Sailing to Virgin British Islands
Travel the Atlantic by boat may be the best vacation experience I’ve ever had. Maybe because you enjoyed other cruises, but we assure you that this will be unforgettable.
Enjoy the tranquility of the sea aboard our catamaran purchased new in 2015 that will provide all the amenities you need to disconnect from the world and enjoy life on board the ship as a true adventurer.
Whether or not prior sailing experience, this trip will provide the opportunity to learn, if desired, the daily tasks of a navigator such as: guard duty at the helm, fishing, cooking and of course, will have all the free time world to enjoy the views and dive into the Atlantic Ocean.
On board our ship will feature amenities such as air conditioning, watermaker, generator, etc. And for those boaters are sure to love knowing that sail sailing regatta with code 0 and spinnaker.
The crossing and stages
For the perfect trip, we chose with special care the best places for your enjoyment during your trip to the BVI (British Virgin Islands).
Denia (Alicante) – Tortola (British Virgin Islands)
Stage I: Denia – Tenerife
Release date: October 17, 2015
Duration: 2 Weeks
The output will be October 17 from Denia (Alicante) and descend along the coast by the Spanish Mediterranean coast to the Strait of Gibraltar. There we will have the opportunity to visit Tarifa (famous as a perfect area for sports such as windsurfing, kite surfing and other water sports with waves), Barbate and Zahara. From here we will direct towards Tenerife leaving the Peninsula and the Mediterranean Sea to begin the adventure across the Gulf of Cadiz. This is the first stage of their training at sea, without “land in sight”, but surrounded by the blue sea and tranquility transmitted. We leave Rabat and Casablanca to port and Madeira farther to starboard, and a few days later we can finally see land. We will make a mandatory stop in the Canary giving option to embark from this point on that so wishes.
Stage II: Tenerife – Cape Verde – Tortola (British Virgin Islands)
Release date: November 2, 2015
Duration: 3 Weeks
If everything elapses as it should, November 2 we head to the Caribbean and we enter the final stage of our Atlantic crossing by heading to Cape Verde, mythical island famous for its spectacular views. After visiting Cape Verde we let ourselves be carried away by the trade winds turn west and pushed by those across the Atlantic Ocean to Tortola in the British Virgin Islands (BVI). This stage will last two to three weeks of sailing without the possibility of anchoring and docking. Enjoy the blue sea surrounding him and this gives you peace of mind.
* All dates and durations are approximate, since they depend on the weather and contingencies.
Our catamaran is perfect for this trip, being a LAGOON 450 2015. A fundamental reason for its size is 14 meters long (long), for almost 8 meters wide (wide). With these dimensions we consider a luxury strip. It has 4 guest cabins are authentic suite and four bathrooms with separate shower cubicle. The distribution of cabins downwind bows, give a unique intimacy to be separated from each other.
Another aspect to consider is the level of equipment that sets it apart from the rest, being without doubt in what might be called a luxury yacht ready for your enjoyment.
To learn more about our boat click here.
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The price does not include: trips to the port of embarkation / from the port of landing, mooring or port fees, food and beverage, customs fees, visas, communications (there will be a satellite phone but calls are not included) and any another concept that has not been included.
Calling us (+34) 677 165 105 // (+34) 661 181 981 or you can write us through our form: Contact Form.