1. Impressive and Memorable Cruise in British Virgin Island with 4 Cabin Catamaran
  2. Impressive and Memorable Cruise in British Virgin Island with 4 Cabin Catamaran
  3. Impressive and Memorable Cruise in British Virgin Island with 4 Cabin Catamaran

Impressive and Memorable Cruise in British Virgin Island with 4 Cabin Catamaran

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Grab your family or friends and have an impressive cruise around British Virgin Islands aboard a versatile sailing catamaran! Charter this Sunsail 404 Cruising Catamaran for up to 10 people. Rates starting from $1,350 USD per day and minimum 7 days booking. If you need more time of relaxation, a private skipper and cook is available for hire at extra cost. Special rates available if departing on January 26, 2019, request to book now! Rates: • 7 Days: $1,350 USD per day What You Can Expect: Imagine cruising along the amazing British Virgin Islands coast. BVI are a kaleidoscope of aquamarine waters, sun-soaked harbors, and white-sand beaches. Distinct ports of call can be found among the more than 25 pristine islands that make up the BVI. Throw away the to-do list and leave your day to chance, where you can search for turtles off the shores and find yourself gazing across the sea from a hilltop bar. Fill all your senses with spectacular scenery, delectable cuisine, and soft-sand beaches. The coral atoll of Anegada is the resting point of many a sunken ship and offers amazing underwater views for diving. From sprawling beaches to small villages you’re sure find your own reason to cruise back on another return voyage. Cruising in Tortola Travel windward through the British Virgin Islands and catch the steady trade winds as they carry you to nearby destinations. Navigation is a breeze between islands lined with protected bays and sounds formed for easy anchoring. Throughout the islands you will find any of your requirements just a short trip away, from onboard provisions to onshore restaurants and a night out. With our base in Road Town, Tortola, you are assured of receiving the support you need to make your trip, from beginning to end, a smooth cruising experience. Those new to the chartering scene will find the tranquil seas and easily plotted courses of the BVI a perfect place to build upon their experience. And whether you are at the helm or resting on the sundeck you will find there is nothing like island hopping from the deck of your own yacht. Tortola Highlights Location may not be everything but in the British Virgin Islands it’s what makes cruising so pleasurable. With its stretch of islands in the northeastern part of the Caribbean, charter guests can expect beautiful blue waters flowing into shaded caves and onto soft-sand beaches. Coral reefs surround the coast in an array of colors and are home to just as colorful marine life. Further inland bars, shops and restaurants spill through the winding streets and timeless villages are filled with the famous laid-back island ambiance. BVI Cruising Itinerary A British Virgin Islands itinerary is extremely flexible. The cruising ground presents myriad opportunities for enjoyment. It’s possible to go wherever the wind dictates, then pick up a mooring or drop the hook at a secluded anchorage to pass the hours snorkeling, swimming, sunbathing, reading, or walking on the beach. Most charterers choose a British Virgin Islands cruising itinerary that blends the best of both worlds: secluded anchorages and beautiful sunsets, with a bit of laid-back fun partying in the beachside bars. • Day 1: Cooper Island Cooper Island, located a short 6 nautical miles from The Moorings base at Road Town, is a beautiful island with a protected anchorage at Manchioneel Bay, and plenty of activities to offer. Ashore, Cooper Island Beach Club is the main attraction – a small resort with restaurant, rum bar, coffee shop, boutique, and lovely outdoor lounge area. The beach bar and lounge face west, making this the perfect place for enjoying a cocktail while watching a stunning Caribbean sunset. The beach and calm waters make Manchioneel Bay well-suited for water sports, and nearby Cistern Point offers excellent snorkeling and turtle watching. • Day 2: Virgin Gorda Island Venture toward the island of Virgin Gorda, home of the world-famous Baths. The Baths are as pristine as ever, including the famous pathway leading through the giant boulders to Devil’s Bay. Top of the Baths Restaurant is open with its delightful panoramic views. The nearby marina at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor offers Wi-Fi, fuel, water and ice. Radio ahead for a slip on the dock, or take a mooring ball outside the harbor and dinghy in. The grocery store is a short walk, and there are also some restaurants open nearby that can be accessed by dinghy or taxi, including the all new Snapper's Bar & Grill, and Coco Maya which is a 10-minute walk from Spanish Town. Coco Maya is a great spot to relax with a cocktail and meal. After departing The Baths, head for the North Sound of Virgin Gorda, an excellent overnight anchorage. Leverick Bay has moorings and a restaurant open for lunch and dinner. There is also a market here, where you can purchase ice and other provisions. • Day 3-4: Anegada Island Get underway early and enjoy a scenic cruise to Anegada, a charter-favorite that remains just as charming as the last time you visited. Sparsely populated and rural, Anegada is 11 miles long, low, and flat, quite unlike any of the other islands in the BVI. The balmy trade winds gently sweep across its sandy shores, swaying the palms and rustling through the boughs of the pines. In the center of the island is a series of salt ponds, beautiful and teeming with birds. A flock of pink Caribbean flamingos live on the ponds not far from the anchorages on the western end. Take a taxi or scooter rental to Cow Wreck Beach Bar for lunch, where the locals are always friendly and beaches are world-class. Don’t miss the nearby gift shops. Visit beautiful Loblolly Bay for