Anagada is the most northeasterly of the British Virgin Islands in the Leeward Islands, in the eastern Caribbean, lying about 80 miles (130 km) east-northeast of Puerto Rico. The island has an area of 15 sq miles (39 sqkm) and is surrounded by dangerous reefs where there are many still-unexplored shipwrecks. Unlike most the other islands in the BVI, Anagada is long and flat and the only coral island in this volcanic chain. If you don't know where it is it can be easily missed as it's highest point is only 28 feet above sea level. Guarded by the famous Horseshoe Reef, this island has miles of beaches, dotted with shells, corals and washed up sea fans and very good for snorkeling
The island is very sparsely populated and offers only a very
limited infrastructure. In addition to its famous beaches the island is also well known for its lobsters. Towards the southeast side of the island is the tiny community centre known as "The Settlement."
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.