Enjoy six nights on the yacht, travelling bigger and smaller islands, visit white-sand beaches and famous bars, and take part in Caribbean style beach parties.
Arrive to Tortola by midday and be ready to board on the yacht as the skipper and host provides with all necessary information for you to feel comfortable and safe. Travel to the Norman Island and enjoy dinner with your skipper at the famous Willie T Floating bar. On the next day continue travelling along more and less inhibited British Virgin Islands, snorkel, take a sunbath and enjoy beautiful sunsets, excellent fresh seafood dishes and beach parties. Return to Tortola in the final day of cruise.
Norman Island is lying between the international boundary of the US and the British Virgin Islands, and is uninhabited. It is well known from the history books and the pirate stories as they used to bury their treasures there. Carved in bigger and smaller coves and with the biggest natural port, The Bight, it is excellent place to anchor for the night. Explore the caves and don't miss excellent snorkelling opportunities.
Virgin Gorda is one of the biggest and the most populated British Virgin Islands, where you can step ashore to meet the friendly locals, spend a day at your own leisure, enjoy the beach or famous baths. You can also take an optional tour around the island to visit old copper mines, the Devil's Bay or to climb Virgin Gorda Peak, for instance.
Necker Island is a home for about 200 people, beloved tourism destination and fishing place, specifically for Lobster catches. Visit to one of the most beautiful beaches, the Blue Lagoon and take an evening to try optional lobster dinner. Enjoy a local beach party in a true Caribbean style, and, who knows, maybe meet Sir Richard Branson.
Guana is one of a few private islands consisting of 7 different beaches, with a mountainous background filled with tropical forests. To protect indigenous flora and fauna, usually the island hosts at maximum 36 guests, so we can guarantee genuine peace, retreat and the sense of freedom.
Little Jost Van Dyke is one of the smallest British Virgin Islands that is only 8 km long and inhabited by somewhat over 200 locals. The center of an island is the Great Harbor with restaurants, bars, the administrative center, as well as a small church, school and shops. Take an option of hiking and car tours, or visit to the famous 'Soggy Dollar' Bar for a drink. In the 17th century the island was a frequent stop of the Dutch pirates and the century later the group of Quakers moved there.