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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 time you’ll be able to create an exciting new sailing itinerary. From relaxing on pristine beaches to snorkelling through captivating caves, followed by evenings spent onboard or at one of the BVIs famous eateries.

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Day 1: Wickhams Cay II to Spanish Town

Leaving from our base at Wickhams Cay II, you’ll embark on the first leg of your Caribbean sailing adventure. Cruise east from Tortola toward Virgin Gorda, with the sun warming the deck beneath your feet. First stop, The Baths! This famous, awe-inspiring geological wonder is comprised of massive granite boulders that appear to tumble into the sea.
BVI - Baths

Day 2: Spanish Town to Gorda Sound, Virgin Gorda

From Spanish Town, you’ll trace a meandering path northwards. Sail the length of majestic Virgin Gorda, passing broad Savannah Bay, before rounding the headland and entering Gorda Sound. From Spanish Town, Cooper Island you’ll trace a meandering path northwards. Sail the length of majestic Virgin Gorda, first passing Ginger and the Jerusalem islands, then bustling Spanish Town and passing broad Savannah Bay, before rounding the headland and entering Gorda Sound.
Gorda Sound

Day 3: Gorda Sound to Anegada

A little over 15 miles to the north of Gorda Sound, 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.
Anegada

Day 4: Anegada

A little over 15 miles to the north of Gorda Sound, 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.
Anegada

Day 5: Anegada to Trellis Bay

Your next stop is on the east end of Tortola, where you’ll find quaint Trellis Bay. There is a small market available here for basic provisions. A highlight at Trellis Bay are the monthly full moon parties featuring fire balls on the water and live entertainment.
Trellis Bay

Day 6: Trellis Bay to Jost Van Dyke

To the northwest of Tortola you’ll find Jost Van Dyke, the smallest of the four main British Virgin Islands. Leave Trellis Bay in your wake as you sail past little Sandy Cay, heading for the southern shores of Jost Van Dyke and the welcoming mouth of Great Harbour.
Great Harbour

Day 7: Great Harbour to The Bight, Norman Island

Sail the border between two countries as you navigate The Narrows separating St. John from Tortola. Pick your way between Great Thatch and Little Thatch islands before bearing southeast towards Norman Island. Norman Island is said to be the inspiration behind Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, and many visitors still explore the coves and bays in the hope of discovering long forgotten pirate booty.
Norman Island

Day 8: The Bight to Wickhams Cay II

Use your final day to return to our base at Wickhams Cay II. The journey will take you past Peter Island, with its multitude of bays, coves and reefs, so take the opportunity to stop off and explore. Take your time and return to base at your own pace or hurry back early to spend the day exploring Tortola—it’s entirely up to you.
Wickhams Cay II