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This cruise takes place in the area of the British Virgin Islands.
The trip begins and ends in Stain Martin (Sint Marteen) a French/dutch island near the islands group of the BVIs. St. Marin, a former territory of France and the Netherlands. Both KLM (via Amsterdam) and Air France (via Paris) offer cheap transatlantic flights to St. Matin (or Sint Marteen).

 


 

Day ONE
Arrival on St. Martin and transfer to the marina. Welcome by skipper and crew. Embarkation and rest of the day at leisure.

 

Day TWO
From St. Martin we sail to the port of exit and from there depart the french territories to Anguilla and from there (over night) to the BVIs.

Day THREE
Arrival at Virgin Gorda and embarcation into the BVIs. After clearance we sail over the Sir Francis Drake Channel to Cooper Island and anchor at Manchioneel Bay. Afternoon and evening are at leisure. Snorkeling, kiting, just lying on the beach, enjoying the sun and shaking off the time difference or exploring the island. A diving base "Sail Caribbean Divers" is on site. Diving nearby can be arranged. This may be interesting for the next day when we pass the "Rhone Marine Park". We stay overnight.

Day FOUR
We pass the "Rhone Marine Park" (diving occaison) and Dead Chest Island and sail the channel west to Great Harbor. The rest of the day is at leisure, we stay overnight.

Day FIVE
We clear the anchor towards Pelican Island and "the Indians". "The Indians" is a very famous and beautiful snorkel and diving spot. The red bizarre rocks protruding from the water give this place its name. We linger and enjoy the nature under water and the fascinating backdrop over water. In the early afternoon we will return the boat to "Bight Bay" of Norman Island. The bay, which is open to the west, formally screams  for a visit on the beach with the "Pirate Bight Bar" to enjoy a sundowner.  

Day SIX
Through the seaweed between the US Virgin Islands and Tortola, we sail to the western end of the main island and the harbor of "Sopper's Hole". The small shops and bars of the yacht club offer the opportunity to represent the legs and enjoy the sunset at the yachtharbors bar (also this bay is open to the west).

Day SEVEN
We pass the seaweed between Tortola and "Great Thatch Island" to the north and steer the yacht up to the "White Bay" at "Jost van Dyke" island. We spend the afternoon at the beach or in the water. In the late afternoon we transfer the yacht to "Great Harbor". At the western end of the bay is the legendary "Foxys" beach bar with live music until the early morning hours.

Day EIGHT
Past Sandy Cay and the north side of Tortola we sail east to "Guana Island" where we recover on the east coast in front of a long sandy beach from the hardships of the past night. The rest of the day can be used as free time.

Day NINE
Today, the course leads through the seagulls before "Beef Island" east to the great bay of Northern "Virgin Gorda". In Prickly Pear in the Virgin Gorda sound we pitch the anchor between "Saba Rock Resort" and the "Bitter End Yacht Club". After dinner we will visit the bars of Saba Rock and Bitter End Yacht Club.

Day TEN
We cross the North Passage and continue sailing till Anegada the northernmost inhabited island of the British Virgin Islands. The yacht drives through the shallows offshore and anchors in front of the "Anegada Reef Resort". The rest of the day is available for landings to the free disposal. 

Day ELEVEN
By bus, we drive once across the island to the north side and spend a country day on the beach of north (the inaccessible to ships). Snorkeling in the reef with turtles, chilling and snacks at the beach bars. A real leisure day.

Day TWELFE
Towards the south, the yacht takes us back to "Virgin Gorda". Today we visit the natural wonder "The Bath". It is located between Spring Bay and Devils Bay on the southern tip of "Virgin Gorda". We spend the whole day in the Spring Bay, visit and wander through the stone caves and relax on the beach. Depending on the weather, we return to the Spanish town in the evening or stay at anchor in Devils Bay. In the Evening we leave the BVIs to return over night to St. Martin.

Day THIRTEEN
We arrive in the ealy morning in the waters of Anguilla and St. Martin. Depending on the wishes of the guests we stay near one of the islands and close to a bathing spot. In the afternoon we will return to the port of St. Martin. End of cruise and leisure finish on board.

Day FOURTEEN
Farewell by skipper and crew. Check out and transfer to the airport. Return to the country of origin

 

Konditionen für diesen Törn

In principle, Leisure-Sailing LTD offers exclusively accompanied sailing cruises. A skipper and a crew member of Leisure-Sailing LTD will participate in the sailing trip, organize everything, take care of the sailors, take over the safety and responsibility for the passengers and the ship. Corresponding insurance is concluded and included in the price of the trip.

If there is no own vessel available in the offered sailing center of Leisure-Sailing LTD, Leisure-Sailing LTD reserves the right to charter a suitable vessel for the purpose of sailing. A Lagoon 42 year 2017 or 2018 or similar is recommended for this trip. The trip takes place from Saturday to Saturday.

The following services are included in the price offered by Leisure-Sailing LTD:

  • Ship acc. to cruise description
  • All costs related to the ship (fees, fuel, insurance, taxes and fees, skipper and crew)
  • All costs associated with boarding on board, including non-alcoholic beverages.
  • National park permit for ship and cruise participant
  • Cruise control

All other costs incurred are expressly not included in the offer of Leisure-Sailing LTD. These include in particular:

  • The arrival and departure of the cruise participants to / from the berth of the ship
  • Taxes, fees and other costs incurred by third parties (principally state bodies) because the participants are in the territory of the respective organs (personal levies).
    Examples: departure taxes, VISA charges
  • Cost of renting diving equipment / kite equipment, etc. more 

The offered sailing trip is a suggested itinerary. You want to take a different route, a larger or smaller vessel, with more or less people, sailing at a different time or in a different area, dive or kite at the same time?


Contact us with your basic conditions and Leisure-Sailing LTD makes you an offer.

 


 

Corner data

The yacht intended for this trip is a Lagoon 450 built in 2015. At present, Parham Town is accepted as a port on Tortola.
arrival          02.11.2019
Departure   16.11.2019

The trip costs 2.950,00 Euro / person (for 14 days) plus foods and drinks on board.

Minimum number of participants is 6 persons.

If the minimum number of participants is not reached, the trip is not carried out.

A VISA might be needed depending on your nationality. Please check here. VISA requirements are not in our responsibility.

 

To book, please send us an e-mail.

 


 

Extras    

The skipper speaks German, English and French. He is a certified Padi advanced open water diver with a decade of diving experience, a completed Padi Rescue Diver training and Nitrox training. He is available for the duration of the trip as dive budy for guests.
Diving equipment can be rented on the spot for the duration of the trip at extra charge. If the skipper is desired / required as a diving partner, the additional diving bottles must be added at the expense of the dive partners.
Guests who are experienced kiters are allowed to bring their kite equipment by prior arrangement and are self responsible for kiting. For kiteing  next to the sailing yacht only qualified kiters are allowed which can also start in the open sea (not from the beach). On request, the kite-professional of LeichtigKite can be added to the crew for a fee. The exact conditions for this are to be agreed before travel.
 
 

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