Caribbean, BVI Route

The Yacht Week Caribbean

20-25 Yachts

Mid Pace Route

Things to do in the Caribbean

Sail by day, swoon over magical rocks and remote coral reefs and then swing from the trees in a waiting hammock by night. This is the place where you'll meet the 'long shirts,' sample locally produced rum, eat mahi-mahi fresh from the sea and watch as the petrol birds swoop across iridescent waves. An eye-opener for every explorer.

From €986pp

Overview

Dec • Jan

Tortola Airport (EIS)

Caribbean Sea

Dove into an alternate reality and I never want to leave.

- @outwithoutpermission

  • BEST OF CARIBBEAN

    NYE Masquerade

    Your mask will be your ticket to the best of the BVI ball. Be daring. Be bold. Embrace the illusions, the intrigue and the mystery surrounding you as the island comes alive to the sights and sounds of New Year's celebrations.

  • BEST OF CARIBBEAN

    Flamingo Lookout

    Although the highest point on Anegada is only 28ft, we recommend you flamin(go); it's a great place to spot flocks of long-legged pink wonders. Try and find the look-out point, guide your eyes North, then slightly West and you'll see.

  • BEST OF CARIBBEAN

    The Art Reef

    Have your Skipper steer you to the island of Virgin Gorda and discover the incredible underwater art installation submerged beneath the depths. This sunken ship is helping create a new home for sealife. Sea more info: http://www.divethebviartreef.com

Caribbean Highlights

These and so much more, included in the programme.

Extra Activities

Go off the beaten track and fill your free time with these gems.

Reviews for Caribbean

  • LIFE ON DECK

    A Typical day at sea

    Wake up to the sound of the waves. Set sail around 9am. Eat lunch on deck in a beautiful bay. Explore a new island in the afternoon and dress up for the evening's festivities.

  • LIFE ON DECK

    This pool's open 24/7

    Overindulge, the best things in life are free. And, yes, a dip in the ocean is a perfectly acceptable form of bathing.

  • LIFE ON DECK

    A new view every day

    While routine is comforting, it can also be confining. Waking up to a new view is a pretty sweet deal and puts staying in a hotel to shame.

Route Stops in Caribbean