A dream holiday among the charming and uncontaminated British Virgin Islands, on catamarans equipped with all comforts. You will sail from one paradise to the next at the discovery of the beautiful gems of this fascinating Caribbean archipelago. Coral reefs and picture-perfect beaches that will take your breath away.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Hodges Creek Marina, BVI|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in from 6:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out by 9:00 am on the following Saturday.|
Double cabin spot
Full board service
Food and beverage
Bed linen and towels
Dinghy with outboard engine
Harbour and buoy fees
Sup and Kayak
Local and tourist taxes
From €1,490 per person for accommodation in a double cabin with private bathroom and A/C.
|Language||International crew and guests.|
|How to come||AIR: Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport Tortola (EIS)|
British Virgin Islands - ID 114 View MoreLess
Day 1: Check-in
After transferring from Terrance B Airport. Lettsome Airport to the Hodges Creek Marina in Tortola from 6pm you will board the Catamaran. You will enjoy dinner prepared by the on-board chef and spend the night moored at the Island Marina.
On Sunday, after a good breakfast, we will sail from Hodges Creek Marina to White Bay where we will arrive after two hours for lunchtime, and we will visit the beautiful Soggy Dollar Bar, very famous and renowned in the area. In the late afternoon we will sail to Great Harbor for a tasty dinner, and we will eventually even visit Foxys Tamarind too for some nice cocktails.
We will leave from Great Harbor after breakfast and head to Sandy Cay for snorkelling and other water activities, then lunch. Then we'll visit the national park donated by the prestigious Rockefeller family to the BVIs, and you can ask a skipper to take you for a dinghy ride close to shore and show you the wonders of this island. In the afternoon, we will sail for about two hours to Norman Island to visit the crystal-clear caves of Treasure Point, and then continue to Benures Bay for a quiet evening under the stars.
After breakfast, we will reach the Indians, the perfect location to do some fantastic snorkeling in the crystal clear waters. After this experience we will set sail again, this time towards Deadmans Bay on Peter Island, to have lunch and relax on the beach. Later in the afternoon you can visit the Great Harbor of Peter Island for the fantastic festivities present. After this, dinner and evening at Cooper Island.
On Wednesday we will head to the Baths Marine Park where we will spend the morning and then have lunch. Here we can snorkel or take a short hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a labyrinth of giant stones. In the afternoon, we will set sail for North Gorda Sound, where we'll arrive after about two hours at anchor between Prickly Pear and Eustatia for an evening of relaxation and tranquillity.
We will soon set sail for Anegada Setting Point. After about 3 hours of sailing, once ashore we will have the opportunity to rent jeeps and explore the island in an adventurous way, after which we will enjoy a mouth-watering lobster dinner, a true island speciality. During this experience, we will also see the peculiarities of the beautiful Sunken Island, such as flamingos and white beaches.
In the morning, from Anegada we sail for about four hours to Monkey Point, on Guana Island, for some snorkelling, followed by lunch. Here we will see lots of turtles and an incredible variety of colourful fish, very close to the shore. We will then stop in the afternoon at the lovely White Bay Beach, with paddle boards and kayaks, before setting sail in the evening to Marina Cay before sunset, where we will also spend the night.
Day 8: Check-out
Check-out is scheduled in the morning by 09:00.
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.
AVAILABLE BOAT CLASSES
LAGOON 620 (2018) View MoreLess
Boat models, technical specifications and optional may be subject to change. BeBlue reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes when necessity arises and to replace the boat presented in the catalog, or out of the catalog, with another of similar class and quality. All boats are selected with care and experience.