BVI Sailing Itinerary
Sailing the British Virgin Islands the most popular sailing area in the world offers many options depending on the length of your luxury yacht charter vacation, the experience you are seeking, and the weather.
If you are sailing for one week (7 nights) here is an itinerary option:
Depart Tortola for Norman Island – home of the Bight, Willy T’s and the Caves
Norman Island to Peter Island via The Indians for some snorkeling and scuba diving. Enjoy Deadman’s Bay and beach, also snorkel at either point of the bay.
Peter Island to Spanish Town via the wreck of the Rhone and the Baths.
Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda to North Sound via The Dogs and Mountain Point for snorkeling and scuba diving.
North Sound, Virgin Gorda to Anegada. Rent scooters or a car or SUV to explore the island. Enjoy a lobster lunch on Loblolly Beach. Snorkel off the beach.
Anegada to Marina Cay, or Scrub Island or Trellis Bay. Enjoy snorkeling off Marina Cay.
Marina Cay to Jost Van Dyke via Sandy Cay and Green Cay. Snorkel and enjoy a deserted beach.
Jost Van Dyke to Tortola for the end of your BVI Yacht Charter.
Keep in mind that your professional crew will endeavor to fulfill your objective. If your desire is to be in a secluded anchorage for 3 days then they will endeavor to do so for you. Likewise, if it finding all the hotspots this would be done.
The British Virgin Islands is a great sailing location for the beginner as it is protected with very little open water sailing, short sails, and lots of great beaches, marinas, and shore activities.