Little Harbor is one of the overnight harbors on Peter Island. It is on the extreme west of the island. The best anchoring of the harbor for charter yachts is on the eastern side. Apart from this, the southern shore is also preferred by BVI yacht charters as it provides good anchoring. The water is between 15-30 feet and you’ll find a good anchoring in the sand there. During certain times of the year, it is advisable to deploy two anchors to avoid being back-winded. Bear in mind that this is a small harbor that holds only a hand full of charter yachts. Be careful not to tangle with other boats when you are anchoring.
Little Harbor, as the name suggests is a small harbor on the easternmost part of the island. It is a small harbor with the capacity to hold just a few charter yachts. It has a depth of 15-35 feet so anchoring here would need some error and trial. This Harbor is much protected and a popular overnight anchoring harbor.
What to do in Little Harbour?
Places of Interest
Abandoned Cigar Factory and mansion
The abandoned Cigar factory is one of the attractions people visit in little harbor. It was built in 1920 and the owner lived in the nearby hills. It was abandoned when none of the heirs wanted to take hold of it due to the high maintenance cost. It is worth to book a BVI charter just to visit the Cigar Factory and mansion.