Tortola (BVI) Sailing Cruise
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are made up of more than 60 islands and islets at the northern end of the Lesser Antilles, which separates the Atlantic Ocean from the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, and Anegada are the major islands of this storied archipelago. Rich in pirate folklore, and made famous by the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson, the BVI offer some of the best sailing to be had anywhere on the planet.
The smaller islands, many perfect for daytime snorkeling trips as well as overnight stays, add to the mix of tropical delights, where you can be as relaxed or as active as you like. Set sail on your BVI catamaran cabin charter from our base at Hodges Creek Marina, centrally located on Tortola.
After slipping away from the dock, you will be perfectly positioned in the Sir Francis Drake Channel, the gateway to Paradise. We will transport you to a place where tranquil turquoise waters lap softly against the hulls of your catamaran while giant swaths of tropical fish dart just below the surface.
Everywhere are white-sand beaches fringed with towering palm trees and picturesque ramshackle beach bars. Other islands remain uninhabited and are just waiting to be explored. Crystal clear waters, picture-perfect beaches, scenic anchorages and well-equipped marinas make the British Virgin Islands an ideal sailing destination for every holiday maker.
BVI Dream Tortola - Tortola
Saturday Boarding at 18:00 (6 pm) in Scrub Island Marina – Dinner on board and night at the marina.
Jost Van Dyke
Set sail from Scrub Island Marina after breakfast and make for White Bay (12 Nm/2hours) for lunch and visit Soggy Dollar Bar. Late afternoon, head to Great Harbour (3Nm/30min) for dinner and option to go to Foxys Tamarind for evening cocktails.
Depart Great Harbour after breakfast and head to Sandy Cay (3Nm/30 min), for snorkeling, beach and watersports, followed by lunch. A national park donated by the Rockefeller family to the BVI’s. Ask for the crew to dinghy you ashore and enjoy a beautiful short trail through the island. In the afternoon sail to Norman Island (12Nm/2hours) to visit the Treasure Point sea caves before proceeding to Benures Bay (3Nm/30min) for a quiet evening under the stars, a great spot for paddle boarding and watersports.
Peter Island – Cooper Island
Depart Benures Bay after breakfast and head to the Indians (2Nm/30min) where you can enjoy a snorkeling in crystal clear waters. After snorkeling is finished sail to Deadmans Bay (6Nm/1hour) on Peter Island for lunch/watersports/beach. Late afternoon go around to Peter Island Great Harbour for some festivities on the WillyT and dinner and/or evening at Cooper Island.
Head to the Baths marine park (10Nm/2hours) in the morning/lunch. Enjoy snorkeling in the most beautiful spot of the BVI or hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a maze of giant’s boulders. In the afternoon sail to North Gorda sound (10Nm/2hours) and anchor between Prickly Pear and Eustatia for snorkeling and a quiet evening.
Set sail early for Anegada Setting Point (15Nm/3hours). Options to rent Jeeps and explore the island followed by an Anegada lobster dinner on shore is what the island is famous for. Throughout the trip enjoy the beautiful features of the Sunken Island (flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking white sandy beaches) [excursion – additional fees may apply].
Sail from Anegada in the morning and head to Monkey Point (20Nm/4hours) on Guana island for snorkeling and lunch. It is described as one of the best snorkeling spot on the island with plenty of turtles and school of fishes very close to shore. Spend some time at beautiful White Bay beach and paddle boards/kayaks in the afternoon before a sail to Marina Cay (5Nm/1hour) shortly before sunset. Evening at marina cay
Morning sailing back to base (15min), Scrub Island Marina – Disembarkation at 9.00 am
December through May is considered the dry season, while June through November is considered the more humid season. In general, rainstorms pass quickly and the sun shines on most days. Average air temperatures in coastal areas range from 22C to 30C (72F to 86F) and in inland areas, from 19C to 27C (66F to 81F). Naturally, travellers will find more rain and cooler temperatures in the rain forests and higher elevations. The warm coastal water temperatures stay between 20C and 23C. (68F and 74F ).
|Length||62 ft | 18,90 m|
|LOA||18.90 m / 62 ft|
|BEAM||10.0 m / 32.10 ft|
|DRAFT||1.55 m / 5.1 ft|
|Water Tank||4 x 240 L / 4 x 63 US Gal|
|Fuel Tank||2 x 650 L / 2 x 172 US Gal|
|Engine||2 x 110 hp|
|Number of heads||6|
- Full Batten Mainsail
- Furling Genoa
- Electric Windlass
- LCD Tv Screen
- Chart Plotter And Depth Sounder
- Radar And VHF Radio
- Wind Speed And Direction Indicators
- Cockpit Speakers
- Semi Rigid Dinghy 40 H.P.
● 5% on all Dream Yacht Cabin Cruises for clients who have been on a DYC cruise within the past 24
months before the date of booking of the new cruise.
Early booking discount:
● 5% for bookings made at least 90 days prior to departure date
Only loyalty and early booking discounts are cumulative
Tortola British Virgin Islands Cruise 2022 & 20238 days / 7 nights, on board Lagoon 620 or Ipanema 58 catamarans
Price in £ per person per cruise on full board
|Departure Dates||Double Cabin||Single Cabin|
|2023 Dates||Double Cabin||Triple Cabin||Single Cabin|
- Accommodation in air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (A/C in service from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm)”
- Full board (breakfast, lunch, diner)
- Drinks (table wine), local aperitifs (punch, rum), fruit juice, sodas
- Service of the crew : 2 persons (captain, steward/cook)
- 2 sets of linen,towels and beach towels per person/week
- Consumables for the yacht (diesel, fuel and water)
- Insurance for the yacht and the passengers
- Water sports on board : snorkelling equipment, sea kayak
- Transfers airport – base – airport (optional)
- Cash box (mandatory): To be paid in cash upon arrival ($180 in USD)
Transfers airport – base St Martin – airport : 15€ per person – round trip
Transfer one way : 7.50€ per person
“The above transfers costs are valid for payment upon reservation. In case of payment on spot by client
a 15% surcharge applies”
(Cash box includes, depending on the destinations): To be paid in cash upon arrival ($250 in USD)
● Custom Taxes
● National park fees
● Tourist taxes and landing fees on the islands
● Mooring fees
● Possible re-fills of water, fuel, gas, fresh products
● Miscellaneaous : repurchase of broken crockery, lost fishing lines or lures, …
“The amount of BVI Dream Premium cash box is : 180 Euros per person, payable in cash on spot “
● + 90 days before embarkation : 25%
● 89 – 60 days before embarkation : 50%
● 59 – 30 days before embarkation : 75%
● 29 days and less before embarkation : 100%
All prices subject to change without prior notice.
“The shipowner reserves the right to allocate another type of catamaran offering the same conditions of
comfort and service”
Itinerary subject to modifications without any notice for technical and/or weather reasons