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Exclusive BVI Sailing Itinerary on SAIL AWAY

Catamaran SAIL AWAY is a wonderfully welcoming retreat for a private holiday in the BVI. Her three-member crew will attend to your wishes and make your tropical vacation unforgettable. Here is the sample BVI Sailing Itinerary on SAIL AWAY. A Lagoon 62 with five ensuite queen cabins.

Note that this itinerary is only a sample. We will work with you to design a custom itinerary that accommodates your preferences.

BVI based crewed catamaran SAIL AWAY


Arrive at Beef Island Airport. Your taxi driver will greet you and whisk you to Nanny Cay Marina, where SAIL AWAY will be waiting. Once you are settled on the boat, sail to Benures Bay to view the beautiful sunset and enjoy a relaxing evening.


Awaken to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee. Have a filling breakfast, then perhaps go for a morning snorkel, swim, or paddle. Then, sail to Deadman’s Bay, Peter Island, for lunch.

BVI Sailing Itinerary on SAIL AWAY
Deadman’s Bay, Peter Island.

After lunch, jump in the water again to snorkel and look for sea turtles and rays.


After breakfast, sail to Cooper Island and anchor in Haulover Bay. This is a beautiful lee-side bay for all watersports, such as swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, or simply for chilling.

BVI Crewed Catamaran SAIL AWAY's cockpit setup for dining.
Breakfast in the cockpit.


Sail to George Dog and have lunch. Afterward, sail on to Long Bay, Virgin Gorda. Here there are four dive sites and superb snorkeling. As the day draws to a close, relax on deck with a cocktail and watch one of the most beautiful sunsets.

A beach on Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
Virgin Gorda


Before breakfast, motor to Valley Trunk Bay. Snorkel and swim at The Baths. Enjoy lunch and then sail to Malone Bay for the night.

The Baths on the island of Virgin Gorda, BVI
The Baths. Photo by jah9teen on Pixabay.


Enjoy Leverick Bay, Prickly Pear, Oil Nut Bay, and Saba Rock and play in the Millionaire’s Paradise.

After lunch, grab your book and sit back for a beautiful sail to Anegada. This island has just 285 people and miles of sandy white beaches. Sip chilled cocktails and enjoy a lobster dinner on the beach.

One of the beaches on Anegada, British Virgin Islands
Anegada Beach. Photo by Freddie01 on Pixabay.


Today it’s a downwind sail over to Jost Van Dyke. Spend the day on White Bay and dance the evening away at Foxy’s.


After the last swim and breakfast, sail back to Nanny Cay or Trellis Bay for the end of your BVI Sailing Itinerary on SAIL AWAY.