Cruise the archipelago of the Virgin Islands on a luxury catamaran

A week of coastal sailing to explore the Caribbean!

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Cruise the archipelago of the Virgin Islands on a luxury catamaran

Come and discover the splendour and lush nature of the British Virgin Islands aboard a top-of-the-range catamaran. You will sail for a week in the middle of this archipelago made up of some fifty islands, once treaded by Christopher Columbus. In order for you to fully enjoy your holiday, we're offering you an all-inclusive package. Your hostess will cook you delicious meals with local produce and flavours.

Cruise Highlights

  • Daily snorkeling outings
  • Trellis Bay's unmissable market
  • The caves and natural pools of The Baths

Your Boat

  • Leopard 45
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 2 crew members

Come aboard your Leopard 45, a catamaran of almost 14 metres long and 7 metres wide. This boat is a clever mix of performance under sail and pleasure at sea. Thanks to its skylight, the saloon and its equipped kitchen are extremely bright. They invite you to share a convivial moment around a cocktail. The cockpit offers a panoramic view ideal for admiring the islands while sailing. You can sit comfortably on the benches located at the front to enjoy the speed or sunbathe. The aft skirts and their bathing ladders will allow you to go swimming in complete safety.

Please note: Your cruise can take place aboard a Leopard 50 or a Leopard 58 if the Leopard 45 is not available.

  • Generator
  • Air conditioner
  • Refrigerator
  • Oven
  • Television
  • Towels
  • Beach towels
  • Solar panels

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


The catamaran has 4 double cabins and can accommodate 8 passengers. All the cabins are equipped with portholes, storage space and a bathroom with private toilet.

Itinerary of your cruise

Once on board, the crew will introduce you to the warm and fun atmosphere of the Caribbean. Your daily stopovers will allow you to immerse yourself in the local culture and to meet locals happy to share ancient pirate tales with you. This highly coveted destination for divers also has some great underwater surprises in store for you.

British Virgin Islands

DAY 1 : Tortola - Cooper Island (about 6 miles)
Meet at Road Town (Tortola) at 12 noon to board your boat. After getting to know the crew and taking possession of your cabin you will leave the harbour and set sail for Cooper Island. You will anchor in Manchioneel Bay. Sheltered from wind and current, the bay is perfect for water sports and safe swimming. Night on board.

DAY 2 : Cooper Island - Virgin Gorda Island
You will sail to the impressive beach of "The Baths", located in the south of Virgin Gorda Island. Considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it is covered with granite blocks of volcanic origin. These form caves, tunnels, arches and natural pools that you will not fail to discover on foot. You'll then follow the coast to anchor in North Sound. In your free time, you can visit the covered market and sample some local specialties such as fish fingers and pineapple chutney. Overnight on board.

DAYS 3 & 4 : Virgin Gorda - Anegada Island
The skipper hoists the sails and puts the helm on Anegada Island. Put on flippers, mask and snorkel and explore the beauty of the underwater flora and fauna of this coral atoll. The island also has some great surprises in store for you; white and pink sandy beaches, pink flamingos, West Indian iguanas (a protected species)... You will appreciate the wild side of the island and the warm welcome of its inhabitants, always delighted to exchange and share moments with visitors. The Settlement is the only village with a few shops and souvenir shops. You will also find nearby restaurants where you can taste lobsters caught in the morning. Night on board.

DAY 5 : Anegada Island - Beef Island - Guana Island
You set sail again in the direction of Beef Island, a small island east of Tortola. The two are linked by the Queen Elizabeth Bridge. You'll anchor at Trellis Bay, a charming little town with a local market (the Trellis Bay Market), craft workshops, bars and restaurants. Your journey continues a little further north, to Guana Island, with a stopover in White Bay. Monkey Point, is very popular with snorkeling enthusiasts because of the diversity of its seabed. Night on board.

