Our plans are cruiser casual to make room for spontaneous events.
The following can change …
- We board the boats around 5pm, Tuesday, February 3rd. We meet our fellow Adventurers and get comfortable on the boats. We spend the night at the dock.
- Hopefully you have been ‘on-island’ for a day or two and are a bit rested. Eric Stone is playing that first night the 3rd, over the hill (the location, not Eric) one of the legendary full moon parties at Bomba’s Surfside Shack.
- Day 2 – we sail across to enjoy the majesty of The Baths. That afternoon we can cruise up to Marina Cay and enjoy some island time.
- Day 3 – sail over to Gorda Sound to enjoy some beach and probably resort time; Leverick, Bitter End, Saba Rock?
- Day 4 – upon wx approval from the base, we cross to exotic Anegada. Island tour? We have reservations (the booking kind) for an amazing evening lobster BBQ (veggie options) with music, dancing, limbo?? All at Sam’s (Potters) on the beach.
- Day 5 – A glorious downwind sail back and around to beautiful Cane Garden Bay. Live music at Myett’s? And or other wonderful beach bars/restaurants.
- Day 6 – Sail over to Jost Van Dyke to enjoy Foxy’s and Corsairs.
- Day 7 – Up under Tortola and across to Salt Island for a snorkel/dive and Cooper’s for a mellow evening at the beach restaurant.
- Day 8 – a nice sail across to the base.
-Anegada: That’s right, most BVI charters don’t reach Anegada. We have obtained permission … subject to weather. We sail the ocean blue to enjoy their tours (see the flamingoes) and an evening at Sam’s where you can watch them prepare our BBQ lobster dinners then dance and limbo to steel drums.
-Cane Garden Bay: A favorite subject of island music, we enjoy the amazing beach and roll up to beautiful Myett’s for happy hour.
-Jost Van Dyke: Famous Foxy’s and Vinny’s Corsairs on the beach. Our home away from home.
-Salt Island: legendary wreck of the Rhone, most beautiful I’ve ever seen, and other diving/snorkeling.
I’m excited just listing all this fun stuff. Let’s get there