Virgin Islands

Virgin Islands

Day 1
 From your start base  St Thomas you can cruise to Christmas Cove for lunch, have a swim, and then go to Leinster Bay on the Island of St John for the evening. From Leinster Bay you can easily access Waterlemon Cay, which offers the best snorkelling on St John. This anchorage is situated within a national park and the fact that there are no lights ashore means that the stars appear especially bright.

Day 2
You can enjoy a swim and breakfast before leaving for Soper's Hole at West End, Tortola. Soper's Hole is very picturesque harbor and there is a legend that it has been the residence of Blackbeard when he was living in the British Virgin Islands. At Pusser's Landing you will find a number of boutiques, lots of charming restaurants and some great galleries. Nearby Norman Island is a great location for snorkeling amongst the caves.

Day 3
In the morning you can cruise to the Peter Island Resort, the largest private island in the British Virgin Islands, where you can enjoy your lunch and spa. Spend the afternoon exploring the world famous Baths of Virgin Gorda, series of exotic pools and grottoes formed from giant boulders. In the evening enjoy your dinner and drinks at the nearby Little Dix resort, built by Rockefeller.

Day 4
 In the afternoon cruise to Bitter End and anchor by the marina. Bitter End is one of the greatest venues for water sports in the Caribbean and visitors can enjoy all manner of activities including sailing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing.

Day 5
Cruise to the island of Anegada, the northernmost of the British Virgin Islands. You can watch for whales and dolphins from the comfort of your yacht, or get even closer to the wonderful mammals swimming or snorkeling in the scenic Loblolly Bay. Grilled lobster lunches are one of the things you need to have in Anegada.

Day 6
You can cruise to Great Camanoe Island for that day. Anchoring at Cam Bay you can explore the national park, which is full of amazing local bird life, flora and fauna, swimming and snorkeling in the sea where the variety of fish is truly amazing. Another great option for snorkeling is Monkey Point on Guano Island.

Day 7
 Your first stop is the uninhabited island of Sandy Cay that offers fine walking trails and a tremendous sense of seclusion. Second stop, Jost Van Dyke, is just a short cruise from Sandy Cay, and is the smallest of the four principal islands of the British Virgin Islands. Enjoy lunch in one of the many restaurants that line the Great Harbor before steaming to Caneel Bay, St John in order to clear customs into US waters before disembarking at St Thomas.