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A BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights sailing vacation is like none other. Brilliant white sand beaches, swaying palm trees, and turquoise water set the backdrop for adventure and relaxation. Since there are so many beautiful places to see and many activities, it may be challenging to decide what to do. This sample BVI Sailing Itinerary for 10 nights is an excellent place to start your planning.

Deadman's Beach - BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights
BVI Sailing Itinerary, 10-nights

Day 1 Road Town, Tortola – The Bight, Norman Island

Begin your 10-night BVI sailing itinerary at Road Town, Tortola. After a brief safety meeting with your captain, set sail to the Bight, Norman Island.

The Caves at Norman Island - BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights
The Caves at Norman Island

Long ago, Norman Island was said to be a hiding spot for Pirate Booty. It is also said to have inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel Treasure Island. Today, Norman Island is a safe and scenic place to anchor.

Activities | BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights

  • Snorkel The Caves at Treasure Point
  • Hike
  • Have a tropical drink at Willy T’s floating bar.
  • Dine at the Pirates Bight Restaurant

Day 2 Norman Island – Peter Island

After a leisurely breakfast prepared by your private chef, it’s on to Peter Island’s Great Harbour, the famous Ocean’s 7 Yacht Club.

Mooring balls are available for yachts up to 60ft to anchor safely and enjoy access to the beach. Enjoy the beautiful scenery, easy access to the beach, and the yacht club’s waterfront deck.

Day 3 Peter Island – Cooper Island | BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights

Sail from Peter Island to Cooper Island, stopping at Salt Island. Once you’ve arrived at Cooper Island, you can enjoy various activities at the Cooper Island Beach Club.

You can also go sampling local rums at the Rum Bar. Take the dinghy for a short boat ride to Cistern Point, a shallow diving spot on the island’s western side.

Snorkel or dive and see ledges and rocky formations that hide marine life. You could also take the dinghy to the Wreck of the Rhone near Salt Island.

Activities

  • Snorkel
  • Scuba
  • Cooper Island Beach Club
  • Watch the sunset

Day 4 Cooper Island – Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda

Have your morning coffee and perhaps get in a little stand-up paddleboarding before breakfast. Then, enjoy the scenery as you sail to the Baths, Virgin Gorda. Weather permitting, if not take a taxi from Spanish Town to the Baths.

The Baths at Virgin Gorda
The Baths, Virgin Gorda
  • The Baths. Explore the grottos and tunnels made by giant boulders scattered along the shore. Walk to the Top of the Baths for a great view, a bite to eat, and a little souvenir shopping.
  • Take a taxi to Spanish Town. Visit CocoMaya restaurant, bar, and beach.
  • Take a taxi to the Copper Mine ruins.
  • Shop at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour.
  • Dinghy to Little Dix Bay. Have an elegant dinner at Little Dix Bay restaurant and then enjoy live entertainment at the Rum Room.

Overnight at anchor near Spanish Town or dock at the Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour marina.

Day 5 Spanish Town – Leverick Bay, North Sound, Virgin Gorda

On day five, you’ll be in an island state of mind. This morning, sail to the Dog Islands for snorkeling, swimming, and paddleboarding. Then, continue to Leverick Bay. From this anchorage, you can access a variety of restaurants and activities, such as:

  • The Spa at Leverick Bay. Treat yourself to a massage, mani/Pedi, or a complete spa package.
  • Saba Rock. Saba Rock is about an acre and a half in size. The island contains a small hotel, restaurant, bar, and gift shop. There are snorkeling spots with old sunken cannons.
  • Anchor near the Bitter End Yacht Club and take the dinghy to Oil Nut Bay.
  • Water Sports. The North Sound is a protected area that’s great for watersports. Go snorkeling, kiteboarding, windsurfing, and jet skiing.
  • Fish.
  • Hire a car or taxi. Check out some local eateries. Choose the Hog Heaven Restaurant with its incredible view or The Restaurant at Leverick Bay.
Oil Nut Bay -  BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights
Oil Nut Bay

Day 6 Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda – Anegada

Anegada Beach

Get an early start to Anegada. There’s a full day’s worth of activities to do here, including:

  • Renting a car or scooter and exploring the island
  • Visiting Cow Wreck Beach
  • Snorkeling Horseshoe Reef
  • Dining on Anegada lobster at the Anegada Beach Club Restaurant or the Wonky Dog Restaurant and Bar
  • Strolling on Loblolly Bay Beach

Day 7 Anegada – Marina Cay

Today you’ll sail to Marina Cay. From here, you’ll have a great starting point for the day’s adventures. Take the dinghy to Scrub Island and Great Camanoe. Explore the shallow water around Marina Cay.

At night, the moored yachts often lit up this area, creating a beautiful view of the undersea world.

Day 8 Marina Cay – Cane Garden Bay

Today’s first stop is Monkey Point off Guana Island. Enjoy snorkeling, kayaking, and swimming. After lunch, head to Cane Garden Bay.

Spend the day at this gorgeous beach swimming in the clear water, kayaking, snorkeling, and relaxing. Later, when the sun goes down, the activity heats up.

Beach bars such as Quito’s Gazebo and Myett’s Garden and Grill serve up food, drinks, and live entertainment.

Day 9 Cane Garden Bay – Jost van Dyke | BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights

On day nine, it’s on to Jost van Dyke. Stop at Sandy Cay and Green Cay for some spectacular snorkeling or diving on the way. You can anchor at Diamond Cay. Also, visit the Bubbly Pool, a natural Jacuzzi formed as waves fill a small pool with water.

Soggy Dollar Bar -  BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights
The Soggy Dollar Bar

Sail around to Great Harbour and enjoy activities such as

  • ATV rides
  • Hiking
  • Strolling on the beach
  • Having a drink at the famous Foxy’s. (Don’t forget to get a T-shirt!)
  • Sailing (or taking the dinghy) to White Bay and visiting the Soggy Dollar Bar

Day 10 Jost van Dyke – Soper’s Hole, West End Tortola

Today enjoy a short sail from Jost van Dyke to Soper’s Hole. Browse the marina’s shops, such as Arawak Surf and Zenaida’s Boutique, and stop in for a bite to eat at Omar’s. In the evening, cast a line and try to catch a fish while watching the gorgeous sunset.

Day 11 Soper’s Hole – Road Town

As you awake to the last day of your 10-night BVI Sailing Itinerary, take some time to breathe. Reflect on the memories you’ve made. Enjoy breakfast and sail back to Road Town. Maybe stop for a quick swim at Peter Island’s Deadman’s Bay.

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Exploring the British Virgin Islands might sound like a dream. But, after island hopping and snorkeling, you’ll yearn for more.

So, don’t be surprised if you find yourself flipping through this itinerary again and again. Planning another trip while you’re still completing your current itinerary.

The BVI SAIL team is your guiding light. Our expert yacht charter brokers have extensive knowledge of these amazing islands.

We’ll tailor an itinerary based on your interests. Our team will ensure that your luxury yacht charter is pure bliss, whether secluded anchorages or lively beach bars.

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