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BVI catamaran cabin charter cruise from Tortola

Sailing holiday in catamaran - Cabin charter - British Virgin Islands, Tortola - Yacht: Bahia 46

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The British Virgin Islands, in the Caribbean, are made up of around 60 islands, most of which are of volcanic origin and have a hilly profile. If you wish to go on a sailing yacht cruise in the Caribbean, the British Virgin Islands are the best place to start. They are among the most popular holiday destinations in the Caribbean and they offer the best sailing, being very close to one another and thus allowing short transfers from one unspoilt beach to another, splendid bays where to moor and plenty of shelter. Not to mention the excellent restaurants on the beaches!

In the islands the sea is always good and the wind is constantly blowing, while the weather is stable. Each one of the BVI has its own beauty, character and legends. On board of this Bahia 46 catamaran you'll just have to relax because the crew will see to the cooking, granting a comfortable and safe vacation.

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  1. Tortola

    Tortola

    Boarding in Tortola, the biggest and most populated beach of the archipelago. Night at the marina.

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    Day 1
  2. Norman Island

    Norman Island

    After breakfast you'll sail towards the Indians, rocks situated in front of Norman Island which are famous for snorkelling and the beautiful sea bottoms. Short transfer to Norman Island, popular for its caves and the treasure which may have inspired Robert Stevenson's "Treasure island". Here you'll spend the night at The Bight, a protected bay where you can visit Willy T bar or the Pirates, one of the livliest bars in the archipelago, or in splendid silent Nur Bay.

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    Day 2
  3. Peter Island

    Peter Island

    Today you'll reach Peter Island anchoring at its splendid bays, the most famous of which is that of Deadman's Beach.

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    Day 3
  4. Virgin Gorda

    Virgin Gorda

    Sailing towards Virgin Gorda with stops for swimming in Dead Chest and Salt Island islets. Arrival at Virgin Gorda, at the famous The Baths, a unique attraction, with enormous granite boulders creating mysterious caves, saltwater pools and a linking path inside. This place attracts tourists from all over the world and is a perfect spot for swimming and snorkelling. Night at anchor.

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    Day 4
  5. Virgin Gorda

    Virgin Gorda

    Today you'll explore Gorda Sound, a lagoon which is protected by the coral reef on one side and countless islands and islets on the other, like an immense water mirror full of anchoring spots, where, besides enjoying pleasant swims, you can moor in places such as Bitter End and spend a Caribbean night inland, accompanied by music and punch rum. Night at anchor, protected by the reef in front of Saba Rock islet.

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    Day 5
  6. Virgin Gorda

    Virgin Gorda

    You'll reach the magnificent islands sorrounding Gorda Sound by tender. Eustasia Sound, Prickley Pear, Necker Island are among the most beautiful paradises of the Caribbean with their white beaches and a coral reef which is extremely full of fish. Night at anchor.

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    Day 6
  7. Anegada

    Anegada

    Sailing towards the coral island of Anegada, famous for its lobsters and the coral reef, featuring endless white beaches. Anegada is also a paradise for scuba diving and snorkelling. Night at anchor and lobster-based dinner at the restaurant on the beach.

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    Day 7
  8. Marina Cay

    Marina Cay

    Sailing to Guana Island, swimming and snorkelling in Monkey Point, stop over at the tiny island of Marina Cay. Night at anchor in this enchanted place, where you can drink an excellent Caribbean cocktail.

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    Day 8
  9. Jost Van Dyke

    Jost Van Dyke

    Sailing to Jost Van Dyke. Its bays are marvellous, just as spectacular White Bay with its strip of white sand, sorrounded by coconut palms. Once inland you can take part to the happy hour at famous Foxy Bar.

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    Day 9
  10. Tortola

    Tortola

    In the morning enjoy some more swimming in Jost Van Dyke, anchoring at Sandy Cay and Sandy Spit, two sand islets sorrounded by a turquoise sea; in the afternoon return to Tortola for a night at anchor in a bay or at the marina.

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    Day 10
  11. Disembarkation

    Disembarkation

    Disembarkation in Tortola (the program might be subject to changes for safety reasons and based on sea weather conditions according to the unquestionable decision of the skipper).

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    Day 11

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