Destination Area: Caribbean Ocean/Gulf Of Mexico
Length: 6 NIGHTS
Vessel: Cuan Law


Road Town, Tortola, BVI on March 25, 2018


Road Town, Tortola (return) on March 31, 2018

$2,945. per passenger, double occupancy +50% for single occupancy. Call for group discount rates.

INCLUDED in this package is six nights, seven days accommodation in two person cabins, twin or queen, with private bathroom. 24 hour air conditioning or natural ventilation through hatches and windows. Three meals per day and hors d'oeuvres and snacks. All hot and cold drinks including alcoholic drinks and wine with dinner. Local taxes. Gratuities to crew. Transfer from airport, ferry or hotel to and from Cuan Law. Fuel for diesels, generators and tenders. No fuel surcharge. Use of all sporting equipment and scuba tanks, air, weights and snorkeling gear. Instruction in water sports. Help and guidance from crew including scuba. Use of tenders, driven by crew at all times. Full service from the crew. Wifi. Dockage.

Call for air.

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SAILING IN THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS, CAYS AND INLETS: WELLNESS VOYAGE, DIVING , YOGA AND TAI CHII. 6 Night, Round Trip Voyage From Road Town, Tortola A sampling of islands you may visit: Cooper Island, Salt Island, Ginger Island, Long Bay Virgin Island, Wreck of the Chikuzen (great diving spot), Dog Island & Virgin Gorda (The Baths, Round Rock & The Blinders). All of these locations are excellent diving sites.

Cuan Law is a 105-foot trimaran with a modern two-masted schooner rig standing over 100 feet tall, and spreading over 5,000 square feet of sail ...

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  • Scuba diving
  • Snorkeling (equipment on board)
  • Hobie Cat sailing (2- 14 foot on board)
  • Waterskiing (2 pair on board)
  • Kayaking (5 on board)
  • Snoozing in a hammock (3 available)on deck
  • Massage
  • Beach Barbecue
  • Exploring the Baths
  • Speed boating
  • Boat excursions (2 fast and stable inflatables- 22 foot long- for shore visits and waterskiing

NOTE: The list of islands below is a sample of some of your island visits whether it be from 3 to 7 nights. Look for the number of sailing days in the "Voyage Information" page. The captain will take your suggestions and account for prevailing weather and other circumstances.

DAY #1: Afternoon and evening dives at Cooper Island. DAY #2: Sail to Salt Island for all day diving on the Wreck of the Rhone. DAY #3: Sail to uninhabited Ginger Island for 2 dives then on to Long Bay, VG for night diving. DAY #4: Sail 10 miles out into the Atlantic to dive the Wreck of the Chikuzen then sail to Guana Island for the night. DAY #5: Diving the Atlantic Site at several sites then on to Dog Island for the night. DAY #6: Sail to "The Baths" for diving at Round Rock and a BBQ lunch on the beach then off to Peter Island for the last night. DAY #7: Return to Tortola for your flight home.

Road Town, Tortola, BVI
Road Town is the Capital of the British Virgin Islands. The town encircles the harbor like an amphitheater, with buildings stretching up into the surrounding hillsides. Road Town’s beautiful harbor is a busy center of island life and marine activity in the idyllic archipelago known as the BVI. Beneath its placid tropical exterior, Road Town is very much an international city, at the crossroads of a vigorous Caribbean maritime culture of upscale tourism and offshore finance.

Cooper's Island, British Virgin Islands
Cooper Island has a diversity of activities available to include snorkeling sites, water sports, and sample traditional Caribbean cuisine.

Most of the dive sites in the BVI are located near the island chain known as “Little Sisters,” which includes Cooper Island, along with Dead Chest, Ginger Island, Norman Island, Pelican Island, Peter Island, and Salt Island. You can expect to see a wide array of marine life from a myriad of tropical reef fishes to sea turtles and spotted eagle rays.

You will encounter the amazing wildlife of Cooper Island, such as hummingbirds, hermit crabs, lizards and pelicans.

Ginger Island (dive on Wreck of the Rhone)

Long Bay, Virgin Gorda, BVI
Long Bay is the ultimate secluded bay, it has a long beach with fine swimming and snorkeling. You are likely to have this beach to yourself, except for the odd sailboat or two anchored when the conditions are good. This is a great birding spot too. Long Bay, and Nail Bay next door, are common habitat for blue herons, spotted sandpipers, black- necked stilts, and ruddy turnstones as well as brown boobies and pelicans.

British Virgin Islands beaches have been voted the "best beaches" by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine.

Wreck of the Chikuzen (dive to explore)

Guana Island, BVI
Guana Island is an island of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) in the Caribbean. One of the few remaining privately-owned islands in its part of the world, Guana has seven white powder-sand beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys. The island is mostly natural preserve and has a small resort.

Guana also has three reef areas. White Bay is a set of parallel patch reefs in shallow water, where there are no strong waves or currents. The reefs are home to about 100 tropical reef fishes, waving gorgonians called fan corals, and the various species of hard corals. Muskmelon Bay is a deep bay with reefs at 60 to 80 feet (24 m). Large, oceanic fishes like tuna and king mackerel may be seen there. North Bay is a windward, rough-water bay with deep reefs and wrecks

Dog Island (dive several landmark sites)

The Baths", VG: (bbq, dive/swim)

The Baths on Virgin Gorda (underwater caves)

Great Harbour, Peter Island, BVI
The BVI abounds with many wonderful anchorages for sailors to enjoy and Peter Island boasts some of the best!

Visiting sailors may anchor at the south east end of the beach at Little Deadman's Bay; though some bare boats anchor here overnight.

Road Town, Tortola (return)
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