British Virgin Islands

Tortola: British Virgin Islands (Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport) or St Thomas: US Virgin Island Airport(Cyril E. King Airport)

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October – August

Day 1: Norman Island Embark on your charter yacht and set sail for your first destination Norman Island, just 6NM from Tortola across the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Norman is a deserted island with activities for young and old. Dive the Angel Fish Reef or snorkel the caves, full of exciting sea life. Dine at Pirates Restaurant or just enjoy your first sun downer drink at the world-famous Willy T (William Thornton), a floating replica of the old pirate ship.Day 2: Norman Island – Peter Island Have a short cruise over to Peter Island, relax in the most peaceful bay called Little Harbour, get out the water toys and lie lows, or anchor by the beautiful beach in Deadman’s Bay. Sip the most delicious Caribbean cocktails like a Painkiller or a Mudslide, or hike the sunset loop. Visit the spa for a massage in the seaside huts, listening to the ocean right beneath you.Day 3: Peter Island – Spanish Town Sail over to Salt Island, have lunch at Cooper Island and snorkel the famous Wreck of the Rhone. After lunch set sail to Spanish Town where you can enjoy authentic cuisine at the Coco Maya Restaurant.Day 4: Spanish Town – Mountain Point Anchor at the most beautiful beach in the Caribbean (Valley Trunk Bay) and walk through The Baths. Then sail over to Mountain Point. Snorkel the recently sunken Kodiak Queen, one of five surviving ships from the attack on Pearl Harbour, a project by Sir Richard Branson, owner of Necker Island.Day 5: Mountain Point – North Sound  Sail into the North Sound, play a round of volley ball on Prickly Pear Island, shop for souvenirs at the Bitter End Yacht Club, stroll and swim at the YCCS Yacht Club, or just have a cocktail on a lounger at Saba Rock Resort after watching the tarpon feeding. A bay where there is something to do for everyone.

Day 6: North Sound – Anegada Sail over to Anegada – the third largest barrier reef in the world and the largest in the Caribbean. Take a scooter tour around the island and end your day at the Anegada Reef Hotel, famous for their BBQ-grilled lobster. Make sure to be part of the BVI full moon party, if you are lucky enough to be there at the time.

Day 7: Anegada – Jost van Dyke Sail to Jost van Dyke, the best spot to celebrate into the new year. Stop for a swim at Sandy Spit and walk around the island in 15 minutes. Spend the rest of the day at the Soggy Dollar Bar, making all your friends wish they would have come, too, watching you on the Soggy Dollar web cam.

Day 8: Jost van Dyk – Airport/Hotel Sail back to Tortola or St Thomas and disembark the vessel at noon or 2.5 hours before your flight.

The above cruising itinerary is intended purely for guidance and can be tailor-made according to your wishes. Our luxury charter professionals will assist you to organise your vacation on board to make sure all your and your guests’ wishes are satisfied.

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