The British Virgin Islands are noted for their phenomenal physical beauty, its safe cruising waters and protected anchorages and its wonderful island people. The BVI have provided yachts with safe harbours since the days of Sir Francis Drake. To the day the same harbours are providing endless days of sailing, scuba-diving, kite-boarding and windsurfing. With the abundance of untouched green space, flamingos and iguanas sailing around the British Virgin Islands on Foxy Lady is a holiday never to forget.
Foxy Lady Sample Itinerary
British Virgin Islands
Day 1: Leave Tortola and head to White Bay, Peter Island, for stunning beaches and plenty of snorkelling. You can also explore the rest of the island, which is home to the luxurious and exclusive Peter Island Resort.
Day 2: Sail to Salt Island for more snorkelling on the wreck of the Rhone. If you’d prefer you can take the dinghy to shore and explore the island. After lunch sail up to Long Bay, Virgin Gorda, for a late afternoon cocktail or if you are still feeling active some more water sports in the clear blue sea.
Day 3: Take a hike on a nature trail to Savannah Bay, one of the most stunning beaches in the BVI. After lunch, sail to Eustatia Sound where you can explore the yachters paradise around Bitter End Yacht Club and Saba Rock. Possibly dine at Biras Creek Restaurant.
Day 4: A short motor or sail up the North Sound takes you past Necker Island. Then sail to Muskmellon Bay on Guana Island, where you can hike up a cliff path for a spectacular sunset view.
Day 5: Sail to the famous and unspoiled island of Jost Van Dyke. Start the day at Great Harbour or White Bay with a visit to the world famous “Soggy Dollar Bar” and then head down to Great Harbour to explore the many bars and restaurants including the world-renowned Foxy’s bar.
Day 6:Early morning sail to Virgin Gorda. Arrive in time for lunch and spend the afternoon exploring the boulders and rocks that form this natural wonder.
Day 7: Short sail back to Tortola.