Blue Odyssey Vacations- Tortola Sailing Itinerary- Caribbean, Virgin Island Sailing

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Tortola

7 Day Sample BVI Sailing Itinerary

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Road Town to Norman Island

7 nautical miles. Leave Road Town and sail down to The Bight at Norman Island. Snorkel around the Caves and the Indians. Eat at the well-known floating restaurant The William Thornton (locally known as the Willie T.), or at Billy Bones bar & restaurant on the beach.

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Norman Island to Great Harbour

11 nautical miles. On to Little Harbor at Jost Van Dyke, or Great Harbor and home of Foxy's restaurant and bar. Stop on the way at Sandy Cay or Green Cay, each with beautiful sandy beaches.

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Great Harbor to Cane Garden Bay

5.5 nautical miles. It's an easy sail from Jost Van Dyke to Cane Garden Bay, with its long sandy beach, restaurants and water sports. Quitto, a well-known local singer, has a hotel and restaurant here. Callwood's Rum Distillery is also located at Cane Garden Bay.

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Cane Garden to Marina Cay

10 nautical miles. Sail up the north side of Tortola to either Trellis Bay or Marina Cay, making a stop for snorkeling or lunch at Monkey Point. Both anchorages have plenty of mooring balls, excellent snorkeling and restaurants. Ice and water are available at Marina Cay.

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Marina Cay to Spanish Town

5 nautical miles (or to North Sound, 9 nautical miles). Continue up to Virgin Gorda with a stop at the Baths at Spanish Town. Dinghy in and explore the rock formations. While there is no overnight anchorage at the Baths, you may choose to dock at Spanish Town or sail up to the North Sound, where there are plenty of overnight mooring balls at Leverick Bay, Bitter End, and Drakes Anchorage to name a few. Stock up with water and ice at the Bitter End.

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North Sound to Cooper Island

14 nautical miles. Get to Cooper Island early enough to pick up an overnight mooring ball, as this anchorage does not offer good holding. Manchioneel Bay is a very pretty anchorage with a sandy beach, trees, a good restaurant and beach bar.

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Cooper Island to Peter Island

5.5 nautical miles. Take a short hop to Little Harbor at Peter Island, maybe stopping for a quick swim at Deadmans Bay at the east end. Little Harbor is usually a very peaceful anchorage, and an ideal setting for your last night out.

final morning on day
Return to Road Town

4.8 nautical miles. Check-in before noon.

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