An adventure in the heart of the British Virgin Islands

Golden sand beaches are waiting for you...
Cruise the Caribbean aboard Lagoon 40
Departure Tortola (British Virgin Islands)
Half board
8 days, 7 nights
You will love:
  • • The Baths, Virgin Gorda
  • • The atoll of Anegada
  • • The marketplace of Trellis Bay
1 410 €
per person

Enjoy this in-depth tour of the British Virgin Islands. They are territories of the United Kingdom but aside from fish and chips, there’s little that’s distinctly British. This archipelago in the West Indies is comprised of more than 50 islands. Sail for 8 days between these heavenly islands aboard a sleek catamaran.
This cruise can also be offered on board a Lagoon 560. Availability and prices on request.

Your Cabin


With 4 spacious cabins, this catamaran can accommodate up to 8 passengers. Each cabin has a large window, a double bed, storage space and a bathroom with shower and private toilets.



The crew takes you to explore the flora and fauna of the British Virgin Islands. Famous for it’s milky white sand beaches and its magnificent snorkeling spots, this one of the world’s top vacation destinations.

DAY 1 : Road Town
Arrive at the Village Cay marina at 6pm to meet the crew. The skipper and hostess will show you around your catamaran. After dropping off your luggage, you will have a brief on the itinerary and the security measures to be followed. You will have dinner on board and spend the night at the marina.

DAY 2 : Road Town - Spanish Town
In the morning, the skipper will head for Spanish Town. During navigation you will make a stop at The Baths. This beach located southwest of Virgin Gorda, is known for it’s huge volcanic rocks that create caves and natural pools. To refresh yourself, head to the top of the beach for the restaurant and bar, Top of The Baths. Soon after boarding the boat you will arrive in Spanish town, the second largest city of BVI. You have time to discover the city. Overnight on board.

DAY 3 : Spanish Town (South of Virgin Gorda) - North of Virgin Gorda
After breakfast, you will sail along the west coast of the island and make a first stop in Savannah Bay. The immense white sandy beaches make it the perfect place to relax. You will put on snorkel equipment and explore the sea-beds in the crystal-clear turquoise water. You set sail again after lunch and continue towards the north of Virgin Gorda. You will make another stopover at the end of the day in a bay on northwest coast and dine ashore. Overnight on board.

DAY 4 : Virgin Gorda - Anegada
Steer towards Anegada, also known as “the flat island” because of its appearance (its highest point being only 9 meters). Located about 15 nautical miles from Virgin Gorda, this isle is the only coral island in the archipelago. Known for its diverse flora and fauna, snorkeling enthusiasts will be delighted to learn the water is full of fish (parrot fish, rays..) and lobster that are served in the island’s restaurants. Enjoy the sunset after dinner. Overnight on board.

DAY 5 : Anegada - Trellis Bay (Beef Island)
Today, the skipper is lifting anchor headed for Beef Island, located east of Tortola. These neighbouring islands are joined by the Queen Elizabeth Bridge. Relax on the boat’s trampolines or lounge in the cockpit while sailing. You will stop at Trellis Bay, a charming little village with a long beach, ideal for perfecting your tan. To the west of the bay, visit the market and discover local products and souvenirs to bring back. For dinner, Trellis Bay Market Bar & Grill offer Caribbean cuisine. Overnight on board.

DAY 6 : Trellis Bay (Beef Island) - Jost Van Dyke
Continue your cruise and sail to the island of Jost Van Dyke. Named after the famous privateer, Joost van Dyk, who set foot on land in the archipelago in the 17th century. Depending on the weather conditions and your preferences, you will anchor in Greta Harbour or White Bay. Nature lovers can stroll along the coast and admire the scenery. These two bays have a peaceful atmosphere and many bars and restaurants. Take advantage of this magnificent setting. Swim and enjoy a cocktail on the beach. Dinner ashore and overnight on board.

DAY 7 : Jost van Dyke - Norman Island
Enjoy breakfast at sea while sailing south to Norman Island. Diving and snorkeling enthusiasts will be surprised by the rich sea-beds, which shelter many species of tropical fish. For dinner, we recommend the Pirates Bight restaurant and its cuisine based on fish and seafood. Overnight on board.

DAY 8 : Norman Island - Peter Island - Road Town
Set sail early headed for Tortola. While sailing, you will stop in one of the Peter Island coves where you can take a swim. You then leave for Road Town and disembark after breakfast around 9am.

Your stops:

Road Town > Virgin Gorda > Anegada > Trellis Bay (Beef Island) > Jost Van Dyke > Norman Island > Peter Island > Road Town

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions


Departure / ReturnDouble CabinPrice incl. VAT per person
September 2020
Saturday 26 Sep
Saturday 03 Oct
1 410 €
October 2020
Saturday 03 Oct
Saturday 10 Oct
1 410 €
Saturday 10 Oct
Saturday 17 Oct
1 410 €
Saturday 17 Oct
Saturday 24 Oct
1 410 €
Saturday 24 Oct
Saturday 31 Oct
1 410 €
Saturday 31 Oct
Saturday 07 Nov
1 421 €
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Price includes• Accommodation in a double cabin with private bathroom
• Crew services (skipper and hostess / cook)
• Half board (breakfast and lunch or breakfast and dinner)
• 0.5L of wine or 1L of beer per person per day
• 1L of water per person per day
• Diving equipment with masks and snorkels
• On-board Wi-Fi Internet access (depending on the navigation areas)
• Bedding and towels
• Consumables for the boat: fuel, gas and water
• Tourist tax
• Final cleaning
• Guaranteed departure
Price does not include• Flights
• Round trip transfers between the airport and the boat
• Dinner parties
• Activities, excursions or visits proposed on site


EU and non-EU citizens should check with the consulate of their country of origin for information on formalities.
Your flight can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. All you have to do is specify it to your advisor when you book your cruise.
All the skippers we offer are registered and hold the necessary professional certificates. They speak fluent English. If you have any special requirements regarding the skipper, please let us know. The skipper is responsible for navigation and your safety on board. Feel free to participate with him in the manoeuvres, he will be happy to teach you the basics of navigation. Concerning the organisation, the skipper sleeps on the boat, either in a separate cabin or in the saloon. The skipper is not in charge of cooking or washing dishes. On request, a hostess (or cook) can prepare your meals, clean the saloon, clean your cabins and more generally ensure that the boat is in good order. all our cabin cruises include the services, at a minimum, of a skipper and a hostess (unless otherwise specified in the contract)
During your cruise, you benefit from the half board, including breakfast and one meal (lunch or dinner) per day. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are not included. Check the terms and conditions of your quotation carefully. On request, your advisor can send you the menus proposed on board. They are often prepared with fresh and local products. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are allergic to any food or if you are on a special diet.
The official currency of the British Virgin Islands is the United States dollar.
To confirm your booking you should inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will put an option (hold) on the cabin for a certain time until we receive your down payment.
The booking will only be considered final once your down payment has been recieved (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card) which is 50% of the total amount. A 100% down payment is required for any booking made less than one month before departure.
The balance should be paid no later than one month before boarding.
If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 25%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.

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An adventure in the heart of the British Virgin Islands
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