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Virgin Island Yacht Charter Itineraries

Catamaran Good Medicine is perfect for 6 guests in 3 queen cabins she is fully air-conditioned. Each cabin has her owner private toilet, private shower and wash basin. Good Medicine enjoys picking guests up in St Thomas United States Virgin Islands.


Arrival: Your captain meets you at the giant American flagpole at American Yacht Harbor in Red Hook at 12 noon. You depart immediately from Red Hook to Leinster Bay for lunch. Or you can have lunch on board at Red Hook, but better in Leinster Bay.

After lunch, we'll depart for Leinster Bay, St. John. The bay is well-protected and quite comfortable (a glassy calm anchorage). The snorkeling is excellent, and there is an interesting walk ashore on a trail leading to the 300-year old Annaberg Sugar Mills. The Park Service has beautifully restored these ruins. The cruise to this anchorage is awesome because it was donated to the U.S. government by the Rockefellers and has been kept as a park, so it looks just as it did 1,000 years ago with no habitation. Very pretty indeed.


Enjoy a refreshing morning swim while breakfast is being prepared Afterwards, we'll depart St. John and enter the beautiful British Virgin Islands. You would be crossing an international boundary to Soper’s Hole, our point of entry. Your captain will prepare all the forms/passports and take them to the BVI Customs and Immigrations office, while the ladies shop and the men relax under an umbrella enjoying a tropical drink. Fortunately, your presence is not required for the customs. After lunch, we cruise toward Norman Island and the Bight. Often referred to by the locals as “Treasure Island”, legends of Norman Island are resplendent with stories of buried pirate treasure! If there is enough daylight, we will dinghy around to Treasure Point. It is known for the “caves”, a great snorkel spot. Also in the Bight is a floating bar, "The William Thornton”, which was christened in 1966. Handy, too, is a popular beach bar known as "Billy Bones”. For those with a lot of ambition, try the somewhat challenging hiking trail up to Spy Glass Hill.


Cruise to Pelican Island & The Indians for a snorkel stop. There's a fun tunnel for brave snorkelers to explore! Afterwards, we'll cruise to Marina Cay, a tiny picturesque island surrounded by a beautiful reef. This island is just what you and I imagine: coconut palms, white beach and crystal-clear warm water. Rob and Rodie White settled on the island right before World War II. You may visit the home which they built and have a drink at the spectacular Sunset Bar. There's also a Pusser’s Company Store stocked with their nautical and tropical clothing, unique accessories and gifts. We'll show you two super snorkeling spots, or you can try some water sports like knee boarding or waterskiing


Today we cruise to the famous Bitter End Yacht Club in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. We can make a lunch stop at one of the islands along the way. Christopher Columbus named Virgin Gorda because, from seaward, it resembled a full-figured woman lying on her back. Maybe he had been at sea too long! It was once the capital of the BVI's and now has a population of 3,000 people. For your one night ashore, you may want to consider dining at the Bitter End or have a very elegant meal at Biras Creek. This is a wonderful area to stretch your legs and enjoy the beautiful scenery. It's truly a “world-class” resort; the view from the restaurant has three different sea views where you can see two different oceans the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The other sea view from your table is of the North Sound Bay. I cannot imagine a more gorgeous view anywhere else in the world.


This may very well be your most favorite day of the vacation!! Today we're going to the Baths. Located on the southwest tip of Virgin Gorda, the Baths are a most unusual formation of large granite boulders. Where the sea washes in between the huge rocks, large pools have been created. Shafts of light play upon the water, creating a dramatic effect. The adjacent beach is white and sandy with coconut palms and excellent snorkeling. You'll enjoy the easy 20-minute trail through the Baths over to Devil’s Bay. Only one other place on the planet, the Seychelles Islands off the coast of Africa, is similar to the Baths. Miss this and weep.

You may wish to take a cab from Gun Creek and do a magnificent drive over the 2,000 hills to the Baths, where your yacht can be waiting to meet you and cover the Baths with you. The fare is $10 per person round-trip, and the driver is yours for the day. All of our guests really enjoy getting to see this beautiful island. The view from this magnificent ridge at the top of Virgin Gorda is 2,000 feet above the surrounding sea and is breathtaking. The driver will drop us at the Baths and we usually ask him to pick us up at 3:00 or 4:00. We'll lunch at one of our favorite spots, “Mad Dogs Bar and Grille”. There's a beautiful view of the Sir Francis Drake Channel on one side and the Caribbean Sea on the other. It's also world-famous for their BLT (bacon, lettuce and tomato) sandwiches. It's all very inexpensive and lots of fun! You'll need to wear your swimsuit and a cover-up or T-shirt and shoes that can get wet and don’t forget your underwater camera. We will bring the snorkeling gear, a beach blanket and a few towels. Your captain and crew will be available as your guides; but you may wish to go on this excursion by yourselves. Either way, you will have a marvelous time!


Today we head for Jost Van Dyke. We can make a lunch stop at Sandy Cay, the postcard-picture perfect little deserted island that you may have all to yourself! Jost Van Dyke is known for its 1,000-foot high peaks. We will anchor in Great Harbor, near Foxy’s Tamarind Bar and Grill at the eastern end. Over the years, Foxy's has become an institution for cruising boats and has been named the “Number 3 Place to Be” in the world for every New Year’s Eve. Foxy and his wife Tessa have hosted the Wooden Boat Regatta for many years. You will not want to miss hearing Foxy sing his calypso ballads from 4-6pm, and Tessa has a fantastic gift shop open until 6pm with lots of native-made gifts and goodies. If we arrive on a Friday or Saturday night, you may want to spend your one night ashore at the restaurant enjoying the bountiful buffet. The fish that is served is guaranteed to be very fresh - usually only 3 hours old! Roasted chicken and barbecued ribs are served alongside Caribbean rice, salads, tropical fruits, vegetables and freshly- baked breads. What a super feast, no shoes required! The band starts around 8:30pm and plays until 11pm. It’s a wonderful way to end your dream vacation!

After departing Jost Van Dyke about 10:00am for a sail back to St. Thomas, we hope you'll remember to fill out our guest book and comment sheet. We have truly enjoyed having you onboard and look forward to your next visit!!! HAPPY DAYS WITH US!!!

Enjoy nature’s little secrets, which Captains named Peter Pan land for adults.



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