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BVI sailing cruise by the cabin

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Cruising area
Caribbean BVI (map)
from € 145 ($163) per day
7 days
up to 12 persons
2 persons
private cabin
sunbathing, snorkeling
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 sailing dream - day1 - Tortola
Day 1
Boarding at 6 pm in Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola. Dinner on board and night at the marina.
Tortola sailing dream - day2 - Devils Bay
Day 2
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.
Tortola sailing dream - day3 - Anegada
Day 3
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.
Tortola sailing dream - day4 - Guana Island
Day 4
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. After lunch we will sail to Cane Garden Bay for the overnight. Here you may take a short walk to the sandy beach that nested in between coconuts trees and the local village.
Tortola sailing dream - day5 - Sandy Cay
Day 5
Sandy Cay
Breakfast on board and short passage to Sandy Cay national park donated by the Rockefeller family to BVI. The crew will take you ashore on dinghy where you may enjoy a beautiful short trail through the island. Then we will anchor near White Bay for lunch. Here, hidden between the palm trees you will find famous Soggy Dollar Bar home of the painkiller cocktail. Late afternoon we will head to Great Harbor for the night.
Tortola sailing dream - day6 - Norman Island
Day 6
Norman Island
9.30am we will sail to West End of Tortola and will anchor at Soppers Hole marina one of the beautiful Caribbean Harbors. Lunch on board and passage to the Indians Marine Park where you may enjoy a snorkeling in crystal clear waters. Night in Bight Bay a truly excellent anchorage. This bay is famous for it's floating bar established in 1989 on a wooden ship (Baltic Traider) under the name of William Thornton.
Tortola sailing dream - day7 - Cooper Island
Day 7
Cooper Island
At 8.30am we will sail to the Rhone marine park were you can snorkel and explore underwater steamer wreck that sank in 1867 during a hurricane. After lunch we will anchor at Manchioneel Bay, Cooper Island for the last night. This beach is often mentioned as one the best places in BVI.
Tortola sailing dream - day8 - Tortola
Day 8
Morning sailing back to base (3 nm/30 minutes), Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola – Disembarkation at 9.00 am.


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.


Sea kayaks are included in the price and will be on board of the catamaran for the entire duration of your vacation.
Yacht Model Lagoon 620 Crewed (DREAM ROQUES)
Length overall: 18.9
Draft: 4
Passenges (max):
Berths: 12
Cabins: 6
Bathrooms: 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.
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.

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.

Flights & transfers

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.

Price / person
20 Jul 2019 Tortola
7 days - (7d/6n) Lagoon 620 Crewed
27 Jul 2019 Tortola
€ 1270 from € 1 143 ($1 282)
27 Jul 2019 Tortola
7 days - (7d/6n) Lagoon 620 Crewed
03 Aug 2019 Tortola
€ 1270 from € 1 143 ($1 282)

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