British Virgin Islands
D'BERG TRAVEL Co.
Board your yacht at midday. Take a short sail up the Sir Francis Drake Channel to Norman Island. Here you have the option to snorkel the caves and the Indians. Spend the afternoon by the beach or take a hike up to the top of the island. Dine in the evening at Pirates Bight then head over for an after party at the infamous ‘Willy T’.
Sail to Cooper Island via Peter Island or Salt Island (where you can dive the Wreck of the Rhone). You will find some great dives around Cooper and some fantastic snorkeling in the bay or Cistern Point. The island has a great little rum bar, boutique for the ladies and a nice restaurant for dinner.
Sail to Marina Cay/Scrub Island/Trellis Bay – Great snorkeling spots. Trellis Bay Full Moon Party.
Sail to the Baths. Explore the baths and eat lunch at the ‘Top of the Baths’ (also has a pool). Sail to Leverick Bay via the Dog Islands or Mountain Point (both great snorkeling/dive sites). Overnight at Leverick Bay. Here you can go to the Michael Beans Pirate Show or eat at ‘The Restaurant’. The marina has a spa, a little store to top up on provisions a small beach, watersports and a boutique store.
Sail to Anegada. Rent a Jeep or mini Moke to explore the island. Bar hop and visit the beaches or book the Anegada Conch Island Tour. Eat lobster dinner in one of the beachfront restaurants.
Brewers Bay (a quiet bay with good snorkelling) or Cane Garden Bay (lively bay filled with bars and restaurants. Visit the Rum Distillery or hang out on the beach).
Sail to White Bay, Jost Van Dyke – Enjoy a beach day in paradise. Hang out at the world renowned Soggy Dollar bar, home to the Original Painkiller or enjoy fresh seafood at Hendo’s Hideout. In the afternoon motor around to Foxy’s, Great Harbor and dine under the palms to a Caribbean beat.
Sail back to base and depart your vessel by 10am.
Land & Sea
Experience the best of both
Why Choose BVI?
The BVI is a sailors paradise due to its steady reliable winds averaging between 15-25 knots during winter months. Due to the swell, the islands have long been a popular destination for surfing and because of the winds, kite boarding is becoming a lot more popular, especially in places such as Anegada. In the summer time the winds die down, the sea becomes calmer and the visibility becomes much greater making it a wonderful destination for scuba divers and water sport enthusiasts.
With year round warm weather, turquoise blue waters, white sandy beaches and spectacular scenery, the British Virgin Islands are arguably the most famous sailing destination in the world.
Navigation between the islands is fairly straightforward, with nice short trips, easy anchorages and plenty of moorings available in several of the protected bays. There are several magnificent beaches to explore, cocktails to drink, fantastic snorkeling spots, hikes and much more!