We shall bring you comfortable to the most beautiful places in the Caribbean where cruise ships can´t reach. The voyage can be tailored by your interest and requirement. An experienced captain will be happy to accompany you to all the wonderful places we shall visit.
It is charter "captain only". It´s means the price is excluding expenses. The expenses you are paying self and you have full controll over it. Approximate expenses for 8 days and 7 nights on the BVI: $200 total for moorings $250-450 total for BVI fees (depending of number of guests) $75-125 total for fuel The price doesn't including a food and beverage for guests and for captain (crew). You are buying food self or eating in restaurant. Very often is it the breakfast and lunch onboard, and dinner in the restaurant. Every anchoring place has this option.
December 1st 2017 - April 15th 2018: sailing in the area of Virgin Islands. The typical trip takes 8 days for this area.
You will have the opportunity to enjoy the warm climate of the Caribbean, swim in the crystal clear sea, dive to wrecks, sunbathe on beautiful beaches, hike on the top of different islands and of course enjoy sailing. We are able to arrange diving, swimming with dolphins, sightseeing from helicopter and among many other activities.
Our preferred pickup point is St Thomas in the USVI, as flights are less expensive, more airlines to choose from... and as a bonus... you will see the most beautiful beaches in the Virgin Islands in the National Park on St John. We also pick up in Road Town, West End, Trellis Bay on Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands' heart of the cruising area.... which ever meets your traveling needs.
Norman Island is known for the calm snorkeling venues. This island isreputed to be Long John Silver's Treasure Island, from Robert Louis Stevenson's novel of the same name. Anchored in the Bight, the main anchorage, is yet another pirate ship, the "William Thornton" floating restaurant and bar, and a noted stop over for charter guest hijinks.
Jost Van Dyke, a short sail away, is the party island, with the barefoot bars and beaches of White Bay and Great Harbour awaiting, along with snorkeling at tiny Green Cay and Sandy Cay.
Virgin Gorda is the second largest of the British Virgin Islands, and home to the Baths, one of Mother Nature's intrigues. Hiking the short trail through the caves and boulders of the Baths to Devil's Bay is a must, but perhaps equally enjoyable is the ride through the jumble of villas and boulders to the top of the baths and the path down to the beach. Snorkelers here often see the entire range of tropical fish, from Sergeant Majors to slow gliding rays.
Anegada is a beach lover's playground, a big, flat coral atoll, surrounded by a huge reef, and a miniscule population of both humans and flamingos. Literally miles of beaches! This is the place for your Caribbean lobster dinner ashore!
Cooper Island's Manchioneel Bay is a great night time stop over, with a small resort and dive shop ashore. From here you might want to jump over to the Wreck of the RMS Rhone (Seen in the Nick Nolte film "The Deep"), portions are shallow enough to see by snorkeling.
Guana Island for another snorkel or a laze on the beach. There are two beautiful, fine sand beaches here where you can relax, enjoy the sun and read or sleep.
This sample cruise is just one of many you can enjoy in the British Virgin Islands. Cruises can be tailored to your personal tastes.