Sailing British Virgin Islands and BVI catamaran charter
Sailing British Virgin Islands to reach the archipelago of the British Virgin Islands(BVI) offers pleasure moments and landscapes. The archipelago of the British Virgin Islands is made up of four main islands, a dozen smaller islands and numerous islets, Tortola (the largest), Virgin Gorda and JostVan Dyke show a hilly relief while Anegada in the north is a coral reef outcrops on ocean.
British Virgin Islands (BVI is the acronym) are made up of sixty islands of volcanic origin surrounded and immersed in paradisiacal and colorful water of the Caraibbean. The trade winds keep a constant temperature, on a scale ranging from 23° C. to 27 ° C, so the climate is dry, the ideal for a extremely relaxing sailing holiday on a catamaran.
The sea water is pleasantly warm, the beaches are made of white sand. This picture postcard setting, will make your sailing holiday, a moment that you can live only by imagining a Caribbean paradise. British Virgin Islands are also characterized by numerous marinas and anchorage points where you can stay with the boat and at every point in of the ocean you can see lots of sailboats sailing around the islands.
Known as a paradise for sailors, the British Virgin Islands consist of over 60 islands, which offer all the charm of nature Caribbean: endless stretches of sand as fine as talcum powder, crystalline waters and beautiful backdrops. A necklace of islands that runs along the Sir Francis Drake Channel between Puerto Rico and St. Kitts, British Virgin Islands enjoy an unspoiled scenery, a high standard of living and a tranquil atmosphere.
Despite having an area of just 150 km2 or so, the number of the population is still small, about 12,000 in the archipelago. The main natural attraction of British Virgin Islands are in the coasts densely carved by creeks that receive some islets. Sailing holidays will take place in the beautiful waters of the British Virgin Islands inTortola, Anegada, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and the smaller islets. Every day you will explore the beautiful coral reefs and bays by breathtaking scenery. It’s possible to choose as the basis of embarkation Tortola or St. Martin prolonging the cruise two days
PROGRAM BVI catamaran charter:
First day: Boarding Tortola, after meeting small part for the first swim in the beautiful tropical waters. Before the evening arrivals we continue the journey to select the anchor in which to spend the night.
Second day: wake up, breakfast and first swim of the day before leaving for Jost VanDyke. We anchored in Long Bay to the south island of Little JVDyke and if you want to visit the wild coast of the island is uninhabited and can go ashore with the dinghy.
Third day: setting sail for Anegada, a beautiful coral island with its turquoise waters and its endless beaches of white sand that emerge from the ocean as if by magic.
Fourth day: sailing towards Virgin Gorda to see the famous "The Bath” natural pools of emerald water surrounded by huge granite boulders, where you can snorkel or stroll on the beach of fine sand and collect shells
Fifth day: Day of the smaller islands of the BVI, Ginger Island, Cooper Island and Salt Island, with the exception of a few fishermen's houses and bar-restaurant, these islands are almost uninhabited.
Sixth day: we leave for Peter Island, an islet that offers several nice anchorages.
Seventh day:we set sail for Normad Island, a paradise for snorkelers and adventure.The island is famous for its caves and its treasure, which inspired the famous novel Treasure Island.
Eigth day: return to Tortola, after a last swim or a walk on the ground in Road Townfor shopping before returning to the airport.
Sailing British Virgin Island program is as a rough guide, and may be modified according to weather conditions and at the discretion of the commander.