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Sailing | British Virgin Islands Caribbean

Visiting the BVI is the epitome of relaxation and refreshment. Spending your days traveling via catamaran and participating in water sports, or adventuring a small beach and local shops, while enjoying fresh food, delicious refreshments, and comfortable living quarters.

Rest easy in our 4-cabin catamaran, four bedrooms with an attached bathroom. Three of these cabins are used for guests, with a capacity of 6, and the fourth being reserved for the captain/chef. The boat comes equipped with a kitchen, dining, and living space. Whether we buoy on a mooring ball or drop anchor for the night, you will station until the time to set sail again.

Your Guide will prepare meals aboard the ship each day or pull to shore to bring you to a reservation at a local eaterie. No matter your food preferences or allergy restrictions, you will have plenty to choose from, and your dietary needs exceeded.

Our team of highly trained professional Guides is here to help you every step of the way. From the first point of contact with the office through the end of your trekking experience with us, World Wide Trekking will work with you to ensure you feel comfortable and prepared to embark on your journey.

We think it’s imperative to offer our guests the ability to hear from one another. This way, guests can get the nitty-gritty details about the trek… like finding out just how challenging that hike really is!


“Gorgeous boat sailed through awesome waters to get us to the hot spots of the BVI. We had an awesome time snorkeling and sightseeing. It was a very relaxing week! Captain Dean was always available and accommodating to whatever we might want to do or see. I would definitely recommend this trip as one of my favorite vacations!”- Dyan


“We had a wonderful time in the BVI’s, Dean did a fabulous job taking us all around to the different islands!”- Karl

Upon booking, you will gain access to a Personal Trip Detail Site. This site contains helpful contact information for your Adventure Specialist and your Guide while also hosting packing lists, flight schedules, and your daily trekking itinerary for easy access. Our World Wide Trekking Representatives are always here to help answer any questions, but we have found these sites to pose very useful to our Guests.

Sailing | British Virgin Islands Caribbean

Stunning beauty, relaxed sailing, and endless activities surround you in the British Virgin Islands. Trust the trade winds to carry you to whatever you’re looking for: crystal clear waters, boulder-formed caves, and picture-perfect beaches that combine with oceanfront resorts and restaurants to provide sailors with a colorful wealth of welcomes. Easy deep-water island hops, consistent breezes, line-of-sight navigation in protected waters, and numerous anchorages for evenings ashore make this the ideal island paradise for less experienced sailors or those who want a more relaxed vacation. Each morning we set sail to our next destination, the best way to experience the beauty of the Caribbean, sun-drenched activities, relaxing atmosphere, and the history of pirates that roamed these seas long ago.


TRIP TYPE: Adventure


TRIP LENGTH: 7 days/6 nights

SPACES AVAILABLE: Spaces and price vary by trip– call us for a quote today!

DATES 2024

February 13 – 19, 2024

February 21 – 27, 2024 SOLD OUT

February 29  – March 6, 2024

DATES 2025

February 14 – 20, 2025

February 22 – 28, 2025

March 13 – 19, 2025


  • Explore the serene Caribbean islands using the best mode of transportation, the sea!
  • Snorkel and swim in crystal-clear, warm waters while being surrounded by tropical fish.
  • Adventure across new sandy beaches, island caves, and little island towns each day.
  • Truly relax as you set the pace of your journey, and customize your itinerary each day.
beach with blue sea with yachts on it


  • Depart Road Town for Cooper Island, arriving early enough to pick up an overnight mooring ball at Manchoneel Bay.
  • Dinghy ashore and enjoy the sandy beach, snorkeling and restaurant on the beach.
  • 5 nautical miles to Baths; 9 nautical miles to North Sound.
  • Head for Virgin Gorda, stopping at the Baths for a swim and walk through the rock formations, leaving early enough to get up to the North Sound for your next anchorage.
  • Possibly stopping at the Dogs to snorkel and have lunch.
  • Once up at the North Sound, there are plenty of overnight mooring balls and anchorages to choose from.
  • Enjoy a variety of restaurants, water sports, diving, snorkeling or even an island tour.
  • Sail from North Sound to Marina Cay or Trellis Bay.
  • There is good snorkeling at either anchorage.
  • Cruisers may be interested in a book called “Our Island” by Rob White, telling how he and his wife built their house, a portion of which still stands on Marina Cay.
  • Sail over to Jost Van Dyke, stopping at Sandy Cay en route.
  • Spend the night at Little Harbour or Great Harbour.
  • Great Harbour is the home of Foxy’s, the famous restaurant and beach bar.
  • Sail on to Norman Island (the caves and the Indians).
  • Spend the night in The Bight, at anchor or on a mooring ball.
  • Visit the “Willie T” (the William Thornton), a converted lumber schooner which is now a floating restaurant, or go ashore to Pirates Bight beachside.
  • We will be back for your international flight home from Tortola Airport. (EIS)
  • The British Virgin Islands are known for experiencing a variety of rapidly changing weather conditions. Please note that itinerary is subject to change due to these weather patterns and the safety of the group. We pride ourselves in making the best of every single day.
  • Pre-trip planning, assistance, and customization
  • World Wide Trekking Lead Guide/ Captain (medically trained & US Sailing certified)
  • Your Captain will also be your Private Chef for 7 days!
  • Expert sailing and navigating 
  • Customized activities and routing per group interests 
  • 6 nights lodging on the yacht 
  • Included: 4500 4 Cabin – Many upgraded Yacht Options
  • There are 4 cabins – Your Captain/Chef will be in the 4th
  • Most meals, as outlined in the itinerary
  • Drinking water & morning coffee is included
  • All boat fuel 
  • All Mooring and Dock fees
  • Wi-fi on the boat 
  • Snorkeling flippers and masks
  • Airport pickup and drop-off 
  • BVI National Parks permits 
  • Required boat insurance 
  • Recommended packing list
  • International and domestic airfare 
  • 3 nights of dinners ashore
  • Additional Ice
  • Bottled Beverages : We do provide a provisioning link so you can order items delivered to the yacht
  • Passports and visa fees (if applicable) 
  • Immunization costs (if applicable) 
  • Travel and medical insurance 
  • Meals and specialty bottled beverages other than those specified 
  • Items of a personal nature 
  • Expenses incurred due to circumstances outside of the control of World Wide Trekking
  • Tourism Taxes When Applicable
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The Caribbean is beautiful all year long. To be safe, we aim to avoid the entire hurricane season, which runs from June through November.

This trip begins and ends in Road Town on Tortola Island. We recommend that guests fly into the Beef island Airport (EIS) on Tortola. Another option is to fly into Cyril E. King Airport (STT) on St. Thomas and take a ferry to Road Town, Tortola.

International airfares are not included in program pricing. When booking international travel, we recommend working with an experienced travel agent. One that World Wide Trekking is proud to coordinate with is Brian Mei from Eastern Travel. You can reach Brian directly by calling 801.792.1721 or by email at Additional support is always available by calling the Eastern Travel Office at 801.466.8811 or by emailing Michelle at

The benefit of using a travel agent is in the event of itinerary changes, the travel agent will find the best flight connections, and land arrangements, for you. Though third-party travel websites are convenient, we do not recommend using them, due to instability in the itineraries. We also recommend that you protect your flight with travel insurance and a refundable ticket.

We also recommend that you protect your flight with travel insurance and a refundable ticket. Contact AIG Travel Guard to get more information.

We recommend purchasing travel insurance, which will protect you in the event of an unanticipated cancellation of your trip, and depending on the plan you choose, can refund all the costs already paid (including flights, trip costs, and your payment to us). Please note: you must purchase this plan within 14 days of your deposit payment.  Please send us a copy of your plan if you choose to purchase one.

AIG Travel Guard

You will need a passport valid for more than six months after your trip. Make two copies of your passport. Leave one at home and bring the other with you to the BVI in case of an emergency. Ensure you provide a color copy of your passport to WWTrek 90-days prior to your departure date. Carry two extra passport photos when you travel.

There is a $15 departure tax that will be collected upon departure as well as a $10 environmental tax which is collected upon arrival. *Depending on your flight choice, these taxes may be included in your airfare.

In many parts of the world, gratuities are given in appreciation for a job well done. Our guides will take care of tipping service personnel along the way so that you don’t have to think about it.

For any additional services outside of our itinerary, plan to tip 10% (transport, restaurants, baggage, lodges, etc). We will provide you with detailed tipping recommendations on your ‘Trip Detail’ site once you sign up.

At the trails end you will have the opportunity to contribute to a group tipping pool that will be presented to your WWTrekking guides and trekking staff as we say our goodbyes.


The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is a British Overseas Territory nestled into the Caribbean, east of Puerto Rico. The BVI, which is part of a volcanic archipelago, is comprised of 4 main islands and over 50 smaller islands and cays, with the largest just over 20 square miles. With the North Atlantic Ocean to the north and Caribbean Sea to the south the BVI boasts beautiful sandy beaches, marine life, and a vibrant culture.

The indigenous islanders fell under Spanish rule with the arrival of Columbus in 1493. The Dutch were the first to established a colony on Tortola before Great Britain took over in the 1600’s. Despite a long history of colonial rule, British Virgin Islanders’ are proud that they still own the majority of BVI land and attribute their independent character and strong economy to this fact.

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is a British Overseas Territory


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Road Town, which is located on Tortola Island

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