The archipelagos of islands and cays that comprise the British Virgin Islands and the US Virgin Islands have two great assets – accessibility and virgin beauty. The Virgin Islands have been known for years as a sailor’s paradise, yacht cruisers were among the first to discover the beauty of this untouched paradise. There is a perfect island for everyone.
Embark your charter yacht from the glamorous waterfront of Charlotte Amalie in the US Virgin Islands and cruise to Francis Bay on the island of St. John.
Cruise on to Cruz Bay before going over to the British Virgin Islands. Drop anchor and enjoy the beach bars at Soper’s Hole.
Cruise over to Norman Island. Explore the island’s mesmerizing caves before a leisurely afternoon of watersports. Early evening take the tender out to dine at the floating restaurant Willy T schooner,
Spend the morning lounging around the secluded White Bay on Peter Island. Diving on the site of the RMS Rhone awaits you. She was wrecked off the coast of Salt Island on the 29th of October, 1867 in a hurricane and now makes for a fantastic dive site.
Enjoy an unforgettable morning at The Baths, home to a unique rock formation with myriad secret pools and caves. Explore the crystal clear waters with a snorkel or kayak.
Spend the day relaxing in the plush surroundings of the Bitter End Yacht Club or at Saba Rock.
Enjoy the astonishing wildlife of Anegada. The waters of this island and its coral reef make for an unsurpassed afternoon of diving.
Early evening anchor in White Bay and step ashore onto the lively island of Jost Van Dyke. Enjoy the local sounds whilst savoring a fresh lobster at a local beach bar.
Cross over back into the US Virgin Islands to go back to its lively capital. Enjoy its magnificent architecture, shopping, bars and restaurants before reluctantly going home.