was common, even among the tourists. 
pikeman #8

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 11:35:13Copy HTML

 Some years ago I was staying at Sebastians in August and wearing a small fitted bikini. I was alone and the hotel was pretty empty. I was enjoying the water and beach very much when I noticed an interesting-looking woman sitting under umbrella. When I walked back up the beach she waved me over. She was smiling and said hello and had a question for me. "Why are you white boys always wearing these swimsuits?" As she spoke she reached over with her free hand and cupped my balls.As it seemed she was favorable about them, (brief swimwear) it relieved me. I replied that in my case it was because I couldn't swim nude. Fondling me further, she offered me a glass of wine and invited me to sit down. That ended the fondling, but we had a pleasant chat until she passed out. She told me about a stretch of beach near Cane Garden Bay where I could swim nude, and it was incredible.I didn't get her name, and don't think she was staying at the hotel. And I never saw her again. No more fondling . . . :)I found Tortola friendly, but not a place where nudity was common, even among the tourists. 
pikeman #9

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2016 11:35:32Copy HTML

 Some years ago I was staying at Sebastians in August and wearing a small fitted bikini. I was alone and the hotel was pretty empty. I was enjoying the water and beach very much when I noticed an interesting-looking woman sitting under umbrella. When I walked back up the beach she waved me over. She was smiling and said hello and had a question for me. "Why are you white boys always wearing these swimsuits?" As she spoke she reached over with her free hand and cupped my balls.As it seemed she was favorable about them, (brief swimwear) it relieved me. I replied that in my case it was because I couldn't swim nude. Fondling me further, she offered me a glass of wine and invited me to sit down. That ended the fondling, but we had a pleasant chat until she passed out. She told me about a stretch of beach near Cane Garden Bay where I could swim nude, and it was incredible.I didn't get her name, and don't think she was staying at the hotel. And I never saw her again. No more fondling . . . :)I found Tortola friendly, but not a place where nudity was common, even among the tourists. 
thong4me #10

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:05/02/2016 01:31:28Copy HTML

Hello,
I've thonged consistently on St. John and st. Thomas, but the wife and I are planning a new trip to the BVI's.... But before we do, I've read that scrub island is not that thong friendly...... Really?   North beach looks pretty long and expansive.
Second, it sounds like a cat or private sailboat is best......but can anyone make a recommendation?   I'd like to do 3-4 at scrub and 3 on a boat....(boat first).
Any advice or experience for a good itinerary?  At worst, I rebook on St. John, visit and sail from there.... But I'd like another island as base.
With my wife I will thong anywhere --- but cover when walking when needed.
Advice or ideas?




car57 #11

Re:Tortola beaches or hotels?

Date Posted:01/07/2017 06:45:19Copy HTML

Anyone have any updates on where to wear a thong on Tortola?  Heading there for a week at the end of the month and then onward to my favorite, St John for another week. 
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