Road Town, Torotola
Start your caribbean adventure by meeting your sailing companions and your skipper in Road town, the capital of Island of Tortola, the BVI's largest and capital island. After Check In enjoy famous bars, restaurants and shops on the waterfront and Main street before boarding your catamaran at a nearby marina
SPANISH TOWN, Virgin Gorda
We sail to Virgin Gorda island which was named by Christopher Columbus. After swimming and exploring the Devils Bay and the World's famous Baths, where granite boulders form natural tidal pools, arches and tunnels on the beach. Then we arrive to gorgeous Spanish town. Hike to the island's high point, Gorda Peak, for a splendid panoramic view of the surrounding islands. Enjoy tiki bars, local cuisine and numerous shops.
While sailing to Bitter End we are going to stop at the Long bay lagoon and enjoy secluded white beaches and turquoise waters. We are spending the night near famous Bitter End Yacht club where you can get supreme spa treatments. If you feel like doing something more extreme, in Bitter end you will find a top end watersports center with scuba, windsurf, SUP, etc.
On our way to Anegada we are going to stop for a swim at the famous Little Necker island. Anegada is the only coral island in the Virgin Islands' volcanic chain which makes it the snorkeling paradise. Secluded sandy beaches, reef's mazes, tunnels and drops will amaze scuba divers and snorkelers as much as the variety of the marine life such as sea turtles, needle fish, bonefish and stingrays. Dance the night away on the beach with a couple of caribbean cocktails or a cold carib beer in your hands.
Trellis Bay, Beef Island
The place of the best Fool Moon party in the BVIs is a interesting combination of local crafts and artists. Famous Aragorn Studios fire sculptures and Da Loose Mongoose bar will not leave you indifferent. Trellis Bay is home of Gli Gli, the largest Carib Indian dugout sailing canoe in the Caribbean. A walk to the colorful Trellis Bay market is a must.
Cane Garden Bay, Tortola
To experience a sunset at Cane Garden Bay is nothing less than a special magic that creates an unforgettable memory. The long white beach framing the clear turquoise waters with reggae in the background. Live music almost every night, sometimes from a few places on the shore. Mr. Callwoods rum distillery gives you a glimpse back into history. You can have white and gold rum made out of cane grown on the hillsides above you.
Jost Van Dyke
Legendary White Bay on Jost Van Dyke. Home to white sand, blue water, and some of the best beach bars in the British Virgin Islands. One Love Bar And Grill, Ivan's Stress Free Bar, Soggy Dollar Bar are just a few that call White Bay home and yes, you're going to party there. Rich heritage of African, Indian and Spanish history meets here and in the end, it all comes down to food such as barbecues, West Indian rotis, flying fish sandwiches, grilled fresh fish and lobster. Even though it is the BVI's smallest island, it s one of the most fun and picturesque places.
Original stories of a buried pirate treasures all come from Norman Island. Often referred to by locals as Treasure Island, legends of Norman Island are replete with stories of buried pirate treasure. A dinghy trip to Treasure Point and to caves for snorkeling and exploring is a must. We will spend the night moored in The Bight, visit the Pirates Bight Restaurants and the famous Willy-T floating retaurant and a party place where you can not buy a souvenir T-Shirt. You have to earn it. :)
Road Town, Torotola
Return to home marina Road Town, Tortola until 10am