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Tortola,

largest of the British Virgin IslandsVirgin Islands,
group of about 100 small islands, West Indies, E of Puerto Rico. The islands are divided politically between the United States and Great Britain. Although constituting the westernmost part of the Lesser Antilles, the Virgin Islands form a geological unit with
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Tortola

an island in the NE Caribbean, in the Leeward Islands group: chief island of the British Virgin Islands. Pop.: 13 568 (1991). Area: 62 sq. km (24 sq. miles)
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Then sign up for the Third Annual Black Boaters' Summit (510-222-6308; www.blackboaterssummit.com), September 23 to 30 in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. Some 240 boaters are expected to set sail on 30 yachts.
The British Virgin Islands are benefiting from a captive law enacted in 1994 and 1995, said Terence Rollins, manager of insurance services for AMS Group in Tortola, British Virgin Islands. "It takes a few years for people to get really comfortable and to have some trading history," Rollins said.
The second half of 2017 will include at least four new international non-stop routes at MIA, with the following launches already announced: BVI Airways will begin MIA's first-ever service to Tortola, British Virgin Islands on July 22, with two weekly flights; Aer Lingus will launch three weekly flights to Dublin, Ireland on September 1; SAS will begin weekly service to Stockholm, Sweden on October 29; and EL AL Israel Airlines will begin three weekly flights to Tel Aviv on November 1.
Luxoft is incorporated in Tortola, British Virgin Islands, and has its operating headquarters office in Zug, Switzerland.
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