BVI sailing trip by the cabin

Day 1 - Tortola
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Day 2 - Jost Van Dyke
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Day 3 - Norman Island
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Day 4 - Cooper Island
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Day 5 - Devils Bay
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Day 6 - Anegada
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Day 7 - Guana Island
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Day 1 - Tortola
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Day 2 - Jost Van Dyke
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Day 3 - Norman Island
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Day 4 - Cooper Island
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Day 5 - Devils Bay
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Day 6 - Anegada
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Day 7 - Guana Island
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Sailing vacation on crewed catamaran in BVI

Join our cabin charter in BVI on a modern catamaran Lagoon 62. Sailing vacation in BVI is a relaxed cruise in the heart of the Caribbean Sea. Professional crew and great itinerary makes this an ideal option for family vacation on romantic trip. On board of modern sailing catamaran Lagoon 62 you will be able to escape from tourist crowds and explore hidden bays of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and many other islands unachievable for those who stay in hotels. Just imagine how you sail between secluded islands on a beautiful yacht and enjoy sunbathing and snorkeling in crystal-clear water full of colorful fishes and vivid corals.

Itinerary developed by a professional team makes this sailing cruise in BVI truly unforgettable experience. Short passages and only best place to visit. Most of the night stops will be at anchor in picturesque and protected lagoons.

Enjoy your cabin charter on crewed catamaran with 6 spacious cabins equipped with AC and private bathrooms, designed to provide maximum comfort for a group of 12 guests. You will also find spacious salon with kitchen, open sun deck and good choice of soft drinks and wines.

Crew will provide full board service with hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner, prepared on board by the chef. Try freshly prepared Caribbean meals then make a brake on a spacious deck enjoying sunset or chatting with your new mates.

Tortola

Day

1

Tortola

Boarding at 6 pm in Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola. Dinner on board and night at the marina.

Jost Van Dyke

Day

2

Jost Van Dyke

After breakfast we'll set sail from Hogers Creek to White Bay, about 2 hours passage. Lunch on board and visit Soggy Dollar Bar. Late afternoon we'll head to Great Harbour for dinner and as an option to go to Foxy's Tamarind for evening cocktails.

Norman Island

Day

3

Norman Island

After breakfast we will head to Sandy Cay, perfect spot for water sports, snorkeling and beach-combing. Lunch on board. This is a national park donated by the Rockefeller family to the BVI’s. Crew will take you ashore by dingy to enjoy a beautiful short trail through the island. In the afternoon we'll set up sails to Norman Island to visit the Treasure Point sea caves before we head to Benures Bay. Nice spot spot for paddle boarding and water-sports and quiet evening under the stars.

Cooper Island

Day

4

Cooper Island

At 8.30am we will sail to the Indians marine park were you can snorkel and explore underwater life. Lunch near Deadmans Ba on Peter Island and then we will anchor at Manchioneel Bay, Cooper Island for the last night. This beach is often mentioned as one the best places in BVI.

Devils Bay

Day

5

Devils Bay

Early morning after breakfast we will make a short passage to the famous Baths marine park (6 nm/1 hour). This is one of the best spots for snorkeling in BVI, or you can hike from the beach to the Devil Bay through a maze of giant’s boulders. After lunch we will set up sails to Prickly Pear Island located near the Virgin Gorda Sound.

Anegada

Day

6

Anegada

Today we will sail from Virgin Gorda to Anegada. This passage will take around 2 hours. Will stop at anchor and will have lunch on board. Then you can take safari bus from Setting Point to Loblolly Bay located on the northern part of the island. There you will see Sunken Island pink flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking white sandy beaches.

Guana Island

Day

7

Guana Island

Once we reach Guana Island we will stop Monkey Point. This place considered to be one of the best snorkeling spots on the island teemed with sea turtles colorful  fishes and is very close to the shore. Late afternoon we will sail to Marina Cay for the overnight. Here you may take a short walk to the sandy beach that nested in between coconuts trees and the local village.

Day

8

Tortola

Morning sailing back to base (3 nm/30 minutes), Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola – Disembarkation at 9.00 am.

Snorkeling

During your sailing trip in BVI we will stop in number of picturesque and protected spots perfect for snorkeling. On board of the catamaran you will find several sets of masks and flippers that you can use free of charge.

