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Explore the British Virgin Islands

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The British Virgin Islands are known as a nature and water recreation destination, with sensational beaches
Suited to
Families, Couples, Groups
Difficulty
No experience required
Nights onboard
7
Vessel type
Lagoon 40 Catamaran Lagoon 560 S2 Catamaran* *Surcharges apply for premium upgrades
Vessel length
38 – 55ft
Crew
Yes
Berth Style
Double cabins (air-con and en suite)
Insurance Required
Yes
Local Airport
Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport

Ready to explore the British Virgin Islands and Tortola in fully-catered luxury? Our Tortola Dream Premium by-the-cabin charter offers exactly what you are looking for.

7 nights: Various dates January - December

From £2,545 per double cabin*

Trips are priced in the operator’s local currency. The sterling amount shown is a guide only and the amount you pay in sterling will change with currency fluctuations.

This unique cruise provides various options, such as hiking and safari tours, along with snorkelling and diving. Premium cabins offer a luxurious retreat to return to after a day spent exploring.

Start your adventure by flying into Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport and either take a short walk or a two-minute taxi ride to the Trellis Bay ferry dock where you can catch the regular Scrub Island ferry to the base. The ferry from Trellis Bay runs between 6:45 am to 10:30 pm and from Scrub Island between 6:30 am and 10:15 pm - this is a free service for our customers. Those coming from St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie, can board the ferry to Tortola followed by a 45-minute taxi ride from Road Town Ferry Dock to Trellis Bay to pick up the Scrub Island ferry.

At the base, you can get settled into your private cabin suite. Your first destination is Monkey Point on Guana Island, home to dazzlingly diverse aquatic life. Cane Garden Bay is the perfect place to stroll along the shoreline. Sandy Cay is covered in beautiful trails and is close to the famous Soggy Dollar Bar.

The Tortola Premium Cruise is the ultimate treat and crewed, catered, fully-planned sailing provides a view of the BVI you won’t want to miss.

Day 1: Saturday (Scrub Island)

Boarding at 6 pm in Scrub Island Marina, followed by dinner on board.

Day 2: Sunday (Jost Van Dyke)

After breakfast, set sail from Scrub Island Marina, making your way to White Bay (12Nm/2 hours) for lunch and a visit to Soggy Dollar Bar. Late afternoon, head to Great Harbour (3Nm/30min) for dinner and some cocktails at Foxy’s Tamarind.

Day 3: Monday (Norman Island)

Depart after breakfast and head to secluded Sandy Cay (3Nm/30 min) for snorkelling, watersports or lounging at the beach. After lunch, you can take a dinghy ashore and enjoy a beautiful trail walk through the island. Later, sail to Norman Island (12Nm/2 hours) to visit the Treasure Point sea caves before heading to Benures Bay (3Nm/30min) for a quiet evening under the stars.

Day 4: Tuesday (Peter Island – Cooper Island)

After having breakfast, depart from Benures Bay and head to the Indians (2Nm/30min) where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters. After snorkelling, sail to Deadmans Bay (6Nm/1 hour) on Peter Island for watersports and relaxation. Later in the afternoon, you can go to Peter Island’s Great Harbour, and/or spend your evening at Cooper Island.

Day 5: Wednesday (Virgin Gorda)

Head to the Baths marine park (10Nm/2 hours) to enjoy snorkelling in the most beautiful spot of the BVI or hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a giant boulder maze. Later sail to North Gorda (10Nm/2 hours) and anchor between the islands of Prickly Pear and Eustatia for a quiet evening.

Day 6: Thursday (Anegada)

Early in the morning, set sail for Anegada Setting Point (15Nm/3 hours) where you can rent Jeeps and explore the island. Try the island’s famous Anegada lobster dinner on shore. Throughout the trip enjoy the beautiful features of the Sunken Island (flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking white sandy beaches). Additional fees may apply for the excursion.

Day 7: Friday (Guana Island)

In the morning sail from Anegada and head to Monkey Point (20Nm/4 hours) on Guana island for lunch and snorkelling. Explore one of the best snorkelling spots on the island with plenty of turtles and fish close to shore. Spend some time at beautiful White Bay beach before a sail to Marina Cay (5Nm/1 hour) shortly before sunset. Settle in at Marina Cay for the evening.

Day 8: Saturday (Scrub Island)

Morning sailing back to base (15min), Disembarkation on Scrub Island Marina is at 9.00 am.

  • Skipper and Hostess
  • 7-night cruise with half board service (breakfast + lunch)
  • Drinks on board (half-litre wine or 1-litre beer per passenger/day)
  • Your travel to and from the start and endpoints.
  • Travel insurance
  • Extra alcohol
  • Any meals you eat ashore
  • Open to novice sailors

Scrub Island, BVI

Scrub Island, BVI

Day 1: Saturday (Scrub Island)

Boarding at 6 pm in Scrub Island Marina, followed by dinner on board.

Day 2: Sunday (Jost Van Dyke)

After breakfast, set sail from Scrub Island Marina, making your way to White Bay (12Nm/2 hours) for lunch and a visit to Soggy Dollar Bar. Late afternoon, head to Great Harbour (3Nm/30min) for dinner and some cocktails at Foxy’s Tamarind.

Day 3: Monday (Norman Island)

Depart after breakfast and head to secluded Sandy Cay (3Nm/30 min) for snorkelling, watersports or lounging at the beach. After lunch, you can take a dinghy ashore and enjoy a beautiful trail walk through the island. Later, sail to Norman Island (12Nm/2 hours) to visit the Treasure Point sea caves before heading to Benures Bay (3Nm/30min) for a quiet evening under the stars.

Day 4: Tuesday (Peter Island – Cooper Island)

After having breakfast, depart from Benures Bay and head to the Indians (2Nm/30min) where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters. After snorkelling, sail to Deadmans Bay (6Nm/1 hour) on Peter Island for watersports and relaxation. Later in the afternoon, you can go to Peter Island’s Great Harbour, and/or spend your evening at Cooper Island.

Day 5: Wednesday (Virgin Gorda)

Head to the Baths marine park (10Nm/2 hours) to enjoy snorkelling in the most beautiful spot of the BVI or hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a giant boulder maze. Later sail to North Gorda (10Nm/2 hours) and anchor between the islands of Prickly Pear and Eustatia for a quiet evening.

Day 6: Thursday (Anegada)

Early in the morning, set sail for Anegada Setting Point (15Nm/3 hours) where you can rent Jeeps and explore the island. Try the island’s famous Anegada lobster dinner on shore. Throughout the trip enjoy the beautiful features of the Sunken Island (flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking white sandy beaches). Additional fees may apply for the excursion.

Day 7: Friday (Guana Island)

In the morning sail from Anegada and head to Monkey Point (20Nm/4 hours) on Guana island for lunch and snorkelling. Explore one of the best snorkelling spots on the island with plenty of turtles and fish close to shore. Spend some time at beautiful White Bay beach before a sail to Marina Cay (5Nm/1 hour) shortly before sunset. Settle in at Marina Cay for the evening.

Day 8: Saturday (Scrub Island)

Morning sailing back to base (15min), Disembarkation on Scrub Island Marina is at 9.00 am.

Sailing boots

Trainers/ deck shoes (no black soled shoes please – they mark the deck)

Waterproof sailing kit

Hat

Sailing gloves

Clothes for on-board and on shore

A small backpack for trips on-shore (30-40 litres)

A water bottle

Sun glasses (polarized)

Sun cream – SPF50+

Small quick dry towel

Swimming kit

USB cord to charge your phone

Cash

Head torch

Sailing knife

Passport

Printed out Insurance details

Any medication you require