Typical itinerary

Before you leave the marina, we will provide you with a thorough briefing, complete with a walkthrough of your yacht and information on the waters. We will give you a standard itinerary featuring all the details you’ll need to enjoy an unforgettable and worry-free trip (restocking water and ice, berths, best restaurants, grocery and supply stores, musts and essentials, etc.).

Here is but one example of what your could experience :


The Bight - Normand Island

Day 1: Departure at 12 pm.  Destination: The Bight, Norman Island.  You will spend your first night in this magnificent bay.Dinner and island-style partying at the William Thornton floating restaurant and bar.


Day 2: After breakfast, perhaps a hike on Norman Island with superb vistas overlooking the Sir Francis Drake Channel or Caribbean Sea? After you leave for some snorkelling in the The Caves of Treasure Point, rumoured to be the site that inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Treasure Island. After lunch, you can set sail for  Great Harbour of Peter Island. You drop anchor and spend the night. Upon arrival, you can choose between swimming in the wCheck Insurance - Annapolis Boat Show 121arm, crystal-clear waters or visiting the Peter Island Resort.


Day 3: It’s “carte blanche” for the morning. You can spa on Peter Island, scuba dive with instructors from Blue Water Divers, or you raise the sails for a short distance to get to Deadman’s Bay of Peter Island to enjoy the magnificent white sandy beach.  After lunch, you head for Marina Cay, where you will spend the night. Two hours of sailing along the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Upon arriving at Marina Cay,  moor and revel in this adorable tiny island. Why not have dinner at Pusser’s restaurant ?


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Day 4: After a big breakfast, a short stop at the fuel dock.  Restock on water, ice, diesel and even drop off your trash. Now you set sail for Virgin Gorda’s Savannah Bay. Be careful, the access is tricky !  One of your crew should go to the bow and look for the corals.  Upon arrival, you will not be able to resist swimming on this spectacular beach.  Picnic on the beach or under a palm tree! Hurray for holidays… After lunch, you leave for Gorda Sound. A nice sailing afternoon, where you’ll be wowed by this corner of paradise inaccessible by road. Marinas, luxury hotels, fine dining restaurants, white sandy beaches and a community of boats having contentedly dropped anchor. On the bay side, the Bitter End hotel complex and marina are popular with amateur yachtsmen for their nautical ambiance and unique Caribbean character.


The BathsDay 5: You leave this superb bay and motor for Leverick Bay, where a taxi driver VSV can book for you in advance awaits you to take you on a tour of Virgin Gorda Island. You will discover, among other things, The Baths, where huge round granite boulders stretch out along the beach, forming a host of small coves ideal for snorkelling. A veritable seaside Stonehenge, where you will spend numerous enjoyable hours. Back on boat for a quick lunch, after which you point the compass toward Guana Island, a nature reserve whose bird species include the masked booby, a graceful, mostly-white bird with a black facemask. You drop anchor in White Bay, facing yet another superb desert beach. How about a quick swim prior to cocktails?


Day 6: After breakfast, you make the short trip to Guana Island’s Monkey Point. This is a treasure trove for practitioners of free diving. Turtles, shoals of fish, IMG_2723superb corals. Bring your underwater camera!!! You then set sail for Sandy Spit, a marvellous stopover strictly accessible by boat. A dream white sand island! After lunch, you leave for Jost Van Dyke Island. You spend the night in Great Harbour, home of the celebrated Foxy’s Bar, renowned for its party atmosphere. Following dinner on board, you can spend the rest of the evening swaying to the rhythms of island music.


112Day 7: After breakfast, it’s off to White Bay. Some of your crew can choose to hike there through the mountains and others can sail there aboard the yacht. This beach enjoys an enviable reputation. Located on the south side of Jost Van Dyke Island, many consider it the most beautiful beach in the Caribbean.  You’ll want to stay forever! Nevertheless, all good things must come to an end, and you ultimately set sail for your starting point, Tortola Island. This is always a superb trip. If time permits, you can quickly stop over at Soper’s Hole for some shopping! Then back to Nanny Cay for your final overnight.  If you prefer, you can spend your last night in a nice bay and come back to Nanny Cay in the morning. Departure at 12 pm.

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