Virgin Islands Destinations

There are so many beautiful beaches, bays and anchorages in both the US and British Virgin Islands!

See a sample itinerary including some of our favorite spots below.

 

Christmas Cove, Little St. James, USVI.
 

Start your trip with a visit to one of the many beautiful coves right off St. Thomas!  Get your sea legs while sipping a welcome cocktail and enjoying the first of many beautiful anchorages to come.  Christmas Cove is a fantastic spot to get acquainted with the yacht and crew and let the fun begin!



 

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Leinster Bay, St. John, USVI.
 

Leinster is a fabulous spot for a swim, a snorkel, a little beach combing or a hike to the ruins atop the hill.  From there, the views are unbelievable! Don’t forget your camera to grab a spectacular sunset shot.  If you want to spend a little bit more time on St. John, you can also stop at Maho Bay or Hawk’s Nest Bay for an overnight and work your way to Leinster the next day.  



 

Soper's Hole, Tortola, BVI.
 

Make Soper's Hole your first stop in the BVI.  Enjoy the beautiful architecture, grab a Painkiller at Pussers and then stop in at some of the cute island boutiques before setting sail later in the afternoon. 

 
The Caves, Norman Island, BVI.
 

After Soper's, head to Norman Island to explore the beautiful natural cave formations.  Kayaking and snorkeling are fantastic in this idyllic spot.

 
The Indians, Norman Island, BVI.
 

At the Indians, certified SCUBA Divers can enjoy a great reef dive.  The colors and the marine life at this spot are among the best you'll find in the Virgins.  Snorkelling is also first-rate at this spot.

 

When you're through blowing bubbles and feeling like a party, head to the infamous Willy T and take on the shot ski!  

The Wreck of the RMS Rhone, Salt Island, BVI.
 

The Wreck of the RMS Rhone,  a British Mail Steamer that sank in 1867 losing 123 of the souls on board.  This is one of the best dives in the BVI.  It’s really a can’t miss.  Click here for the full story.

The Baths, Virgin Gorda, BVI.
 

The Wreck of the RMS Rhone,  a British Mail Steamer that sank in 1867 losing 123 of the souls on board.  This is one of the best dives in the BVI.  It’s really a can’t miss.  Click here for the full story.

Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda, BVI.
 

Leverick Bay is a great spot to have a dinner ashore, especially on a Friday, when you can see the Jumbies show!  It's also a fabulous jumping-off spot for a trip to Anegada, the 4th largest barrier reef in the world.

After arriving at Anegada, hop in a taxi and take a trip to Cow Wreck Beach, most definitely one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean

Anegada, BVI.
 

Anegada is a barrier reef island whose highest point is only about 28 feet (8.5 m) above sea level.  This explains its' name, which derives from Spanish ahogada, meaning "drowned".  Anegada is known for miles of white sand beaches and the 18-mile (29 km)-long Horseshoe Reef, the largest barrier coral reef in the Caribbean, and the fourth largest on earth.

Many charter companies won't allow their yachts to navigate this island's reef, so having your own private yacht with a professional captain allows you to experience this beautiful gem.

White Bay, Jost Van Dyke, BVI.
 

When you're ready for yet another white-sand beach, this time studded with beach bars, head right on over to White Bay on Jost Van Dyke.  The Soggy Dollar Bar, One Love, Gertrude's and many others await your visit.

 

The legendary Foxy's is located in Great Harbor, which is the next bay over.  Don't miss Foxy's boutique where you can find cute island souveneirs.

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