Thank you Yank! You sound like you know more about the BVI than anyone I've talked to. I like to consider myself a traveler (not a tourist). I don't hang with the tourists, I like to meet the belongers and learn as much as I can about where I am. I prefer no crowds or parties! Anyways, I was in the BVI for 2 wks. last January and for part of the trip we stayed at Leverick Bay (nice place, just not my style- I prefer small- simple). During our stay we saw signs posted warning guests of the "cube jellyfish" that were found in the waters surrounding Leverick. What is a cube jellyfish? Where do they come from? Do they only come around a certain time of year? Sure would love to learn more! We ended up spending all of our time down at Savannah Bay (my favorite beach on V.G.). Hopefully I will make it there this April. Sure would love to see those lemon sharks you speak of! I've only been snorkeling for about 9 yrs. and have been swimming with everything from Barracuda to Manta Rays in Tobago (what an incredible sight to see them flying towards you) but I have not yet been fortunate enough to see a shark. Maybe my fear or lack of knowledge of them has stopped me from this great experience ( I freak myself out and start to hear that stupid jaws music). Maybe if I was able to see one for myself I would have a better understanding of these magnificent creatures. Is April a good time to see this at Savannah Bay? Please help me get past this fear, I need to learn more. Maybe I'll see you there one day! Teach me, teach me!! Here's to swimming with sharks! Thanks again!