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Level 3 Sailing Courses - BVI ASA 103/104 Learn to Bareboat

The Sunsail ASA sailing school is located in the the BVI, 60 miles east of Puerto Rico, and stretching for more than 30 miles around the Sir Francis Drake Channel – one of the finest and most protected sailing areas in the world. Year-round balmy temperatures and line-of-sight sailing make the BVI the perfect choice for cruising and especially suited to learning or improving your skills.

Tortola and the sailing area

Course itinerary stops could include world-famous sites such as the breathtaking Baths at Virgin Gorda, the Caves at Norman Island, and the wonderful white sandy beaches of Jost Van Dyke.
 
Sunsail's sailing school, in the heart of the BVI, joins a well-established base of around 180 Sunsail charter yachts in the protected harbor of Wickham's Cay II. There is a hotel, a fresh water swimming pool, shops, and two restaurants with bars.
 
Wherever you go there’s always a safe, secluded anchorage nearby with lots of room to practice maneuvers and stop for a nice lunch on board. The warm, clear waters boast superb snorkeling and home to one of the world’s most famous dive sites at the Wreck of the Rhone.
 
Jost Van Dyke, named after a Dutch pirate, has some amazing sandy beaches. White Bay is a yachting favorite where the Painkiller cocktail originated at The Soggy Dollar Bar. Take time out in a hammock here to let all your new sailing skills and facts sink in!
 
Evenings are your own to enjoy food and drink ashore at unforgettable locations such as Foxy’s and the Willy T, a converted sailing ship anchored up at The Bight on Norman Island. Famous for live music, wild nights, and party games these are two of the livelier evenings in store, but you might rather have a quiet BBQ on board with your crewmates – the choice is yours.
 

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