The British Virgin Islands

A sailors Paradise

Crystal clear waters and balmy trade winds year round makes this the perfect playground for all kins of watersports activities. With most of the islands in line of sight, while cruising the Sir Francis Drake Channel it is easy to find a different cove for every day.

Uncover the unique character of each island in this unspoiled volcanic archipelago.

After snorkeling at The Caves at Norman Island, prepare for a night out at the famous floating bar and restaurant Willy T’s.

Visit the exclusive resort at Peter Island and hang out at their pristine beach at Deadmans Bay.

Anchor at Salt Island, dive The Wreck of The Rhone and go ashore to explore the salt ponds

Make a lunch stop at Cooper Island and go for a swimm to the beach

Explore The Baths – don’t forget your snorkel gear

Visit the North Sound of Virgin Gorda, home of the Bitter End Yacht Club, Saba Rock and more

Jost van Dyke, home of the well known beach bar and restaurant FOXY’S, White Bay and SIDNEY’S in Little Harbor, one of the best places to eat fresh lobster

If you have time and the weather permits, take a day or two to visit ANEGADA. Spend a day on the north beach and discover endless beaches and fascinating snorkeling at Loblolly Bay.

“Wether you do, or wether you don’t, all depends on the weather.”

Tell your captain at the beginning of your sailing vacation, which places you would like to see and trust him, to get you to the right place, at the right day. You want to be safe and comfortable and some anchorages are better then others, if you want to stay for the night, especially during the Winter months. Take advantage of his local knowledge and enjoy your time in Paradise.

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