British virgin islands
Come and see for yourself why the BVI is the most popular cruising area in the Caribbean. Perfect sailing conditions and sheltered passages round the islands make this area a delight for all levels of sailors wanting to relax in a Caribbean paradise. Great choice for a first Caribbean charter.
BVI yacht charter itinerary
Day 1 : Tortola
is the best located and best equipped on the island, situated on the outskirts
of Road Town, it is the perfect starting point
for an amazing British Virgin Islands sailing
Day 2: Norman Island
Sail over to the Caves on Norman Island, a short hop across the fabled Sir Frances Drake Channel, and you'll arrive at one of pirate history's most fabled locations. You'll snorkel in and around what is reputed to be Blackbeard's treasure stash in crystal clear waters surrounded by thousands of the most colorful fish you can imagine.
Day 3:Peter Island
We recommend heading directly to Dead Man's Bay. It's gorgeous! There's really nothing quite like lounging in one of the many hammocks in the shade of a palm tree while looking out over one of the BVI's most amazing beaches. This incredible beach can help make all your cares melt away!
Day 4: Anegada Island
We set sail for a short cruise to the storied island of Anegada with its endless white beaches. As you stroll along the deserted beach the soft sand feels almost like powder between you toes. Anegada is the perfect place to relax on the beaches, make sure you see Loblolly or Cow Wreck Beach and enjoy the scenery and fantastic snorkeling. Anegada is surrounded by the world's third largest living coral reef.
Day 5: Virgin Gorda
Virgin Gorda is probably most famous for the Baths, a unique national park on the island's southwest coast. The Baths is unlike any other beach in the Caribbean. It features white sandy beaches framed by gigantic granite boulders, some of these with diameters reaching 40 feet. Geologists believe that these odd formations are the result of volcanoes.
Day 6: Guana Island- Jost van Dyke
We sail over to Guana Island and enjoy lunch and snorkeling with an abundance of silversides, large tarpon and turtles as well as countless colorful reef fish. After we can continue to Jost Van Dyke.
Jost Van Dyke could be the tropical island of your dreams. This lush coral-sand island lies 3 miles to the northwest of Tortola. Largely unspoiled, Jost Van Dyke is a popular destination for sailors, beach lovers, and sun-seekers from around the world.
Day 7: Tortola
Sadly, all that remains now is a sail up to Road Town where we will finish our trip.