Cabin Charter Sailing in the BVI
Trip 9 – Saturday 27 March to Saturday 3 April 2021
Cabin charter sailing is the perfect way for solo travellers, couples and small groups to explore the British Virgin Islands without having to book a whole yacht! Get your own private ensuite cabin and have lots of fun and get hands-on sailing as we pack in as many stunning islands as we can during the trip. We aim to see the hot spots, the highlights and get off the beaten track too. Changes may take place due to guest requests and weather conditions.
Meet Sam and Neil from BlueFoot Travel and your fellow sailors at 14:00 (2 PM) in Trellis Bay, just a 5-minute walk from the airport. Then get settled into your cabin on Nemo. After Neil gives the guest briefing we will set sail across the Sir Francis Drake Channel to The Baths in Virgin Gorda. During this sail, you can learn the ropes and try your hand at the helm. We will have our first yummy dinners on Nemo tonight.
Wake up on board Nemo in heaven! The Baths are incredible, with huge, house-sized boulders literally piled on top of each other. There are several paths through the boulders that lead to Devil’s Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the British Virgin Islands. Go snorkelling in the Baths, or take the kayak or paddleboard around these incredible rock formations. Mid-morning we will start to tack up towards Richard Branson’s Neckar Island, during which you can get some great hands-on experience helming Nemo. We will have lunch on the go, as we head up to Gorda Sound. We will then head ashore for cocktails and if we are in luck the Pirate Show will be on at Leverick Marina. After lots of laughs, Arggghhhhs and rum, we will head back to Nemo for dinner on board.
Today we will sail to Anegada. Known as the drowned island, this low-lying coral and limestone sand bar is said to have claimed nearly 300 ships! With Captain Neil, there is no need to worry though, and when we get there you can enjoy Anegada’s miles of sandy beaches and lobster! We aim to get there in time for you to explore the island reefs, beaches and many beach bars and will head ashore for a delightful lobster dinner at The Wonky Dog.
Another really fun sail today, with lots of time for you to practice your sailing skills. We will be heading to Lee Bay on Great Camanoe and Guana Island. These are two beautiful spots for swim and snorkel and walking along long sandy white beaches. Dinner will be served on board Nemo.
What could be better than a day spent snorkelling and exploring sandy islands with palm-fringed beaches and turquoise waters! Perhaps you would like a cocktail or two thrown in for good measure ;-). We will sail to Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke for a cocktail at Foxy’s Beach Bar and hopefully also get to visit the Soggy Dollar at White Bay in Dory the Dinghy too!
After breakfast, we will sail past the USVIs to the Indians, a truly fabulous snorkelling area. We will then sail over to the Bight at Norman Island for our evening meal and some fun and cocktails at Willy Ts!
After breakfast, we will sail to the Wreck of the Rhone for a refreshing snorkel. This is an amazing wreck snorkel experience – not to be missed, especially when snorkelling through the air bubbles from the divers below. After snorkelling, we will sail to Cooper Island for our last meal ashore.
We will sail back to Trellis Bay, giving you a chance for some final sailing practice. You will be ready to head to the airport from around 12:00 (12 PM).
Interested in booking this cabin charter? All your questions related to our booking process are outlined in our Booking, Payment & Pricing FAQ.
Please note that fishing is not permitted in the British Virgin Islands on a sailing boat due to local restrictions in marine regulations, in order to help safeguard the fish population. We promise to bring you places where you can snorkel and see the fish in their natural habitat.
Information about airports and airlines can be found on the British Virgin Island destination page. Further information relating to all Caribbean sailing trips is available on the FAQ pages.