Powdery white beaches ringed by crystalline blue caribbean waters, the Virgin Islands are the epitome of paradise. Spend the day in the warm sea exploring the local reefs, or visiting the neighbouring islands. Sail to St. John and anchor in Trunk Bay with its pearly white sand and clear waters, swim along St. Thomas’ coast and venture through the colorful coves and granite boulders of The Baths in Virgin Gorda.
Below is a sample 7-day yachting itinerary in Virgin Islands. Enjoy.
Board your yacht in St. Thomas and spend your morning exploring this Caribbean paradise. Step ashore to visit the historical Fort Christian or simply enjoy the warm turquoise waters in Magen’s Bay. In the afternoon, cruise over to St. John to visit its exquisite beaches, ranked within the top ten in the world. Once ashore don’t forget the breathtaking hiking trails.
Early morning cruise to White Bay, home to one of the BVI’s top ten beaches. Drop anchor to swim in one of the greatest snorkeling reefs in the Caribbean before going ashore to visit the Soggy Dollar, a world-famous beach bar, famous for its ‘Pain Killer’ cocktail. As night falls, have your chef prepare a seafood dish for you and your guests to enjoy onboard.
There are very few places in the world like Marina Cay; an island ringed by a soft, white sand beach on an emerald green lagoon whose shallow waters are always calm and warm. Drop anchor and take the watertoys out for a spin. As night falls, tender ashore to Pusser's Marina Cay Restaurant for a true Caribbean dining experience.
Wake up to breakfast onboard as you sail towards Anegada, a low-lying coral island known for its secluded beaches and its 18 mile horse shoe reef. Enjoy its pristine beaches covered in pink sand and explore its snorkeling spots as you spot its native flamingos. Make sure to have lunch at Big Bamboo where you will have fresh fish or lobster caught and grilled right in front of you.
Morning cruise to Virgin Gorda, a truly paradisiac island not to be missed. Tender ashore to explore its Baths - a labyrinth of beachside boulders that form a series of turquoise Caribbean waters pools and seawater-flooded grottoes. End your day as you dine at the charming Rosewood Little Dix Bay, long regarded as one of the world’s greatest resorts.
Continue exploring the beauty of the Virgin Islands as you sail to Cooper Island. This is an extremely popular and stunning destination that never disappoints; drop anchor at Cooper Island Beach Club to visit the Rum Bar which has over 230 rums from around the world, handcrafted specialty cocktails and six craft beers from their on-site solar powered microbrewery.
Cruise by Salt Island before dropping anchor at The Indians, an uninhabited tiny archipelago of islets containing an abundance of marine life. Head to Norman Island, whose 3 caves were made famous by the classic, “Treasure Island.” End your day at the famous “Willy T”, the legendary floating bar and restaurant situated in The Bight on Norman Island accessible only by boat.