choice of around 60 charming islands with countless sandy beaches and anchorages
tropical paradise with authentic nature
relaxed sailing and easy going atmosphere
short distances between the islands
The Virgins are a perfect spot for relaxed sailing, with short distances between islands, calm waters and moderate winds. The anchorages, usually equipped with buoys, are not too far apart. Most destinations are in sight, which makes navigation quite simple. The waters are almost tide free. This makes the Virgin an ideal spot for newcomers to the Caribbean!
The overall atmosphere on the Virgins is easy going. Countless are the beaches and spots for snorkeling that you may want to discover on a circuit around the main island of Tortola. Do not miss a visit to Norman Islands, the famous “Rhone shipwreck “on the way to the Salt Islands, the archipelago of”The Dogs “, the island of Jost von Dyke“with its world-famous bars and the beautiful beach of Can Garden Bay in the north of Tortola. There are many more islands to explore, around 60 in total, so you will need to make a choice depending on your route.
Between November and May, trade winds from NE – directions between 2-5 bft .. This is the best sailing season. In summer, the wind shifts to E or SE. From August to October, it is humid and rainy like everywhere in the Caribbean.
Flight either via San Juan (Puerto Rico) and connecting flight with LIAT or American Airlines to Tortola,
or regular flights with Air France to St Martin with a connecting flight to Tortola.