British Virgin Islands Ten Day Sailing Around Tortola and Virgin Gorda

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Ten Day Charter in the BVI Itinerary around Tortola and Virgin Gorda

Day 1

Pick up your yacht from the harbor in Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Spend the rest of the day in this amazing city known for magnificent architecture and beautiful landscapes.

Day 2

Sail west along the Tortola coastline and anchor in the neighborhood of Sea Cow Bay. Plan a hiking trip to the Mount Sage National Park which is full of breathtaking natural landscapes. Anchor for the night in Soper’s Hole Marina known for its exuberant atmosphere and vibrant nightlife. Have a late dinner and enjoy a home-made punch while watching the sunset.

Day 3

Leave Soper’s Hole early in the morning and sail north to wonderful Norman Island known also as the Treasure Island. You will find there many amazing snorkeling and diving spots, such as The Indians and The Caves. Spend the day relaxing on the beach and practicing watersports. You will be amazed by the diversity and richness of aquatic environment of this region. Do not forget to have a drink at amazing Willy T’s Floating Bar and Restaurant. Yes, the bar actually is the floating shipJ Anchor for the night at the charming Bight Bay.

Day 4

Have a short sail to Peter Island, where you will find breathtaking white-sand beaches as well as many excellent local restaurants and bars. Visitors especially appreciate the Deadman’s Beach Bar and Grill at Deadman’s Bay and the posh Tradewind’s Restaurant at Sprat Bay. Then, anchor for the night on the nearby Dead Chest Island.

Day 5

Sail to the nearby Salt Island, where you can find one of the most popular dives of the Caribbean – The Wreck of RMS Rhone, which sunk in 1897. This spot is such a popular probably due to a perfect visibility. Then, sail to Manchioneel Bay on Cooper Island for a late dinner at a waterfront restaurant. The bay will also be your overnight anchorage.

Day 6

Start your day with snorkeling near Cistern Point. This site is extremely valued among both beginners and professionals. Snorkeling at Cistern Point gives you an opportunity to admire extremely rich aquatic environment, such as schools of exotic fish and beautiful reef. Then, spend the rest of the day relaxing in the hilly surroundings of Ginger Island.

Day 7

Set off to the one of the most scenic places in the Caribbean – The Baths located on Virgin Gorda. It is a picturesque beach covered with huge boulders, which are formed in a shape of an arches, coves and tunnels. Some of them are situated underwater making a spectacular snorkeling site. After spending there the major part of the day, sail off north to the North Sound of Virgin Gorda which will be your anchorage for the night.

Day 8

Spend the day discovering the beauty of the North Sound. This part of Virgin Gorda is known for breathtaking beaches and blue lagoon that surrounds it. Have a relaxing time sunbathing, paddle-boarding or kitesurfing as well as visiting the neighboring, often transformed into luxury resorts, islands and islets, such as Prickly Pear or Saba Rock.

Day 9

Have a last morning on Virgin Gorda. Eat a proper breakfast at one of the waterfront restaurants and jump in the pristine blue waters for a quick swim. Then start your journey back to Tortola. Anchor for the night at Parham Town.

Day 10

Spend the morning on relaxing at the beach and swimming and then disembark your boat in Road Town at noon.

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