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Tortola Yacht Charter

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With 60 islands you’ll never get bored of a BVI yacht charter. However many times you visit this wonderful sailing destination, each is certain to bring a new, exciting sailing itinerary. From relaxing on pristine beaches to snorkeling through captivating caves, and evenings spent onboard or at one of the BVIs famous eateries.

Virgin Gorda 7 Day

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Day 1, Wickhams Cay II

This new multi-million dollar investment will not disappoint with all its modern features designed to be kind to our environment.
Tortola Base - Yacht charter

Day 2, Cooper Island

Begin your charter with a short morning sail across the well-protected Sir Francis Drake Channel, which will bring you to Cooper Island Beach Club for a lunchtime arrival. This is a very small mooring spot, so it is important to arrive early because there are no anchorages once the mooring balls are gone! Kick back and enjoy a real taste of island life with your fellow sailing enthusiasts at the rum bar ashore.
Marina Cay Yacht charter

Day 3, Virgin Gorda

Sail from Cooper Island to Virgin Gorda You’re first longer sail of the trip. Stop off at the Baths to explore the famous formation of boulders, some of which form interesting caves to explore. Leverick Bay Marina is home to a resort ideal for water sports fans, offering jetskiing, , waterskiing and more. In addition the pool and bar offer an excellent place to relax. To the east of the marina, Leverick Bay itself provides quiet anchorage for those with more sedate tastes.
Virgin Gorda Yacht Charter

Day 4, Anegada

A little over 15 miles to the north of Leverick Bay, the island of Anegada awaits your arrival. Enjoy a prolonged spell of blue water sailing as you leave Virgin Gorda in your wake and cruise through the blue to this flat coral atoll. Sparsely populated and teeming with wildlife, Anegada is a must see for nature lovers. Visit the Salt Ponds to view Anegada’s resident flamingos, and keep an eye out for the rare ground iguanas that live only here and on Guana Island.
Biras Creek - Yacht charter

Day 5, Marina Cay

Tracing Tortola’s northern coast as you head for Marina Cay. Pass by a succession of idyllic sandy beaches before squeezing through the channel separating Guana Island from Tortola. Sheltered from the elements by Great Camanoe and Scrub Island, Marina Cay is a tiny islet where you can grab a mooring buoy and head for the beach or the bar. Kick back and enjoy a real taste of island life with your new flotilla friends.
Garden Bay - Yacht charter

Day 6, Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke

Leave Marina Cay in your wake as you pass little Sandy Cay and the narrow entrance to Garner Bay. Sail on to lively Great Harbour, with its sandy beach, welcoming bars and lush mountains. Relax on the beach, visit world-famous Soggy Dollar bar or make use of the local dive shop to explore beneath the waves of the diverse Caribbean Sea.
The bight - Yacht charter

Day 7, Free sailing day

Tracing Tortola’s northern coast as you head for Marina Cay. Pass by a succession of idyllic sandy beaches before squeezing through the channel separating Guana Island from Tortola. Sheltered from the elements by Great Camanoe and Scrub Island, Marina Cay is a tiny islet where you can grab a mooring buoy and head for the beach or the bar. Kick back and enjoy a real taste of island life with your new flotilla friends.
BVI Yacht charter