Family Sail Itinerary - 7 day
(5 day charter is also available)
Day 1 - Cooper Island
Setting sail from Nanny Cay Marina we will make our way to Cooper Island with a series of tacks up the Sir Francis Drake Channel. We'll pick up a mooring ball in Manchioneel Bay. You'll have the opportunity to dinghy out to Cistern Point where there is excellent snorkeling. Ashore, you'll find a beach lined with palm trees attached to the quaint Cooper Island Beach Club. A terrific spot for a cocktail, while watching the sun set over the Sir Francis Drake Channel.
Day 2 - Bitter End, North Sound, Virgin Gorda
The Bitter End is a large bay encircled by /s and islands. Head ashore for some of the best water sports in the world or stroll through this world class resort, take a kiteboarding lesson, windsurf or stay on the boat looking out at this picturesque anchorage and watch the sun go down. In the evening Saba Rock offers fun entertainment for the whole family.
Day 3 - Anegada
A two hour beam reach puts you into Setting Point, Anegada. The island of Anegada is actually a sand bar on top of a / and is almost completely circled by / and surrounded by white beach. Take a 15 minute land tour over this coral / island to Loblolly Bay where you are sure to find crystal clear waters, shallow snorkeling and miles of fine white sand beach. Relax in a hammock under the sea grape trees before returning to Setting Point for a fabulous dinner on the beach at the Anegada / hotel.
Day 4 - The Baths, Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda
You'll spend the day at the famed Baths on Virgin Gorda. Explore these wonders by foot, hiking over, around and under enormous granite formations. Make your way through these unusual boulders and large natural pools and you'll reach Devil's Bay where you'll find a small, white sand beach with excellent snorkeling. In the afternoon, the Top of the Baths is the perfect spot for lunch, a cocktail and a swim in their fresh water pool.
|Day 5 - Marina Cay |
Today we have an easy downwind sail to Marina Cay, the home of the historical Pusser's and subject of Robb White's book "Our Virgin Island". Marina Cay is an Idyllic spot with a fringing barrier /, offering great snorkeling, or if you prefer, a relaxing afternoon staring at calm, clear water where the bottom looks six feet away, but could be fifty.
Day 6 - Cane Garden Bay, Tortola
We'll sail through the Camanoe and Guana Passages, stopping at Monkey Point on Guana Island for lunch and a snorkel on our way to Cane Garden Bay. A picture book anchorage, Cane offers up palm trees spotting a white sandy crescent beach, and verdant, green hills rolling down towards the shore. There is an ample supply of watering holes and restaurants to visit as you watch the sun set over St. Thomas.
Day 7 - Norman Island
This day we'll run down to west end of Tortola and head up through the Thatch Cut, tacking our way to Norman Island and picking up a mooring ball in the Bight. Watch the sun set over St. John from the boat after snorkeling the Caves. Last but not least, a visit to the infamous "William Thornton", a big, black schooner, turned floating bar or go ashore and enjoy the quaint beach by Pirates restaurant for lunch. Children can enjoy fishing off the dock here.
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