Virgin Islands Yacht Charter

The Virgin Islands are a spectacular group of islands located in the Caribbean. Spread over 133 square miles, the islands will leave you with plenty of places to discover. Boasting beautiful beaches and pristine water, a Virgin Islands Yacht Charter is one of the most popular trips.

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DAY 1: St. Thomas to St. John

Embark on your luxury charter yacht out of Yacht Haven Grande, in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. If you have some time before your charter, check out shops like Louis Vuitton, Gucci or unwind from your travels with a massage at Prana Spa. Your yacht will make its way from St. Thomas over to St. John, the smallest of the US Virgin Islands. Anchor off Water Lemon Cay, where you can spend the day in the water, or visit one of the best-preserved sugar mills at Annaberg Ruins, with breathtaking views of the surrounding islands.

DAY 2: St. John to Peter Island

You’ll make a quick stop to clear through customs with your captain on the largest of the BVI’s, Tortola, and then it’s off to Norman Island to snorkel The Indians and The Caves. Anchor off of Pirate’s Bight for a serene lunch setting. Once you’ve gotten your fill of snorkeling and sunbathing, sail over to Peter Island and anchor for the night. The infamous Willy T’s has relocated from Norman to Peter Island. So grab your companions, do a shot-ski, and maybe jump off the top deck of the Willy T for an unforgettable night.

DAY 3: Peter Island to Virgin Gorda

Guests can slowly make their way up towards Virgin Gorda, and stop along the way at Salt Island, where there is one of the best diving and snorkeling sites, Wreck of the Rhone. Once at Virgin Gorda, the most popular thing to do is explore The Baths. Guests can spend an entire day perusing caves, grottoes, climbing on rocks and soaking in the crystal clear blue waters. There’s a restaurant and couple of gift shops at the top of the national park, which offers a beautiful vantage point of the anchorage and giant granite boulders strewn across the beach down below.

DAY 4: Virgin Gorda to Anegada

Nicknamed the “drowned island”, this island is unlike any of the other BVI’s. The highest point is only 28ft. The island is very similar to The Bahamas, with soft, sandy white beaches surrounding the entire island and crystal clear, shallow blue waters for swimming. You can find some of the best kite surfing there, as well as bonefishing. While on the island, the must-do is to enjoy fresh lobster at The Wonky Dog for dinner.

DAY 5: Anegada to Scrub Island

Enjoy a leisurely sail back down into the BVI’s and pop into Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina for a little extra pampering; the resort offers five-star services and amenities. There are also other great anchorages to snorkel at close by, such as Guana Island and Great Camanoe.

DAY 6: Scrub Island to Jost Van Dyke

As your yacht makes her way around the North side of Tortola, guests should stop either at Sandy Cay or Sandy Spit. You’ll truly feel as if you’ve stumbled into a Corona commercial, as they’re both uninhabited islands. This is a great stop for some swimming and lunch. Next, head over to White Bay, on Jost Van Dyke, where the famous Soggy Dollar Bar sits. Soggy Dollar is “home of the original Painkiller” and there’s no greater way to end the day. Walk the powder sugar beaches and check out Ivan’s Stress Free Bar, Hendo’s Hideout, One Love and Gertrude’s.

DAY 7: Jost Van Dyke to St. John

If you woke up with a hankering for more painkillers, have your chef prepare delicious painkiller pancakes. Sail back over to St. John, anchor off Honeymoon Beach and spend the evening in Cruz Bay. There, guests will find wonderful gift shops, the best happy-hour deals on any island, and lots of local art and jewelry boutiques. Spend your final night in St. John before pulling anchor and heading back to St. Thomas, where enjoying a few more rays of sunshine at Magen’s Bay Beach is the perfect way to end your luxury charter experience.

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