BVI is truly a sailor’s paradise. Our Sailing Holiday in the BVI will discover it to you, together with its hidden gems. It is one of those places that have to be lived, to be fully understood. An adventure at sea is in store whether you’re a first-time sailor or an experienced captain thanks to consistent trade winds, clear water and sunshine every day.
Discovering the beauty of BVI is all about uncovering the unique character of each island in this unspoiled volcanic archipelago. From the culture and history of BVI’s four largest islands to the pristine natural splendour of more than 50 smaller islands, every place you drop anchor offers its own special magic.
You will learn how to sail a yacht, or you can only lay in the sun, enjoying the breathtaking view, having a cold drink. It's your choice!
When: 07 - 14.01.2017
Where: Tortola - Norman Island - Peter Island - Anedada Island - Virgin Gorda - Jost van Dyke - Whyte Bay - Tortola
Marina: Hodges Creek Marina
Airport: Tortola International Airport
- 8 days accomodation
- A professional Skipper that will sail you to wonderful islands and amazing villages
- Fully insured yacht
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Gas for the kitchen
- Safety equipment
- Sheets, blankets & towels
- GPS & nautical charts
- Final cleaning
- Stereo with speakers
- Tour planing and administration
- A fully featured yacht with everything you need for amazing sailing holidays
- Sun, sail, friends and unforgettable memorie
Flights, airport transfer, diesel and marina fees are not included.
Sailing Holiday BVI - Points of Interest
Tortola – is a sailor’s paradise. This is the yacht charter capital of the Caribbean and arguably the most famous sailing destination in the world.
The Baths, Virgin Gorda – Supposedly named ‘The Fat Virgin’ by Christopher Columbus, Virgin Gorda is the third largest island in the BVI. Visitors will be stunned by the natural beauty of The Baths National Park offering some of the best snorkeling in the islands. Spanish Town offers good nightlife, with a lively piano bar and a small but good selection of restaurants whilst The Gorda Sound with its protected anchorages and beautiful scenery is the perfect place to while away the hours with a cocktail as the sun sets over the water.
Rhone Shipwreck, Salt Island – The wreck of the RMS Rhone is considered to be one of the best wreck dives in the Caribbean, if not in the world. It is the wreckage of a Royal Mail steamship that got caught in a hurricane in October 1867.
Sandy Spit – Another great stop on your way to Jost van Dyke is Sandy Spit. A tiny uninhabited Cay like Sandy Cay, surrounded by a picture perfect, 360° white sand beach, boaters and visitors from all over the world love sun bathing, excellent snorkeling, picnics and watersports there. Naturally as uninhabited cays go, there is no dock, so prepare to get wet and swim to shore. A treasure of the BVI!.
Jost van Dyke – is well known for its relaxed laid back atmosphere with some of the best beach bars in the BVI. You can swim in from your boat to the Soggy Dollar Bar in White Bay and experience a Painkiller – a rum-based island specialty! For those looking to stretch their legs then you can walk from Diamond Cay to the Bubbly pool and splash about in the natural wave pool.
Foxy's – Foxy’s is located on Jost Van Dyke. At just 3.5 square miles and about 300 inhabitants, the pace is a bit slower here. Whether you stay for a day or a week, you’ll find plenty to do. Sly Fox and Dread Fox are the speciality drinks of the house made with Foxy’s own rum! And don’t forget Foxy’s draft beers fresh from Foxy’s own microbrewery on Jost Van Dyke!