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Day05
Peter Island – The Baths, VirginGorda
14nm
Cruise toVirginGorda anddiscover
the secluded rock pools of The Baths.
Createdbyhuge granite boulders, the
waters are perfect for snorkelling.
Day06
The Baths – North Sound, VirginGorda
4nm
Head to the island’sNorth Sound
and anchor in the huge expanse of
shelteredwaters. Activities abound, from
snorkelling the reefs towater-skiing and
testing your skills in small-boat sailing at
the Bitter EndYacht Club.
Day07
VirginGorda – Anegada
14nm
The scrub islandof Anegada is
surroundedby coral reef and thewaters
are teemingwith exotic fish. Spend the
afternoon snorkelling amidst the small
wrecks that dot the coastline.
Day08
Anegada –White Bay, Jost VanDyke
27nm
Fromthe peaceful anchorage of The
Settlement, cruise to the secluded
anchorage ofWhite Bay. Step ashore onto
the lively islandof Jost VanDyke. Sway to
reggae tunes and tuck into a feast of fresh
lobster at Ivan’s Stress Free Bar.
Day09
Jost VanDyke –
CharlotteAmalie, St Thomas
20nm
Spend the final day cruising around,
dropping anchor inquiet spots for some
water sports activities before crossing the
border back into theUSVirgin Islands.
Indepth
Day01
CharlotteAmalie, St Thomas –
Francis Bay, St John
18nm
The busy harbour of Charlotte
Amalie is crowdedwith boutiques
and restaurants. Step aboard and
cruise to Hurricane Hole on St John.
Spend the afternoon relaxing on deck
surrounded by the national park’s
white beaches, emerald cays and
turquoisewaters.
Day02
HurricaneHole –
Cane GardenBay, Tortola
19nm
Cruise across the border to the British
Virgin Islands. Drop anchor at Cane
Garden Bay and take the tender ashore
to climbMount Sage or simply to have
fun at one of the bustling beach bars at
Soper’s Hole.
Day03
Cane GardenBay – Norman Island
11nm
Cruise through the Sir Francis Drake
Passage to Norman Island. Swim in
Deadman’s Bay before heading out to
dine at the notoriousWilly T schooner
anchored just off Norman Island.
Day04
Norman Island – Peter Island
4nm
After an eventful night it’s a short hop
across to neighbouring Peter Island
where you can spend themorning
swimming and relaxing around the
secludedWhite Bay. For divers in the
party, the underwater habitat around
RMS Rhone is close by.
At a glance
1 – St Thomas
2 – St John
3 – Tortola
4 – Norman Island
5 – Peter Island
6 – Salt Island
7 – Virgin Gorda
8 – Anegada
9 – Jost Van Dyke
Don’t miss
Take a tender and follow
the snorkel trail around
Trunk Bay (pictured right)
– one of the top ten
most beautiful beaches
in the world.
Virgin Islands
Miles of sparkling sandy beaches, unparalleled dive sites, safewaters and a constant gentle breeze – the 50-plus
islands that make up the Virgin Islands have long attracted sailors to discover the scalloped coastlines.
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