Kayaking

Sea kayaks are included in the price and will be on board of the catamaran for the entire duration of your vacation.

  • Length:
    17.81
  • Draft:
    1.40
  • Berths:
    12
  • Cabins:
    6
  • Bathroom:
    6
Additional information

Your by the cabin charter in BVI will be on sailing catamaran. This comfortable yacht can easily take you to the most beautiful lagoons and bays in Vrigin Islands. Catamaran has 6 double cabins with private shower and toilet, perfect for maximum 12 guests.

Crew

During your sailing cruise in BVI professional crew of 2: skipper and cook will take care of you. Crew will be responsible for operating the vessel, cooking, cleaning, serving meals, drinks and snacks on board. Crew will offer great service and make the trip an unforgettable experience.

Price includes
  • Accommodation in air conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (A/C in service from 8am to 10pm)
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
  • 1 local cocktail every evening per guest (made from rhum, prosecco, etc...depending on destination // not personalized), drinks (table wine) during meals, fruit juices, sodas
  • Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
  • 2 sets of linens, towels and beach towels per person/week
  • Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
  • Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
  • Water sports on board : snorkeling equipment, 2 paddles & 1 kayak tandem
  • (in case of availability issue the kayak tandem may be replaced by a single kayak)
  • Bedding, towels (beach towel included), Snorkelling gear (fins, masks, tubas), 2 paddles & 1 kayak tandem
  • (in case of availability issue the kayak tandem may be replaced by a single kayak)

Our base is located in Tortola, marina Hodges Creek, right in front of the main pier. Terrence B. Lettsome Airport (EIS) former Beef Island International Airport is only 4 miles from the base and taxi trip will take maximum 15 minutes.

Flight

There are no direct flights from the USA, Canada, Europe, or South America to the British Virgin Islands' main airport, the Terrence B. Lettsome Airport (EIS). All flights must connect through another Caribbean airport on islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Antigua, or St. Maarten. If you plan to make reservations online, remember that you will have to request flights to Tortola (EIS).

 

Directly to Tortola. The most direct way to arrive to the BVI from North America is via San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU). Frequent connecting service is offered by Cape Air and Seaborne and inter Caribbean Airways, with occasional service offered by other airlines and charter flights.

 

Via St. Thomas. If you choose to arrive via St. Thomas (STT), you can catch regular flights to Tortola on Cape Air and Seaborne. But most travelers take one of the frequent ferries that sail between downtown Charlotte Amalie or Red Hook, St. Thomas and the BVI. Ferry service is available to Tortola every day via West End or Road Town.

 

Ferry to Tortola. Getting to the ferry is very easy - just take a taxi at the St. Thomas Airport and let the taxi driver know that you need to take the next ferry to Tortola. The taxi drivers will know of any schedule changes and make sure you reach the proper terminal for your connection. Please note: Ferries from St. Thomas to Tortola only operate during daylight hours - so the last ferry is usually around 4:30/5pm.

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“Yacht was perfect”

Yacht was perfect - plenty of space and nooks to hang out in. Having sailed on a monohull before, the personal bathroom for each cabin on the catamaran was much appreciated. A/C in cabins was very nice. Plenty of hot water for showers. Our captain was Damien and he was very safety conscious and knowledgeable. His heavy French accent was sometimes tough, but if we didn’t understand, we’d ask him to repeat the explanation and he obliged. Our chef was Ina, and she was amazing —— treating us to a wide variety of wonderful dishes  throughout our voyage. We would sail with this crew again in a heartbeat! There was WiFi on the boat and our baseball team was in the MLB playoffs, so we enjoyed catching an evening game on the front of the boat, looking at the stars at the same time. We also tried paddle boarding for the first time!!!

