Reliable trade winds, easy line-of-sight sailing and beautiful sun-warmed scenery make the BVIs one of the world’s best sailing destinations.
Embark on a one-week flotilla sailing holiday and discover the splendid variety of the British Virgin Islands, where you’ll swim with turtles above vibrant reefs, lounge on unspoilt white sand beaches and kick back in friendly waterside bars.
BVI one-week flotilla
- Leverick Bay Resort & Marina
- Diving and snorkeling at The Indians
- The Baths National Park
- World-famous “Painkiller” cocktails
- Searching for buried pirate treasure
- Lobster dinner on Anegada
- Fully equipped cruising yacht for the duration of your holiday
- Lead Crew: Skipper, Host and Technician
- One tank of yacht fuel
- Full cylinder of cooking gas and full tank of water
- Guaranteed mooring at each stopover
- Dinghy and outboard
- All sailing, navigation and safety equipment onboard
- Fully equipped galley/kitchen
- All clean linen including bath and tea towels
- Snorkelling Equipment
- First Morning Breakfast
- Flotilla Punch Party
- End Cleaning
- End of Week Regatta
What’s not included
- Food and Drink
- Mooring and marina Fees
- Children’s life jackets (we recommend bringing your own)
- Beach Towels
- Security Deposit
*Price per yacht, based on 4 ppl on board
Day 1 Wickhams Cay II
Following an easy 20-minute transfer from the airport, you’ll arrive at our flagship charter base at Wickhams Cay II in Tortola, BVI. Enjoy the marina amenities, or shop for last-minute provisions until it’s time to get settled on your yacht for a peaceful first evening on board.
Day 2 Wickhams Cay II to Peter Island
Located just south of Tortola, this offshore oasis is the largest island in the BVI that boasts some of the world’s most beautiful anchorages.
Day 3 Peter Island to Leverick Bay
On day three, cruise past the granite boulders, turquoise cays and secluded grottos on Virgin Gorda while the flotilla makes its way towards the lovely Leverick Bay Resort and Marina.
Day 4 Leverick Bay to Anegada
After breakfast, say farewell to Leverick Bay then take the helm and sail 13nm to discover the low-lying coral-rich island of Anegada. Unlike other islands formed from volcanic rock, Anegada’s coral and limestone base features vibrant reefs and abundant marine life below the surface.
Day 5 Anegada to Trellis Bay
Your next stop will be Beef Island, along the quaint shores of Trellis Bay. Pick up a mooring and refill basic provisions at the local market, where you can also enjoy a laid-back lunch overlooking the bay.
Day 6 Trellis Bay to Jost Van Dyke
Begin day six at sea with a westbound passage towards the picture perfect sands of Jost Van Dyke.
Day 7 Free Day/Norman Island
Today is your flotilla free day, so you can go off and discover new anchorages on your own, make your way back to the charter base for an early flight, or continue circumnavigating your way south to Peter Island’s westerly neighbor – Norman Island.
*To be used as a guide only.