Like the Inner Hebrides without the rain and the midges, The British Virgin Islands must rank among the best cruising areas in the world. Each island has a mixture of secluded anchorages, often with a small restaurant or bar ashore, smart hotels and fabulous dive sites and beaches.
Your trip will begin and end on Tortola, below is a selction of what you have in store
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Norman Island is South of Tortola. It helps form the southern perimeter of the Sir Francis Drake Channel. It is often called “Treasure Island” by the locals because of stories of lost pirate treasures. One unique feature of Norman Island is “The Caves” which are rumored to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s
Things to Do
With dozens of beaches and coves to choose from it is easy let all of your worries sail away in the warm Caribbean air. The most famous beach on Peter Island is Deadman’s Bay, part of the Peter Island Resort complex. It’s a perfect day anchorage at the most southeastern end of the island.
The principal anchorage on Cooper Island is Manchioneel Bay, located on the Northwest shore. There are many moorings you can use for a fee. There is a nice sandy beach, home to Cooper Island Beach Club with views of many of the islands to the west.
Virgin Gorda, The Baths
Swim or snorkel at The Baths, a unique rock formation with a myriad of secret pools and caves where you can take the cool walk through the tunnels to Devil's Bay where surf is sometimes ideal for body boarding or surfing.
At the Northeastern end is the Bitter End. Set well into the protected North Sound, it's like a little village at the end of the world.
This is the most stylish way for a couple to explore these beautiful Islands.
If you have a larger party why not charter both. Enquire for a special deal.
When you arrive you can discuss with your skipper exactly where you want to go and at what pace.
The yachts will be based in Tortolla, the perfect base for a week or fortnight's cruise of the neighbouring islands.
Charters for two guests are available between 17th January and 22nd March for either 7 or 14 days starting on a Saturday.
On arrival you can plan your itinerary with the skipper spending each day covering as little or as much ground as you like.
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Infanta: £2050 7 Days, £3450 14 Days
Pazienza: £2250 7 Days, £3750 14 Days
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