British Virgin Islands, Sailing Adventure
British Virgin Islands, an experience of a life time! The perfect Getaway! The British Virgin Islands are one of the world's premiere sailing destinations. These tiny Caribbean islands offer pristine beaches, predictable weather and boat accessible only tourist sites. Our boat offers round the clock tranquility, modern sailing accommodations, and a week of vistas and vacation activities most people can only dream of.
We will spend 7 days and nights aboard a beautifully appointed 48 foot catamaran with 4 double cabins 4 bathrooms and space for our skipper and crew. Enjoy breakfasts and lunch prepared aboard the boat. Then sail the warm trade winds on the bluest water you could ever imagine. We set anchor at great snorkel spots, beaches for walking or sun basking and a game or two of beach croquet. Snorkel and fins are included for each person. Bikes are available in several ports to explore these beautiful islands. We will spend the late afternoon sailing to a delightful cove then dining at the beachfront restaurants with the sand between our toes and dance under the stars. You are invited to participate in sailing the boat as much as you would like under the guidance of James.
Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda will have single gear bicycles available to cruise the lush, tropical and VERY hilly islands. This is your vacation and cycling is one of your options. You can cycle as little or as much as it is available. At least one guide will be with you should you decide to cycle for the day.
- 8 Days
- Tour Type:
- Bike and Boat
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- Cost From:
- USD 5095
Tour Distance & Dates
- 2nd Feb 2020
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: Not available
Breakfasts on board the boat and picnic lunches, two dinners on the yacht, Skipper James Creasy, 1 cycling guide, snorkel and fins, kayak, stand up paddleboard, rental bike in 1 port of call, maps and narratives- dinners are in port at restaurants of choice and are the responsibility of the tour guests.
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