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THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS

Duration: 10 days

When: all year long

Departing from: St-Martin or the British Virgin Islands

For whom: families, group of friends, scuba divers

Activities: sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, free diving, hiking, sunrises and sunsets, lazing around in the sun, partying

Stopovers: Virgin Gorda, Cooper Island, Salt Island, Peter Island, Norman Island, Pelican Island, Tortola, Jost Van Dycke, Guana Island, Anegada

Keywords: #sailing #diving #nightsailing #snorkeling #turtles #lobsters #sunrises #alone #excursions #volcano #lagons #beachparties

Tourism offices: St-Martin , Sint-Maarten , British Virgin Islands

Gorda Sound
Gorda Sound

Arrival all sails up in the Gorda Sound.

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Jost Van Dycke
Jost Van Dycke

Relaxing on the catamaran in the shade next to a tiny sandy island.

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White Bay Anchorage
White Bay Anchorage

We dropped the anchor in 2m of water in a cristal-clear water at White Bay.

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Sailing
Sailing

Sailing full speed to Anegada

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The Baths
The Baths

Well known site in Virgin Gorda.

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Sandy Cay
Sandy Cay

Lazing around on the catamaran.

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What makes this cruise unique:

Night sailing downwind under the stars between St-Martin and Virgin Gorda

Swimming in cristal-clear water at the Baths site with fine sand and superb granite blocks

Snorkeling on the wreck of the RMS Rhone in Salt Island

Drink, dance and laugh on the Willy T party boat at Norman Island

Snorkeling at the incredible The Indians site

The isolated bays and sandbanks of Jost Van Dycke

Relax in the bay of Cane Garden and its festive atmosphere

Scuba diving on exceptional sites along the route

Discover Anegada, its sandy tracks and its pink flamingos on a motorbike

Drop the anchor in the fabulous lagoon of Gorda Sound and watch the milky way at night

Enjoy a meal of grilled lobster and a sweet rum punch at Anegada

Go snorkeling for eagle rays and reef sharks

Enjoy a hearty brunch in the Eustatia lagoon before diving into the turquoise water