Virgin Islands Yacht Charter Itinerary

Day 1: Board your Charter Yacht in Redhook Marina and head to your over night anchorage at St Thomas, US Virgin Islands Yacht Charter.

Day 2: Today after a hearty breakfast you will sail for the beautiful Island of St John. Stopping at Hawk’s Nest Francis for some snorkeling and the luxury charter yacht will anchor for the evening.

Day 3: In the morning you may like to consider the hiking trail on St John to the Annaberg Sugar Mill. Annaberg is the remains of one of the 25 sugar factories which were active on St. John. Besides sugar, molasses and rum were also produced by Annaberg. The factory was driven by slave labor until July 1848 when freedom was declared for Danish West Indies Slaves and it is an interesting archeological site in the Virgin Islands. After the hike and some lunch you will set sail for the British Virgin Islands and Tortola, checking it a Sopers Hole. You will need to go with your crew to check in and pay the cruising taxes for a British Virgin Islands yacht charter (BVI’s).

Day 4: Today you will spend the morning at Sopers Hole exploring the West End of Tortola, British Virgin Islands, doing a bit of shopping and sightseeing. In the afternoon you will head to Norman Island and snorkeling the caves and have a dinghy excursion to the famous Willy T which is a “must do” in the BVI’s for a cold drink.

Day 5: Today it’s time for some more snorkeling at the Indians before heading to Peter Island for a relaxing afternoon. You might like to do some hiking or just enjoy the resort and its five star facilities. Late in the afternoon you will head to Road Town so that Martha can restock the vessel with the freshest ingredients for your scrumptious meals on board Victoria.

Day 6: This morning you will set sail for Salt Island and this means some snorkeling at the famous shipwreck of the Rhone.

The Wreck of The Rhone is one of the most famous dive sites in the world. Located off Salt Island, the R.M.S Rhone (Royal Mail Steamer) went down in 1867 in a hurricane. One of the first iron ships built, The Rhone still had the graceful lines of a sailing ship, while outfitted as a sail-steamer from the early days of these ships.

After lunch on board, you will head to Cooper Island and spending the afternoon relaxing and beach combing.

Day 7: Today it’s all about Marina Cay. There are few places like Marina Cay. The flower covered, eight-acre Island is ringed by a soft, white sand beach. The island is nestled in a sheltered, emerald green, lagoon whose shallow waters are always calm and lukewarm. In the evening you might enjoy a live orchestra – the famous one man band!

Day 8: Today it’s a wonderful sail to the famous Island of Virgin Gorda, the second largest island in the British Virgin Islands. Your will visit the Baths and the North Sound. Today there is a beach picnic at the Baths and time to spend the afternoon exploring this natural phenomenon created from wind erosion.

Day 9: After waking up at the North Sound you will visit the Bitter End Yacht Club (one of the most famous places in the BVI’s) snorkel the canons of the Spanish Gallere at Horse Shoe reef and spend the night at anchor on your yacht in a secluded bay for a romantic night under the stars.

Day 10: Another action packed day, we suggest perhaps trying a windsurfing lesson or hiring a hobie cat or kayak to explore the bays of Virgin Gorda. It is also the perfect day if you want to hire a taxi and take a tour of Virgin Gorda to sticky beak at the luxury villas and to take advantage of the spectacular views from the roads outlining the island. There are also some hiking trails should you be feeling energetic.

Day 11: Today there is a magnificent sail to the beautiful island of Anegada. Spectacular snorkelling ,in turquoise waters surrounded by sea turtles, sting rays and lobsters. You might like to take a beach walk or a taxi ride to visit Bones Bight and Cow Wreck beaches....keep an eye out for pink flamingos!

Day 12: – Today you will be heading to the ultra exclusive private island called Guana Island. As you will be on your own private yacht you will have the privilege of being able to enjoy this little piece of paradise and the fantastic snorkelling opportunities at Monkey Point.

Day 13: – Today it’s on to the Famous Island of Jost Van Dyke. Try taking a refreshing dip in the natural bubbly pool!

Day 14: – Now it’s time to head back to St Thomas after checking out of the BVI’s for your last evening aboard Victoria. You will have a thrilling sail back to the island of St Thomas for your last sail on board Victoria.

Day 15: – Enjoy a leisurely breakfast aboard your luxury charter yacht before packing up and getting ready to disembark for your flight home from the Virgin Islands.

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