Yacht Charters in
the British Virgin Islands
Protected waters. full-service marina, resort and traditional island bars are just few of the attractions of a British virgin Islands yacht charter. It’s little wonder that the BVI is rated as the top cruising destination in the world.
7 nights – one week from Tortola to Tortola
Day 1: from Road Town to Norman Island – 7 nautical miles
Leave Road Town and sail down to the Bight at Norman Isalnd, snorkel around the Caves and the Indians. Eat at the well known restaurant The William Thornton.
Day 2: From Norman Island to Great Harbour
Stop on the way at Sandy Cay or Green Cay with beautiful sandy beaches.
Day 3: From Great Harbour to Cane Garden Bay
Callwoods rum distillery is located at Cane Garden which clients may visit at certain times.
Day 4: From Cane Garden to Trellis Bay or Marina Cay
Sail up the north side of Tortola to either Trellis Bay or Marina Cay, making a stop for snorkeling or lunch at Monkey Point.
Day 5: from Trellis Bay or Marina Cay to Spanish Town or North Sound
Continue up to Virgin Gorda with a stop at the Baths at Spanish Town. Day moorings are available at the Baths but no overnight anchorage.
Day 6: from north Sound to Cooper Island
This is not a good anchorage for holding. A very pretty one at Manchoneel Bay, sandy beach, trees, a good restaurant and beach bar.
Day 7: from Cooper Island to Peter
A short hop to Little Harbour at Peter Island, maybe have a quick swim at Deadman’s Bay. Usually a very peaceful anchorage at Little Harbour, ideal setting for a last night.