Set sail on your catamaran and enjoy an unforgettable cruise around some of the most beautiful spots of the Virgin Islands. These islands are secluded and still relatively untouched by mass tourism - you will be able to enjoy true bliss and relaxation. Sailing around these islands is a real joy - navigating is easy and there is very little winds. We recommend that you enjoy a cruise between October and May to make the most of the Carribean Sun.
The Lagoon 620 is a top of the range boat which offers all the comfort and ammenities which you need for the perfect cruise.
|Boat Model:||Lagoon 620|
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Speaker in the cockpit
On board your catamaran Lagoon 620, you will enjoy a double cabin offering all the comfort and luxury of a bedroom. Each cabin has a private bathroom with a sink, large mirror, cabinet, toilet, shower and hot and cold water.
On board your catamaran, discover these unique Caribbean islands and their exceptional scenery.
Day 1 - Marigot Bay - Marina Fort Louis (Saint-Martin)
You will step aboard from Marina Fort Louis which is in the heart of Marigot. Enjoy a welcome cocktail and meet your crew, before setting sail overnight in the direction of the Virgin Islands.
Day 2 - Virgin Gorda - Norman Island
Today you sail into the archipelago by Norman Island and head to Spanish Town. Your next stop is the most mythical spot in the Virgin Islands: The Baths. After lunch you head in the direction of ‘The Caves’ which is the perfect spot for snorkeling on Norman Island. You can enjoy an atmospheric evening and a drink on the pirate boat, Willy-T.
Day 3 - Norman Island - Tortola - Jost Van Dyke
Make the most of a morning stroll around the marina of Soper’s Hole. Fall under the charm of these stunning coloured houses and the welcoming local people. You will then sail in the direction of Jost Van Dyke, and you will moor at White Bay. In the evening you will head to Great Harbour to spend the night.
Day 4 - Sandy Cay - Guana Island - Marina Cay
Today you will leave in the morning and a short navigation will take you to Sandy Cay, and after a relaxing morning you will then sail to Guana Island where you will enjoy lunch and spend the afternoon. At around 16h you will head towards Marina Cay where you can discover the famous red telephone box at the end of the jetty!
Day 5 - Mosquito Island - Virgin Gorda
Your crew will set sail again for Mosquito Island. After lunch it is then time to head to Gorda Sound, before a trip back to Bitter End. This large luxury marina has a wonderful atmosphere and you can enjoy spotting all the most impressive super yachts.
Day 6 - Virgin Gorda - Eustatia - Prickly Pear
During the morning your boat will moor at Eustatia Island. Next stop on your cruise is Prickly Pear island, a national park since 1988. You will then sail towards the island of Saint-Martin.
Day 7 - Saint-Martin - Ilet Tintamarre
Wake up in front of the beautiful deserted island of Tintamarre. In the afternoon you will head to Rocher Créole which is part of the nature reserve. You will head back to Marina Fort Louis to spend the night.
Day 8 - Marigot, Marina Fort Louis
Disembark at 9h at Marina Fort Louis.
Marigot Bay > Virgin Gorda > Norman Island > Jost Van Dyke > Marina Cay > Virgin Gorda > Prickly Pear > Ilet Tintamarre > Marigot Bay
The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions
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