Itinerary & BVI
The British Virgin Islands offers many beautiful places worth visiting. Let’s get introduced to a few of them.
1 – Norman Island, The Indians, The Caves, Willy T
Norman island is said to be named after a pirate who purchased the island to hide treasures. And it’s also said to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s pirate novel Treasure Island. Norman Island offers terrific snorkeling at The Indians and the Caves and Willy T, the famous floating bar and restaurant.
2 & 3 – Cooper Island, Salt Island, Shipwreck RMS Rhone
Cooper Island is a very popular island with its magnificent beach and the Cooper Island Beach Club. Adding to its popularity is the nearby shipwreck RMS Rhone (year 1867). The area around RMS Rhone is nowadays a national park and the shipwreck and teeming marina life is considered as one of the best and exiting dive- and snorkel destinations in the Caribbean.
4 & 5 – The Baths, Leverick Bay
The Baths is one of the reasons why the BVI is called “nature’s little secret”. Giant granite boulders randomly scattered on white sandy beaches, natural tidal pools, tunnels, arches, and scenic grottoes that are open to the sea. After a stop at the Baths sail on to Leverick bay, grab a mooring ball and enjoy the evening on the boat or at the bar and restaurant at Leverick Bay Resort and Marina.
6 – Anegada
Anegada is the northernmost island of the British Virgin Islands. It is also the only island formed from coral and limestone with its highest point only 28 feet above sea level.
Take the time to explore Anegada and enjoy miles of secluded white beaches. In the evening you can find out why Anegada is called “The Lobster Capital of the Caribbean” while the sun sets. Not recommended for day charter from Tortola.
7 – The dogs, Scrub Island, Marina Cay, Trellis Bay Monkey point, Sandy spit
Sailing from Anegada towards Jost Van Dyke you will pass many terrific places to drop anchor at, do some snorkeling, take lunch at the high end resort of Scrub Island, visit Marina Cay and Trellis bay. Then sail on, snorkel at Monkey point and visit the famous Sandy spit before heading for Great Harbor at Jost Van Dyke.
8 – Cane Garden Bay
Very big and popular beach on main island Tortola. Offers a very nice beach, many restaurants and bars. There is also a small rum destillery in Cane Garden Bay.
9 – Jost Van Dyke, White Bay, Great Harbor
The Island Jost Van Dyke, said to be named after a Dutch pirate, is nowadays one of the most popular destinations in the British Virgin Island. Enjoy a sail to the perfect white beaches of White bay, the clear blue water and world-famous bars like the Soggy Dollar Bar. This is the essence of No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems lifestyle.