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Waterlemon Cay in Leincester Bay, St. John is considered one of the best snorkel spots in the US and British Virgin Islands.

Day 1: Leave the Red Hook dock at Noon and head to Leinster bay in St. John for a wonderful snorkel around Waterlemon Cay and a good opportunity to see some sea turtles! Then a short sail takes you over to Soper’s Hole, Tortola to check into customs. Visit the cute little wharf side village where Blue Water Divers is located. Sail to the Bight at Norman Island for anchoring in the eve. Enjoy Pirates Beach Bar or  the Willy T for after dinner dancing.

Day 2: The next morning would be a great time for your first dive at the nearby RMS Rhone (famous wreck). The rest of the group will enjoy snorkeling at the Indians and the famous Caves nearby. A sail to Cooper Island would end the day. The lovely resort there has a restaurant, a rum bar and a cute boutique.

Day 3: Morning would bring another rendezvous dive opportunity while the rest of the group enjoys snorkelling at Cooper Island’s Cistern Point. Then a sail brings you over to Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda and a taxi up into the hills for lunch at Hog Heaven (a secret jewel of a BBQ places with the best view in the islands) and then a late afternoon tour of The Baths -after all the cruise ship crowds have left you have it to yourself after 3 pm. Sail into North Sound from there for a stop at Leverick Bay to see the famous Michael Beans show at night.

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The beach goes on forever around beautiful Anegada.

Day 4: Head next to the magical flat island of Anegada. Once there, a short taxi ride takes you to pristine Cow Wreck Beach for lunch. On the way, keep a lookout for the flock of Pink Flamingos that can be seen wading in the shallow salt ponds in the middle of the island.

Loblolly Bay has an interesting snorkeling site off of the beach, so bring your gear along!

At night try Potter’s for the famous BBQ lobster dinner on the beach.

 

 


Day 5:
 Leaving Anegada enjoy a beautiful sail to Marina Cay for lunch and excellent snorkeling at Monkey Point. Overnight at Cane Garden Bay – many fun beach bars and restaurants are to be found here, too, with live Reggae music most nights.

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The Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke is famous for it’s PainKillers.

Day 6: Sail over to Jost Van Dyke, White Bay to hit the famous beach bars there including the Soggy Dollar Bar. Anchor in Great Bay for dinner or dancing at Foxy’s.

Day 7: Morning Sail over to Caneel Bay, St. John and dinghy into Cruz Bay to check back into the USVI. Enjoy some great shopping among the many cute boutiques and artisan workshops located within a 3 block radius of this.

Day 8: Sail back to Red Hook for noon drop off.