The British Virgin Islands are a small paradise on water, and a part of the Caribbean wonders not to be missed. Blue and pristine bays, white sandy beaches where you can take a glimpse at the rich and lush tropical forest, and an inland that teems with vitality and smiles. The adventurous ones can organize a visit to the Sage Mountains National Park to discover the wild nature and local fauna, while those who prefer to rest and sunbathe with a good cocktail can decide to visit one of the many islets such as Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, or Virgin Gorda, or the spectacular hidden pearls of the smaller islands such as Scrub Island and Ginger Island. Catamarans and selected sailing boats are waiting for you to sail towards the BVI; contact us for a personalized quote.
|Scrub Island Marina,Tortola BVI
|TIME OF DEPARTURE
|Check-in Saturday at 9:00 am - Check-out Friday at 5:00 pm
Skipper (from €1.050)
Hostess (from €850)
Outboard engine for dinghy (from €60)
Extra ports and buoys (approx. €100)
Food provisions on-line with delivery on board
Tailor-made rent insurance
Available sailboats and catamarans with 4/5 cabins double and 3/4 baths, perfect for groups of 6 or 10 people.
Sailboats from €2.760 and catamarans from €3.365.
|HOW TO ARRIVE
Air: flight on Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport, Beef Island (iata code: EIS). Do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for any advice.
|International crew and guests.
|How to come
|AIR: Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS)
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Day 1: Check-in
Check-in available from 5 p.m. at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley. A wonderful dinner together in one of the many local restaurants, and at night you will be moored at the island Marina.
A good breakfast, and we'll leave immediately for a sail from Scrub Island Marina to the magnificent White Bay (about 2 hours). A delicious lunch and visit to the Soggy Dollar Bar, a place well known and appreciated by the locals. Dinner in Great Harbor (in about 30 min.) Later, you can have nice cocktails at Foxys Tamarind.
Early morning breakfast in Great Harbor and then you'll sail and do a little snorkelling session, together with other water activities in Sandy Cay, and then stop to taste the local delights. Afterwards, you can visit the National Park donated by the prestigious Rockefeller family to the BVI, and with the help of a skipper you can take a ride in a tender near the coast and observe the wonders of this island. Afternoon to Norman Island (2 hours), admiring the crystal caves of Treasure Point, and finally you will stop in Benures Bay (30 min.), With overnight stay under the starry sky.
After breakfast, you will reach the Indians, the perfect location for fantastic snorkeling in the crystal clear waters. After this experience, you will sail again, this time towards Deadmans Bay (1 hour) on Peter Island, for lunch and some relaxation on the beach. After lunch it will be great to visit Peter Island, and in particular Great Harbor to have fun taking part in the local holidays. A delicious fish dinner and evening on the magnificent Cooper Island.
You will spend the morning in the Baths, admiring the beautiful marine park. After lunch, snorkeling or a short excursion from the beach to Devil Bay, crossing the mythical and unique stone giants. In the afternoon you will set sail towards North Gorda Sound (2 hours) and spend a relaxing evening at anchor between Prickly Pear and Eustatia.
At Anegada Setting Point (3 hours), there will be the option to rent jeeps and explore the island in an adventurous way; after this, a mouth-watering lobster dinner will await you, a true specialty of the island. During this experience you will also see the peculiarities of the beautiful Sunken Island, such as flamingos and white beaches.
In the morning, from Anegada you will head towards Monkey Point (about 4) on the island of Guana, for some snorkeling, followed by lunch. Here in fact you can see a lot of turtles and an incredible variety of colorful fish, very close to the shore. you will then stop in the afternoon on the enchanting White Bay Beach, with paddle boards and kayaks, and then return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
In these paradisiac Caribbean islands, the spectacle of idyllic landscapes not to be missed, is practically everywhere. 4 main and 4 smaller islands form an enchanting archipelago, surrounded entirely by the coral reef and embellished with bays where the sand is very white. For those wishing to explore the main island of Tortola a little further, it is advisable to organize an excursion to the Sage Mountain National Park where you can admire the typical fauna of the place and above all the incredible tropical forests. For sea lovers, we suggest snorkelling tours to discover the coral reefs that surround the archipelago, especially in the marine reserves, where you can admire the beauty underwater, while staying on board a local boat. Do not miss a visit to the island of Virgin Gorda, where "The Baths" is located, a maze of huge granite boulders that sink to the beach. The islands of Jost Van Dyke and Anegada instead will be ideal for those who prefer a peaceful swim in the blue waters of the bays, complete with snorkeling and diving activities near the corals and spectacular views from the hinterland.