Discovery of the Virgin Islands
Tortola Welcome aboard at Tortola. Discuss your cruise plans around the charts, cocktails and dinner on board. Swimming is a possibility in this beautiful bay.
Spanish Town Set sail for a little beach north of the Baths (Virgin Gorda). This is a beautiful anchorage with fabulous snorkelling. Enjoy lunch on board and visit the Baths in the afternoon when the others have moved on. The Baths are enormous granite boulders amid little pools, lining a lovely beach. Spend the night in Spanish Town.
Bitter End Stroll around, do some shopping and then appreciate a short sail along the coast to an anchorage north of Bitter End. Superb snorkelling in beautiful turquoise waters. Lunch. Return to the Bitter End for the night. If you're lucky you can enjoy a barbecue and steel band (once a week)
Peter Island Set sail for Peter Island. Anchor at either Deadman's Bay, Little Harbour (great for scurfing!) or Key Cay, depending on the wind. A calm anchorage is guaranteed.
Norman Island Head to Norman Island. Anchor in front of Cays Caves for snorkelling, after lunch it's off to West End (Tortola) a picturesque little marina with painted wooden houses. Do a little shopping and enjoy dinner ashore
Jost Van Dyke It's off to Jost Van Dyke. Anchor for lunch and a swim at Green Cay or Sandy Cay depending on the wind. Spend the night at Great Harbour.
Guana Island Sail the length of Tortola to Guana Island. Lunch and snorkelling at Monkey Point. Disembark or have dinner on board depending on the length of your cruise.
Anegada Set sail early for Anegada to reach this fantastic, little-known coral island with its fabulous beach and snorkelling. The boat might be rolling depending on the weather.
Trellis Bay- Tortola Set sail back to Trellis Bay. A long downwind sail passing north of Tortola between Little Camanoe and Beef Island. You can enjoy dinner at one of the restaurants along the beach.
Tortola Farewell swim, lunch and it's time to disembark