DAY 6 : Guana Island - Jost Van Dyke
Today, you're off to discover Jost Van Dyke, an island that owes its name to a Dutch privateer. The skipper will drop anchor in Great Harbour, the island's most important town. It was home to the philosopher and musician Foxy Callwood in the 1960s. The latter opened a bar to receive yachtsmen and travellers. He even saw a parade of personalities such as Jimmy Buffet and Keith Richards. Take the time to sip a cocktail in this bar with a friendly atmosphere. Night on board.

DAY 7 : Jost Van Dyke - Norman Island - Tortola
Morning departure and heading south of the archipelago, on Bight Bay (Norman Island). The crew will take you to discover the Treasure Point snorkeling site. You will dive into the turquoise water and swim to the caves that sink into the island, to admire the reflections of the light dancing on the walls. It's a beautiful light show. Then it will be time to head back to Tortola. Your disembarkation at Road Town is scheduled for 12 noon.

Cooper Island  Virgin Gorda Island  Anegada Island  Beef Island  Jost Van Dyke  Norman Island

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Sat 02 Nov
Sat 09 Nov 2024
Sat 30 Nov
Sat 07 Dec 2024
Double cabin
Price per person including VAT
Double cabin for single use
Price per person including VAT

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Price includes

  • Lodging in double cabin with private bathroom and toilet.
  • Crew services (skipper and hostess/cook)
  • Full board (breakfasts, lunches and dinners) and snacks
  • Drinks (water, juice, cocktails...)
  • Cash box
  • Fishing gear (fishing licence required at BVI)
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Paddle
  • Towed buoy
  • Inflatable dinghy with outboard engine
  • Free wifi connection (depending on navigation zones)
  • Boat insurance

Price does not include

  • Flights
  • Transfers to and from the airport and back to the boat
  • Tips to the crew (about 15 to 20% of the cruise price)

Frequently asked questions

  • What documents do I need in order to travel to the British Virgin Islands?

    A visa is not required for tourists visiting the BVIs. However it is important to make sure that you have a valid passport which is valid for at least 6 months after your return date from the BVIs. You will also need to present a return ticket.
  • Is everyone on board English-speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer a multilingual service.
  • What does a skipper do? And what about a hostess?

    All the skippers which we offer are qualified, have the necessary professional licenses and speak fluent English. If you have any particular demands regarding a skipper make sure to let us know.
    The skipper is in charge of navigation and your safety on board. Feel free to try out some of the manoeuvres with him; he will be happy to teach you the basics of sailing.
    Regarding sleeping arrangements, the skipper will sleep on board, either in a cabin or in the common area (saloon).
    The skipper is not in charge of cooking or washing up. A hostess (or cook) will prepare your meals, clean the saloon area and the cabins and make sure the boat is kept tidy.
  • Who arranges the flights to the British Virgin Islands?

    Your flight tickets can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. Simply specify this to your consultant when booking your cruise.
  • Does the boat operate only with the sails?

    It depends on the weather. When the winds are strong, the skipper will use the sails to sail silently. On days with calmer winds or to reach the stopovers on schedule, the skipper may need to use the engine. The engine is also used when entering and leaving the marinas. We cannot guarantee a minimum time of using the sails. The skipper will do their best to use the sails as much as possible and involve passengers in manoeuvres.
  • How are meals on board organised?

    During your cruise, you benefit from the full board package, including breakfasts, lunches and dinners per day. Softs and alcoholic beverages are also included (depending on availability). Please check the terms and conditions of your quotation. Your advisor will be able to send you the menus proposed on board on request. They are often prepared using fresh local produce. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are allergic to certain foods or if you are on a special diet.
  • What is the currency used?

    Although this is a British territory, the currency is the US dollar.
    1 Euro = about $1.09.
    Most international credit cards are accepted, except on Anagada Island, where it is safer to carry cash. There are ATM machines near banks.
    We advise you to bring US dollars with you before boarding the catamaran.
  • What payments must I make in order to confirm my booking?

    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 we have received your down payment (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, either to the base or to GlobeSailor. Mandatory extras and options will be payable locally. Be sure to check with your advisor or the base prior to departure.
  • What happens if I need to cancel my cruise?

    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 = 30%; 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 Ouest Assurance: