Islands strung like a necklace curve over 35 miles from St. Thomas, USVI in the west into the British Virgin Islands ending at Anegada. The eastern tip of the British Virgin Islands join the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south. Nature’s bounty has gifted the Virgin Islands with islands to shelter the sailor from large ocean swells and provide numerous options for calm harbors, white sand beaches and reefs that can be easily spotted in the bright tropical sun.
Start from Beef Island Airport in the heart of the island chain or fly into Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas – the busiest town in these islands. As you sail through the islands enjoy the quieter spots of Cruz Bay St. John or Spanish Town Virgin Gorda each with their own appeal. Local beach bars with sand on the floor and music playing create memories of a ‘jump up’ – laughter filled, barefoot dancing with friends are the mainstay of the outer islands.
Paddle boarding, snorkeling, or scuba diving are all part of experiencing the underwater life of the Virgins. Perfect for sailing, never out of sight of land with your next stop just a short distance away, the Virgins define easy living.