Embark: 18:00hrs. Fly into St Martin, Queen Juliana International airport and take the short taxi ride to the marina. Depart for a gentle overnight to the British Virgin Islands. Enjoy a welcome cocktail and settle into you cabin before dinner onboard.
Wake up with Virgin Gorda in sight. Enjoy your first breakfast onboard then arrive at the mythical place of The Baths at the very south of Virgin Gorda. The Baths is a must see and a real highlight. Later in the day, head to Devil's Bay for shopping in the little souvenir shops.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast then take a quick swim off the stern of the yacht before sailing to Soper's Hole marina, West End Tortola for shopping and if you feel the need, wifi which is available in the main bar of the marina. Late morning, head to Jost Van Dyke and it's idyllic beaches. Take in the magical scenery of White Bay and enjoy swimming and snorkelling in the turquoise waters. In the late afternoon, for those who wish to visit famous Foxy's a cool cocktail awaits at the bar!
After a relaxing morning, enjoy a leisurly sail to Marina Cay, a tiny island east of Tortola. Here you'll find good quality souvenirs branded "Pusser's West Indies". Dinner and night onboard on anchor.
An early start to head to Mosquito Island - property of Sir Richard Branson. Snorkelers will be thrilled by the reefs offering an incredible variety of tropical life. After lunch, sail to Gorda Sound, a nice bay off Virgin Gorda island. Enjoy dinner onboard near to Bitter End, close to the luxury resort and fun marina.
An early start and a spirited passage to the flat coral atoll island of Anegada. Upon arrival rental cars are available allowing access to the miles of deserted beach on the north coast. Departure will be around 16:00 hrs for the night sail back to St Martin. Dinner and night onboard.
Arrive in St Martin at either Grand-Case or Marigot. After another wonderful lunch, swim, snorkel of just stroll the beautiful beaches. Dinner is onboard at Baie Nettle.
Please note: Due to weather it may be necessary to change the order of the itinerary, the number of days in one location or visit other islands. The Captain is responsible for the ultimate safety and comfort of the vessel and its passengers. It is within the Captain's jurisdiction to change the sequence of stops and ports if necessary due to inclement weather conditions, high or low water levels, dock and lock schedules, technical, logistical or scheduling reasons. Additionally, sailing vessels will motor in light winds to ensure vessels arrive in port by sunset.