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On a good year, he makes about five trips to the BVI with eight people, which includes friends and family. He normally makes stops at Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Norman Island and Jost Van Dyke.

“We sometimes stay on the boat in the marina, or sometimes in a hotel,” Mr. “We go out to restaurants and sometimes take tours.

Whenever there is an event, such as Christmas in July, Lopez communicates with boaters through e-mail and on a one-on-one basis, which he has found to be very effective.

He said the Puerto Rican Navy comprises of the “one-percenters” or “high-end” market in Puerto Rico. We contribute a lot to the economy of the British Virgin Islands.” BVITB Director, Sharon Flax-Mars said she doesn’t know of any other demographic that travels to the Territory in such large numbers at any one time.

The BVITB Director also suggested hotels offer packages to cash in on the presence of Puerto Rican visitors.

“I think there are more opportunities for businesses to become more engaging,” Ms. Nowadays, Puerto Ricans are not only visiting the BVI once a year.

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“I think there are more opportunities for businesses to become more engaging,” Ms. Nowadays, Puerto Ricans are not only visiting the BVI once a year.On average, the annual income of the boaters is $600,000 to $1.5 million. The BVI Tourist Board (BVITB) helps facilitate on-site immigration services and entertainment and according to Mr. The proximity of the two territories and their mutual love of power boating are some of the reasons why it is possible, she added.The territory, which has a population of about 3.6 million people, is the third most populated island in the Caribbean. Lopez, they, have always supported the Puerto Rican Navy. “They are very important to the economy, especially at a time of year when we don’t have a peak in US visitors,” Ms. “It gives us a little boost going into the slow season.” She explained that a lot of the tourists from Puerto Rico utilize marina services, and this year during Christmas in July, The Moorings and Sunsail saw an increase in the number of boats that were chartered. Lopez estimates that in July, as many as 2,000 boats of all sizes with an average of five persons on board made the trip to the BVI from Puerto Rico. She recalls 20 years ago when she was employed by American Eagle, the men would make the trip to Virgin Gorda by boat and the women travelled by plane.On the water, charter boat companies move their fleet to dry dock or to safer anchorages as a precaution for potential hurricane impact, while cruise ship arrivals are few and far between.As dire as this scenario is, there is some relief and it hails from only 90 miles west of the BVI.According to Lopez, there are other events like the August Emancipation Festival, Music Fest in Cane Garden Bay and Easter Festival on Virgin Gorda that are quickly becoming popular activities for the Puerto Rican Navy to frequent.

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“I think there are more opportunities for businesses to become more engaging,” Ms. Nowadays, Puerto Ricans are not only visiting the BVI once a year.

On average, the annual income of the boaters is $600,000 to $1.5 million. The BVI Tourist Board (BVITB) helps facilitate on-site immigration services and entertainment and according to Mr. The proximity of the two territories and their mutual love of power boating are some of the reasons why it is possible, she added.

The territory, which has a population of about 3.6 million people, is the third most populated island in the Caribbean. Lopez, they, have always supported the Puerto Rican Navy. “They are very important to the economy, especially at a time of year when we don’t have a peak in US visitors,” Ms. “It gives us a little boost going into the slow season.” She explained that a lot of the tourists from Puerto Rico utilize marina services, and this year during Christmas in July, The Moorings and Sunsail saw an increase in the number of boats that were chartered. Lopez estimates that in July, as many as 2,000 boats of all sizes with an average of five persons on board made the trip to the BVI from Puerto Rico. She recalls 20 years ago when she was employed by American Eagle, the men would make the trip to Virgin Gorda by boat and the women travelled by plane.

On the water, charter boat companies move their fleet to dry dock or to safer anchorages as a precaution for potential hurricane impact, while cruise ship arrivals are few and far between.

As dire as this scenario is, there is some relief and it hails from only 90 miles west of the BVI.

According to Lopez, there are other events like the August Emancipation Festival, Music Fest in Cane Garden Bay and Easter Festival on Virgin Gorda that are quickly becoming popular activities for the Puerto Rican Navy to frequent.

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“I think there are more opportunities for businesses to become more engaging,” Ms. Nowadays, Puerto Ricans are not only visiting the BVI once a year.

On average, the annual income of the boaters is $600,000 to $1.5 million. The BVI Tourist Board (BVITB) helps facilitate on-site immigration services and entertainment and according to Mr. The proximity of the two territories and their mutual love of power boating are some of the reasons why it is possible, she added.

The territory, which has a population of about 3.6 million people, is the third most populated island in the Caribbean. Lopez, they, have always supported the Puerto Rican Navy. “They are very important to the economy, especially at a time of year when we don’t have a peak in US visitors,” Ms. “It gives us a little boost going into the slow season.” She explained that a lot of the tourists from Puerto Rico utilize marina services, and this year during Christmas in July, The Moorings and Sunsail saw an increase in the number of boats that were chartered. Lopez estimates that in July, as many as 2,000 boats of all sizes with an average of five persons on board made the trip to the BVI from Puerto Rico. She recalls 20 years ago when she was employed by American Eagle, the men would make the trip to Virgin Gorda by boat and the women travelled by plane.

On the water, charter boat companies move their fleet to dry dock or to safer anchorages as a precaution for potential hurricane impact, while cruise ship arrivals are few and far between.

.5 million. The BVI Tourist Board (BVITB) helps facilitate on-site immigration services and entertainment and according to Mr. The proximity of the two territories and their mutual love of power boating are some of the reasons why it is possible, she added.

The territory, which has a population of about 3.6 million people, is the third most populated island in the Caribbean. Lopez, they, have always supported the Puerto Rican Navy. “They are very important to the economy, especially at a time of year when we don’t have a peak in US visitors,” Ms. “It gives us a little boost going into the slow season.” She explained that a lot of the tourists from Puerto Rico utilize marina services, and this year during Christmas in July, The Moorings and Sunsail saw an increase in the number of boats that were chartered. Lopez estimates that in July, as many as 2,000 boats of all sizes with an average of five persons on board made the trip to the BVI from Puerto Rico. She recalls 20 years ago when she was employed by American Eagle, the men would make the trip to Virgin Gorda by boat and the women travelled by plane.

On the water, charter boat companies move their fleet to dry dock or to safer anchorages as a precaution for potential hurricane impact, while cruise ship arrivals are few and far between.

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