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“Week onboard this lovely Lagoon 62 / BVI”

We spent a week onboard this lovely 62' sailing catamaran with 5 other couples (total 12 guests) The captain and chef were both French and at times it was difficult to understand what they were saying, but not a big deal. The captain (Damian) would at times offer options about where to go or what we might want to do if the weather conditions were iffy, very obliging. The chef (Michael) prepared breakfast, lunch and dinner each day. The meals were pretty well balanced and reasonably healthy, with dessert served at lunch and dinner. One thing most of the guests weren't real happy about was having the A/C shut off at 10-11pm until 7am. That was because the generator was right under one of the forward cabins and too noisy for them to sleep well. Opening the cabins hatch(s) was a little better unless it started raining while you were sleeping! There was always plenty of bottled water, sodas and everyone brought beer, wine and other booze which we all shared. The other guests were funny, personable, compassionate and generous, as were Damian and Michael. There was plenty of time to enjoy the SUP's, paddle boards, floats and snorkel. You could enjoy a good book in the many different shaded areas onboard, lay in the sun on one of the comfortable places available on the upper deck or ask Damian to take you ashore in the dingy. All in all it was a great experience, but for us 1 week was just the right amount of time for such an adventure. To fully enjoy something like this it helps to be in reasonably good physical and mental condition. Just saying! WARNING-Travel light because depending on how you get to the actual boat you'll probably have to carry all your junk from the various ferries, taxis, buses etc? Ron

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“It was truly a unique experience / Jne 2019 / BVI / Lagoon 620”

It was truly a unique experience. Despite a mishap that kept Ron out of the water due to fear of infection (he cut his leg pretty good while we were waiting for the ferry to scrub island) it was still enjoyable. The boat was great. Certainly the correct size for 12 people. We thoroughly enjoyed Damian (captain) and Michael (excellent Chef). They were both extremely capable and friendly. At times, they could be a little difficult to understand, but it did not take away from the trip. Yes, there English is certainly better than my French! The cabin was as expected and comfortable enough. It took a little getting use to the idea that your toilet paper had to go in the trash can, but after fishing it out with the toilet brush for a couple of days I finally got the hang of it. We were very lucky in so far as that we knew 2 other couples and that the other couples that we did not know ,with the exception of ½ of one couple, was a pleasure to be around. We had only one irate women on the last day who became demanding and rather obnoxious at which point we all stood behind Damian in the manner in which he dealt with her. He was very professional. He was forced to take this women to the nearest island with a ferry because she insisted on getting off the boat and making her way to St Thomas. This was all because she wasn’t ready to leave the baths at Virgin Gorda when the captain said we were heading back. As we learn from life’s experiences, there is one in every crowd. Anyway, I would do it again in another part of the world and would and have recommended to others. The only thing that would have made it a more enjoyable would have been if the AC could have been left on at night. Although Damien did leave the air on for our first night while still in port our friends were in the room with the generator under there bed so we do understand why that was not possible. I am very grateful that we were given the room in the back as requested. My only regret is that I did not find out about this type of traveling when I was younger! Sincerely, Karen E Garves

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“Our sailing vacation was awesome / Lagoon 62 / May 2019 / BVI”

The captain (Damien) and chief (Michael) went out of their way to make the week special for everyone aboard. What we noticed about Damien was his concern about everyone’s safety during the week. We felt very secure with his expertise in handling the boat. He gave a daily briefing at breakfast and would look for ways to avoid bad weather while finding interesting places to see or snorkel. Although still recovering from recent hurricanes, the islands visited had their charms. Damien was very accommodating, shuttling via dingy everyone (who wanted) ashore spending time with us to make sure we were comfortable walking around the islands. The biggest surprise was how good our meals were. The variety of dishes by chief Michael was outstanding. For most meals, he would explain in both English and French what he had prepared. It was a nice touch. Thank you Grigory for helping us with this trip.

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“I was slightly nervous going in”

It was absolutely terrific and if you’ll let me know which websites you list on I’m happy to leave 100% positive reviews there. I was slightly nervous going in, because you have a relatively small English language web presence, but I couldn’t be more pleased. Happy to expand your service to more US based folks.

BVI / British Virgin Islands
“I had a great time and would definitely do it again”

We had a great time, the boat was beautiful, clean, and in working order. Our chef (Ina) was excellent and provided a variety of fresh dishes in astounding volumes. There was plenty of non-alcoholic beverages, water etc. Damien, the captain deviated from the itinerary but I trusted his advice, and we had fun swimming and snorkeling, etc. He was very gracious about taking us out in the dinghy when swimming (due to strong currents and waves) also whenever we wanted to go to shore. He always had our safety in mind, I nick-named him Captain Cautious, but I didn't mind as it never interfered with my activities and I understand his responsibility over us.

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24 February 2024

Tortola (BVI / British Virgin Islands)

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