Travel Guide through Paradise



The Virgin Islands are the sailing captital of the Caribbean. Explore different islands in short sailing distance, which are protected against strong winds and waves. The BVI are perfect for experienced sailors as well as for beginners. Depending on your group and your wishes our experienced captain tailors the perfect itinerary individually for you. Enjoy the white sandy beaches, snorkel the turquoise underwaterworld and explore fancy beachbars.

Itinerary – British Virgin Islands

Day 1

Once checked into the BVI, you can settle in on board with cold welcome drinks, and a short safety briefing on the flybridge. We will then set sail for Norman Island. This island intended to inspire Robert Louis Stevenson to the novel “Treasure Island”. We stop for snorkeling at The caves. Our anchorage for the night is either at the unspoiled Treasure Point, Benures Bay or the Bight. Ashore you have the possibility for a great hike and enjoying some sundowner drinks at the famous Pirat´s Bar Beachclub and if you fancy a fright, you have chance in The Bight to jump off the side of The Willy T’s.

Day 2

After a gourmet breakfast, we depart to the Indians, the most famous snorkeling spot in the BVI with colorful corals, fish, turtles,…Later we set sail to Cooper Island. Cooper Island has a beautiful beach and a new restaurant/beachbar with it´s own brewery and the famous Cooper Island Rum Bar (Largest in the Caribbean). You can enjoy some water toys from the back of the yacht, swimming and paddle boarding in the bay. After serving, just a short dingy ride away one of the best snorkel spots at Cisteen point awaits you, this is one of the best places to view sea turtles and spotted eagle rays. For divers who booked a rendezvous dive this day is the best opportunity to dive the famous wreck Rhone. In the afternoon we head to Trunk Bay on Virgin Gorda. Explore the amazing scenery while we prepare cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, followed by a delicious dinner.

Day 3

After a delicious breakfast, you will explore the incredible The Baths with it´s 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. At the restaurant Top of The Baths, you can have an enjoyable lunch or a cocktail with an excellent view and a pool. In the afternoon we set sail and cruise up the coast to the North Sound inlet. We cruise around to Saba rock and The Bitter End Yacht Club. Relax and enjoy your gourmet dinner in this wonderful scenery aboard Allure.

Day 4

After breakfast and overlooking Saba, we depart for a short sail around to Eustatia Sound, anchor in the Turquoise waters for a swim and some water toys. Lunch is served over looking Necker Island after some snorkeling on the reef cruise around the shallows of Eustatia Sound we sail to Oil Nut Bay. If you like you can visit the marina village and have some cocktails in their plunge pool before dinner is served on Allure.

Day 5

After breakfast we take a longer sail up to Anegada and anchor in the lagoon. There are lots of options here but only one spot the yacht can anchor as the island is surrounded by a continuous shallow coral reef. You can hire a mini moke jeep or tour the island on an open backed Taxi whistle stop tour of the island.  This is the best way to explore the island as there are the most beautiful beaches to discover. Enjoy a drink or taste some bites of the famous Anegada lobster at The Wonky Dog restaurant, Anegada Beach Club or the Lobster Trap

Day 6

Breakfast onboard followed by a fantastic sail to White Bay on Guana Island. We anchor in turquoise waters overlooking white sands. After lunch is served you can have a swim or paddle board to the beach to relax. For great snorkeling we take you to a short trip in the dingy to Monkey point national park.  Dinner is served overlooking White Bay’s great sunset and spend the night star gazing on the bow.

Day 7

After breakfast we sail to Sandy Cay a white, sandy, deserted island. After snorkeling, swimming and exploring the beach it is just a short hop till we reach White Bay on Jost von Dyke with the famous Soggy Dollar Bar. Enjoy the beach bars and have some Painkillers on the beach as well as on board. After dining on board you can spend the night dancing at  Foxy’s reggae bar.

Day 8

After a relaxed breakfast followed by a tot of fine rum to ease the pain, we set sail back to departure point. Lets not talk about this day…

Best time to travel

The British Virgin Islands are great to sail all year round. The majority visits the islands between end of October and middle of July. In the major Hurricane months August and September Allure is not chartering.

The Virgin Islands have a nice subtropical climate with temperatures from 75 to 85 Fahrenheit in the winter and from 80 to 90 Fahrenheit in the summer. The trade winds ensure a nice cool breeze. Water temperatures are constantly around 77 Fahrenheit.

Because of the Sir Francis Drake Channel and the outside islands the VI are very protected against the Atlantic swell. Therefor the sea is very clear, turquoise and warm. The tradewinds bring constant winds: in the summer from southeast with 3-4 Bft, and in winter from northeast with 4-6 Bft.



You can fly into the BVI directly into Tortola or you fly into St Thomas, US Virgin Islands and enter the BVI by ferry or watertaxi. We are happy to help with arrangements.



To travel into the BVI a passport is required that is vailed at least for 6 months.
Due to the current Covid regulations all travelers over 12 years need to be fully vaccinated in order to enter the BVI.



Our usual port of departure is Road Town Tortola. If you want to board at a different port within the BVI please request.