British Virgin Islands

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SATURDAY

In the evening we will arrive at the Beef Island airport in Tortola from which you can easily reach (100m) Tyrrel Bay. Here, we will welcome you with a special dinner.


SUNDAY

We will sail to Virgin Gorda where we will buy some food  in the port of Spanish Town. Later we will move to The Baths to enjoy a day of swimming and relaxing on the beach. We will spend the night in the bay of Spanish Town with the possibility of a great barbecue on board.


MONDAY

After a short sail we will reach Eustatia Island to spend a quiet night in a desolate paradise, or if you prefer we will head to Bitter End to stay at the buoy in an exclusive place with the chance to go onshore in one of the restaurants in the bay.


TUESDAY

We will move to Anegada where we will appreciate some relaxing baths in Pomato Point beach. Then we will move to Lower Bay where we will enjoy the best Caribbean lobster  in a very nice restaurant set  on the beach.


WEDNESDAY

We will raise the sails in order to descent to Cane Garden Bay at Tortola, a beautiful bay. We will organize a visit to the Island or relax on the beach. There will be the possibility to rent kayaks. Then we will spend the evening on board or at the restaurant.


THURSDAY

After breakfast we will move to Sandy Cay, a small coral island, once property of the Rockefeller family, today property of  Virgin Islands government. Here we will take a walk on the white sand and a beautiful sunbathe. Then we will return aboard for lunch and move to Jost Van Dyke for a pleasant evening in Great Harbor Bay. And then we will go to Foxys pub where there is always good music.


FRIDAY

We will sail to Peter Island, where we will stop for lunch and for enjoying a refreshing swim. Then, we will sail again to Tyrrel Bay, where we will spend the night. The following morning we will leave the boat.