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British Virgin Islands: the cozy Caribbean you dreamed about

A luxury yacht charter in the BVI is the only way to enjoy the paradise that is The Caribbean. Best exemplifying the charm of the region, the BVI, with its wonderful beaches and crystal-clear waters, is sure to mesmerize the most travelled of explorers.
In particularly, a yacht charter in the BVI will not disappoint enthusiasts of snorkeling and water sports, as the waters glisten a vivid shade of blue and the exotic marine life is plentiful. You will particularly adore the islands of St. Thomas, St. John and Virgin Gorda – each unique in their splendor, but equally as stunning.

1day

St. Thomas, the most famous of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is the perfect place to start and end a trip. After landing at the Cyril E. King airport, enjoy a day of shopping in the many island’s shops and malls. Crown Bay Marina is a full-service marina for charter visitors, located just 10 minutes away from the airport, and is a great starting point. For larger yachts is the “Waterfront” to Charlotte Amalie.
From here, you can head to the north side of the island; Magen’s Bay, about 16.8 nm, is the perfect place for water sports, including skiing and jet skiing. Anchor here for the night.

2day

St. John, the smallest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is by two-thirds a national park, it offers scenic hiking trails, many secluded coves and beautiful wide beaches. In addition to this, it houses the remains of pre-Columbian civilization and the remains of Danish colonial sugar plantations. Francis Bay, located between the beach of Maho and Leinster Bay, is located only 12.3 nm from Magen’s Bay. The vibrant marine life and a sunken airplane are an attraction for snorkelers.

3day

Head north from Francis Bay to British Virgin Islands, through Soper’s Hole (about 3.7 nm), where is the  customs and you undergo regular customs controls (usually agents do not ask to see the passengers), and  where you can go ashore for a walk and a shopping tour in the city.  Then head to Norman Island (4.7 nm), and moor in “The Bight”, famous for being the setting of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island”.
Treasure Point, located at the lower end of The Bight, features three caves, perfect for snorkeling and where you can find plenty of fishes.  The Bight is also the place where William Thornton Floating Bar & Restaurant (also known as “Willy T”) is moored. Guests can enjoy a unique dining experience for lunch, dinner or cocktails. You can moor at the Bight for the night, where you can also arrange an evening party on board.

4day

Cruise to Peter Island (4.6 nm), located directly in front of the Sir Francis Drake Channel from Road Town.  Great Harbour is a perfect place for snorkeling, water skiing and practicing other water sports. Sprat Bay is another renowned place to visit. Nearby is the Deadman’s Bay where is a beautiful bay with coconut palms.
There is also a small place for helicopters’ landing of. It does not have very large spaces, usually only one or two large yachts can anchor, but it is definitely the perfect place to spend a day. Here snorkelers can observe sea turtles. If you choose to spend the night in Peter Island, get moored at Great Harbour.

5day

From Peter Island, cruise through turquoise waters towards the southern cape of Virgin Gorda (9.6 nm). Here you will find “The Baths”, where giant rocks form a series of spectacular pools and grottos filled with sea water, a perfect place for swimming and exploring.
After snorkeling, you can proceed around the North Sound of Virgin Gorda (9.2 nm) to one of these places: The Bitter End Yacht Club where you can rent Sunfishes and Lasers or the Saba Rock Resort for a drink or dinner. Another good mooring spot is at Biras Bay.

6day

From Virgin Gorda you can reach the small island of Marina Cay, only 11.5 nm. Nearby is also Beef Island  airport for visitors arriving or departing. In Marina Cay you can swim and snorkel; the cliffs of Great Camanoe lies to the west of the island. Here you can enjoy a drink or a dinner at Pusser’s Landing, a restaurant offering a breathtaking view.

7day

SANDY CAY / JOST VAN DYKE
Head to Jost Van Dyke, with a brief stop at Sandy Cay (11.1 million), a lovely small island, perfect for a lunch on the beach. In the afternoon, you will arrive at Great Harbour, only 2.6 nm far, where is Foxy’s, a popular watering hole where the guitar-playing owner starts playing between 4 and 6 pm putting on a real concert, and where you can also have dinner. The next day you can leave for St Thomas and anchor at the “Waterfront” dock in Charlotte Amalie, where you will find the customs again and where you can enjoy a last shopping session.

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Thanks to our experience and knowledge of the region, we are able to prepare personalized itineraries according to the client's preferences. Once chosen the yacht we would be happy to propose different solutions and to present you all the hidden gems.

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