Charter Catamaran Sailing Holiday | British Virgin Islands | Caribbean

Price: 13100 €

Total guests: 8 - Type: Crewed - Duration: 7 days

Departure period: from 6th January to the end of March

Destinations: British Virgin Islands
Tortola Island, Virgin Gorda, Guana Island, Great Camanoe Island, Jost van Dyke Island.

The British Virgin Islands is a suitable Caribbean destination with near-constant trade winds, all-year round high temperatures and dazzling white sandy beaches lapped by tranquil, clear turquoise waters. 

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Located in the eastern part of the Caribbean Sea the British Virgin Islands is a pristine paradise with tropical aquatic life ideal for a unforgettable sailing holiday on board of our charter catamarans. If you want to party, head to palm-fringed beaches and enjoy the bars, such as Pusser’s Landing, Soggy Dollar Bar or Foxy’s. Whether you want to relax or meet the locals, the British Virgin Islands offers choice and well-equipped marinas.

Day 1: Boarding in Tortola and overnight on board of our catamaran.

Day 2: Tortola - It is the largest of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean Sea. The most beautiful white sandy beaches are Cane Garden Bay and Smuggler's Cove. Beyond busy Road Town, groovy beaches and West Indian settlements full of local flavor await. Among Tortola’s sharp peaks and bougainvillea-clad hillsides you’ll find a mash-up of play places.

Day 3: Sail to Guana Island, a private island near Tortola, a hidden pearl with pristine white sandy beach and wonderful lanscape. Don't miss to visit the White Bay Beach the most famous beach in Guana Island and the Monkey Point for amazing snorkeling and turtle spotting.

Day 4: Sail to Great Camanoe Island in the Caribbean Sea. Great Camanoe is a small island northeast of Tortola, enjoy the wildness and the relaxing atmosphere of the pristine sandy beaches and the untouched bays with a lot of palms and trees. 

Day 5: Sail to Virgin Gorda in the Caribbean Sea which is known for the Baths, a labyrinth of beaches forming a series of pools and grottos. Visit the famous Spring Bay and Devil's Bay and farther north the Savannah Bay with its wonderful tropical landscape.The otherworldly granite megaliths at the Baths put on the main show, but gorgeous beaches unfurl all around the island. 

Day 6: Sail to Jost van Dyke Island. Mooring off the White Bay in the Sandy National Park. Don't miss the visit to the array of famous bars as the Soggy Dollar Bar to try their famous cocktails or head to Foxy's and Corsairs at the Great Harbour.

Day 7: Sail back to Tortola  on board of our charter catamaran and landing in the morning.

Advantages

  • Super comfortable vessel designed for unrestricted cruising in all seas and oceans of the world.
  • Professional crew as skipper, chef and hostess.
  • Safe destination with mild temperatures throughout the year.
  • The lack of rocking during sailing and the size of the vessel make it comfortable also for those who have no previous experience with sailing or those who suffer from seasickness.

Yacht type

Lagoon 560| Catamaran | B.O.

Catamaran Lagoon 560 is an exclusive, super comfortable vessel designed for unrestricted cruising in all seas and oceans of the world.  The lack of rocking during sailing and the size of the vessel make itcomfortable also for those who have no previous experience with sailing or those who suffer from seasickness. The catamaran has six double cabins with bathrooms, which are fully air-conditioned, designed for guests. Cabins are equipped with towels and bed linen. A separate space is designed for the permanent crew (skipper-captain, chef or deckhand). The kitchen is equipped with a five- burner gas cooker, oven, microwave oven with grill function, coffee maker, three fridges, freezer, wine cabinet, ice cube maker, dishwasher and many more.
The internal lounge is equipped with a folding dining table, sofa, and chairs, TV with DVD and Hi-Fi system. The lounge is connected with a roofed external terrace, from which the stairs lead to the upper deck.

On the upper deck, there is a navigation area, a rudder and all the devices for operating engines and sails. Majority of navigation devices are located in the internal lounge as well. The outer decks are made of teak wood. In the rear part of the yacht, there are stair platforms with ladders for access to water. There is a shower with hot and cold fresh water next to each platform. In the underwater part of the yacht, there are special underwater reflectors that illuminate the space under the yacht (fantastic for night dives).

In the rear part of the yacht, on its sides, there are handles for deep-sea fishing rods (deep- sea fishing is one of the planned attractions). Additional equipment such as power generator, desalination unit, inverters, maneuvering thrusters, hydraulic dinghy platform with the engine, washing machine, satellite phone, high-quality navigation systems (Raymarine), radar and many others are a perfect add-on to the professional equipment of the vessel.

General
Type Catamarans
Year built 2011
Length (m/ft) 17,5/56
Beam (m) 9,5
Draught (m) 1,5
Total guests 8
Double cabin 4
Bunk cabin 1
Crew cabin 1
Bathrooms 5
Water capacity (l) 960
Fuel capacity (l) 1300
Engines (hp) 2*75
Generators yes
Fuel consumption (l/h) 14 l/h
Cruising speed (kn) 7
Tender (m) 3
Outboard motor (hp) 30
Layout
Lagoon 560 Lay out

Equipment

  • Air conditioned
  • Water maker
  • Ice maker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Spinnaker
  • Kayak
  • Stand-up paddle
  • Fishing gear
  • Snorkeling gear

Boarding / Landing

Boarding in Tortola Trellis Bay at 6 pm / Landing in Tortola Trellis Bay at 9 am

Price

Price: 13100 €

Total guests: 8 - type: Crewed

Included

  • 7 days full board in double cabin accomodation with private bathroom
  • Yacht and participant insurance
  • Professional skipper 
  • Cabin and cook hostess

Not Included

  • Professional chef 150 € / day ( 3 meals a day and snacks, drinks throughout the day.)
  • Fuel for the dinghy 
  • Fees in marinas
  • Fees for anchoring and mooring 
  • Bed linen and towels 50 € per cabin 
  • Final cleaning  250 € 
  • Equipment for water games price 700 € / week

    The APA is 25% of the charter fee. The APA covers the cost of fuel, food, wines and liquors, dockage, communications, etc. Any APA not used will be returned to you at the end of the charter as you leave. 

Cruise code: 013

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