After Check in and provisioning is done you can head out right across the channel down to Norman Island. Take a mooring at the Bight and enjoy your first night in the protected bay. You have a choice of two restaurants: the more family oriented Pirates, or if you are in for a bit of fun, the Willy T’s.
Leave your mooring early and head up north. If you are into snorkeling, make a stop at the Indians, just outside the Bight. Afterwards, head up to Cooper island or Salt island to spend the night.
The Baths is our destination this morning, and it pays to get an early start. Spend the whole day exploring the rocks and snorkelling at the National Parks moorings. Leave yourself enough time to sail up north to Virgin Gorda North Sound, where you can pick up a mooring at Saba Rock, or the Bitter End Yacht Club.
Sail south past the dogs and take a mooring at Marina Cay. The reef there is spectacular for snorkelling. Alternatively you can take a mooring at Trellis bay.
Sail through the straight between Little and Great Camanoe and stop at Monkey Point, Guana Island, taking a National Parks mooring. There is a great spot for snorkelling, with lots of yellowtail snappers and other schools of fish. Sail down to Great Bay in Jost Van Dyke, jump in your dinghy and head over to White Bay to sample an original “Pain Killer” and enjoy the afternoon at this beautiful beach. After sundown, explore world famouts Foxy’s restaurant, back in Great Harbour.
If you haven’t fallen in love with White Bay, you will want to sail back through Soper’s Hole. This will be an upwind leg, so take your time and enjoy the scenery. Head over to Cooper or Peter Island for the night.
Enjoy your morning with a last swim or snorkle and then head across the Sir Francis Drake channel back to our base, where you can enjoy your last night at our restaurant or relax at the bar.