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


Departs:

Tortola, British Virgin Islands on May 12, 2019

Returns:

Tortola, British Virgin Islands on May 18, 2019


All fares are per person. Call for single occupancy. Fares begin at $1,700. for a double occupancy cabin; $2,000. for a single occupancy cabin.
Fare includes all meals, port charges and complimentary beer, wine and rum punch.
Call for air and advance booking discounts.


For more information call us toll free at 1-877-882-4395.

Round trip in the British Virgin Islands

A 6 Nights sail through Tortola.

Vela is a stately three-masted, gaff-rigged, square topsail schooner, with 8,500 square feet of canvas pulling when her 14 sails all are set. ...

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  • You will visit some of these islands in BVI- Virgin Gorda/ Jost Van Dyke/ Anegada/ Peter Island/ Cooper Island and 8 or 10 more of the most gorgeous Caribbean Islands with white sandy beaches/ swaying palms/fun beach bars... you get the picture
  • Your Captain chooses where to stop
  • Tortola is the largest of the British Virgins and as British as Pusser's Rum
  • Notice crowned peaks rising into the clouds- including Sage Mountain tropical rain forest
  • Spend time in Roadtown which is the charter boat capital of the world
  • Note that Tortola and the BVI in general is a favorite of yachtsman for all its sheltered bays and anchorages
  • Go to the famous Bomba Shack which offers dancing and good cheer.

Cruising the British Virgin Islands

Tortola, British Virgin Islands
This island is the largest of the British Virgins and as British as Pusser's Rum. Tortola is crowned with peaks rising into the clouds, including Sage Mountain tropical rain forest. Roadtown is the charter boat capital of the world. Tortola is a favorite of yachtsman for all its sheltered bays and anchorages. The famous Bomba Shack offers dancing and good cheer.

Cruising the British Virgin Islands
Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, Peter Island, Cooper Island, and 8 or 10 more of the most gorgeous Caribbean Islands, with white sandy beaches, swaying palms, fun beach bars... you get the picture. Your Captain chooses where to stop.

The British Virgin Islands (approx. 40+) each, of which, has its own special beauty, character and legends. The islands are clustered together and are due east of San Juan and are an overseas territory of the United Kingdom.

Early European exploration began in 1492. Nascent Europeans settlements occurred between 1612 until 1672 followed by the British taking control from 1672 until 1834. After emancipation from 1834 to 1950 the islands became the "modern" state in 1959 to present day.


Tortola, BVI (return)
Tortola is the largest and most populated of the British Virgin Islands, a group of islands that form part of the archipelago of the islands.

Experience the wonders of this island and explore ancient ruins, local cuisine, swim or stroll white sand beaches. There are many bays for snorkeling among the reefs.


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