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Price from
USD1374
Nights
7
Available
All year
Passengers
10-12



Sailing tour by the cabin BVI: 7-nights boarding Tortola

The British Virgin Islands are the sailing Capital of the Caribbean and its protected waters are an absolute dream to sail!  Spectacular scenery, easy line of site passages and a fun-filled island atmosphere make them the perfect paradise. Spend your days snorkeling over famous wrecks; hike through the huge granite boulder caves and formations at The Baths; stroll along the deserted beaches of Anegada island, and sip cockails at happy hour at world famous Foxy's on Jost van Dyke. The British Virgin Islands has it all! 

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Cabin charter itinerary Caribbean British Virgin Islands 7-nights: boarding Tortola
Day 1

Day 1

Saturday: Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola

Embark: 18:00hrs. Take a short 15 minute taxi from either Beef Island Tortola airport or the ferry at Road Town and head to the marina. Dinner on board and night at the marina.

Day 2

Day 2: Sunday

The Baths |Virgin Gorda

From the marina the yacht will depart for a short sail across to the Baths marine park (6 nm/1 hour),  to enjoy snorkeling in the most beautiful spot of the BVI. A hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a maze of giant’s boulders is an awesome experience. After lunch, the boat will sail another short passage (6 nm/1 hour) to Prickly Pear Island, located in the Virgin Gorda Sound. 

Day 3

Day 3: Monday

Virgin Gorda | Anegada

Starting after breakfast the yacht sails across from Virgin Gorda to Anegada (12 nm/2 hours). Once anchored, enjoy a nice lunch then take a safari bus from Setting Point to Loblolly Bay located on the North Shore (taxi price: 15 usd/pax). Throughout the tour enjoy the beautiful features of the Sunken Island (flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking pink sandy beaches). 

 

Day 4

Day 4: Tuesday

Anegada | Guana | Cane Garden Bay

After breakfast sail 2 hours for a stop at Monkey Point, Guana Island. It is described as one of the best snorkeling spots in the BVI, with plenty of turtles and school of fish very close to shore. After lunch the boat will set sail for Cane Garden Bay (6 nm/1 hour) for an overnight anchorage. Enjoy a nice walk on the sandy beach lined with coconuts trees and the quaint local village. 

Day 5

Day 5: Wednesday

Cane Garden Bay | Sandy Cay | White Bay | Great Harbor

The yacht sails to Sandy Cay (3 nm/30 minutes) a national park donated by the Rockefeller family to the BVI’s.  The crew will dinghy you ashore to enjoy a beautiful short hiking trail through the island. The boat will then anchor off White Bay for lunch. Nestled in the palm trees you will discover the infamous Soggy Dollar Bar home of the painkiller cocktail. Then the yacht will motor across Great Harbor to an evening anchorage (1.5 nm/15 minutes). 

Day 6

Day 6: Thursday

Great Harbor | Soppers Hole | Bight Bay

At 9.30 am you will set sail to West End, Tortola (3 nm/30 minutes) and anchor off at Sopper’s Hole marina and this beautiful Caribbean Harbor well-worth exploring. After lunch the captain will navigate to the Indians Marine Park (4 nm/45 minutes).  Enjoy snorkeling through this geological wonder of spire-like rock formations in crystal clear water. The Bight Bay will be your overnight anchor. This bay is well known the Willy T, a ship turned into a restaurant bar.

Day 7

Day 7: Friday

Bight Bay | Rhone Marine Park | Cooper Island 

After breakfast depart Bight Bay and sail to the Wreck of the Rhone marine park (6 nm/1 hour). Snorkel around the ship wrecked steamer, which sank in 1867 during a hurricane, and is now a vibrant artificial reef. After lunch the yacht will be anchor at Manchioneel Bay, Cooper Island (1.5 nm/15 minutes) for your last night. This beach is known as one the best in the BVI.

Day 8

Day 8: Friday

Cooper Island | Tortola

After breakfast sail back to base (3 nm/30 minutes), Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola – Disembarkation at 9.00 am.

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. 

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