is a small, 600-acre uninhabited island south of Tortola.
It is the southernmost island in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), and was once used by pirates to stash their booty. The island is too small for mainstream cruise ships to visit, but sailors love the excellent anchorage, snorkelers love exploring the three sea caves
, and those looking for a good time like to visit Willie T.'s floating bar and restaurant in the evening.
The Arabella sailing ship and other small ships include Norman Island on their BVI itineraries, and everyone enjoys swimming, kayaking, and snorkeling in the sea caves and at the nearby Indians, which are a group of four tall rock formations just off Norman Island.
Norman Island Sea Cave (c) Linda Garrison