excellent snorkeling, and stop at Big Bamboo for a cocktail or snack. For a delightful dinner ashore, make reservations at Wonky Dog or Potter’s by the Sea to tempt your taste buds with famous Anegada lobster. The hotel, restaurant, and dinghy dock at Anegada Reef Hotel are also open for visitors. • Day 5: Trellis Bay Quaint Trellis Bay welcomes you with a distinctly local vibe complete with Aragorn’s Studio artisan market. The Trellis Bay Market is open for basic provisions, ice and water. The market is also offering breakfast and BBQ lunch daily. If you are visiting the BVI during a full moon, the Trellis Bay Full Moon parties are a special highlight featuring fire balls on the water and live entertainment. Across the channel from Trellis Bay, Marina Cay offers moorings and an outdoor patio lunch. You may also visit Scrub Island Resort for a selection of restaurants and resort amenities. Nearby, White Bay on Guana Island is another excellent overnight anchorage option. By day, snorkel at Monkey Point and enjoy an on board luncheon. Relocate to White Bay and pick up a mooring to enjoy the solitude and a spectacular sunset. Guana Island is private, but you are free to walk the pristine white sand beach up to the high-water mark. • Day 6: Great Harbour Just to the north and west of Tortola, the heights of Jost Van Dyke rise majestically from a turquoise sea. With a population of a little more than 200, the island’s character is distinctly rural. No British Virgin Islands vacation is complete without a visit to Jost Van Dyke, which harbors some of our favorite seaside establishments. Great Harbour is an excellent overnight anchorage and is home to the famous Foxy’s Tamarind Bar & Restaurant. Foxy’s boutique is open and stocked with souvenirs. A short walk from Foxy’s is Cool Breeze cafe, offering Wi-Fi along with breakfast and lunch. Further down the beach, Corsair’s offers a full menu throughout the day. White Bay, just a short cruise from Great Harbour, is a popular day anchorage offering a beautiful beach and snorkeling along the reef. A wide selection of restaurants and bars line the beach, including the famous Soggy Dollar Bar, Hendo’s Hideout, Gertrude’s, Seddy’s One Love, and more. • Day 7: The Bight Norman Island, with its popular anchorage “The Bight”, lies on the east side of Flanagan Passage with St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands just across from it to the west. Hilly, scenic, and popular for its superior snorkeling locations, Norman Island is a highly-recommended stop on any BVI charter. Enjoy drinks and dining at Pirate’s Bight Restaurant, serving appetizers, salads, entrees and cocktails including Pirate's “Irma Punch”. There are plenty of mooring balls available here, and you can enjoy snorkeling at both The Indians and The Caves. Cruising Conditions: During the winter months (Nov. to Jan) the wind is from the northeast at 15-20 knots. The Christmas winds can produce 25-30 knots for several days at a time. In February the winds move to the east and by June it changes to the southeast at 10-15 knots. September & October the trade winds are at its weakest and the weather can be less settled. By November the high pressure system around Bermuda starts to stabilize and 15-20 knot breezes become the norm. Local seas are "relaxed" seas and generally in the 3-4 foot range. • Tides In the British Virgin Islands, the tide range is very small: 12 inches – 18 inches (one to two feet) including the variation of level due to atmospheric pressure and dominant winds. • Weather Forecasts Client can obtain the weather situation at any time by listening to the maritime weather forecasts. Weather updates are given hourly during severe weather. What To Expect Onboard: The light and airy Sunsail 404 combines the virtues of the much loved Sunsail 444 and 384. Neither too big nor too small, this versatile catamaran has all the mod-cons to put it at the very forefront of the fleet. An open-plan saloon and sliding doors allow easy access via the saloon to bow and stern. The four private, spacious and cool double cabins share two larger heads and shower spaces between them. The cabins offer plenty of storage space and adequate head room for comfortable living. On deck, the helm position provides good visibility and control. Electric winches make for easy sail trimming, while a relatively large sail area combines with a forgiving low aspect rig to balance power and stability. Wonderfully accommodating on a Caribbean mooring buoy and a easy to squeeze in stern-to in the Med, this robust cruiser is a pleasure to charter the world over. • Convertible Saloon: Yes, this yacht has a convertible saloon which is included as a double berth in the maximum capacity. • Forepeaks: This yacht has two forepeaks accessible through the forward cabins. They are not separated from the forward cabins, are very small and are only suitable for a small child or extra storage. They are not recommended as berths for your charter and are not included in the maximum capacity of your yacht. • Skipper/Cook: A hired Skipper/Cook will need to use an interior cabin. • Air Conditioning: This yacht has generator-powered A/C Specification • Length Overall: 11.99m/39ft 4in • Waterline Length: 11.62m/38ft 1in • Mast Height: 19.45m/63ft 10in • Beam: 6.72m/22ft 1in • Draft: 1.25m/4ft 1in • Displacement: 9340kg/20591lb • Fuel Capacity: 360L/95gal • Water Capacity: 780L/206gal • Sail Area: 96sqm/1032sqft • Engine: 2 x Yanmar 3YM30C 29HP diesel engines with sail drives • Cabins: 4 • Heads: 2 • Shower: 2 • Capacity: 8+2 • Berth: 8 Saloon/Interior • Laminate finish with solid wood trims • Wear resistant simulated wood flooring • Saloon table converts to a double berth with cushions • LED overhead lighting • Ventilation through forward facing portlights and watertight door • Stowage space under settee cushions • Forward doorway access to foredeck • Access to aft cockpit through sliding door/window • Chart table seat faces forward with upholstered ottoman • L-shaped settee seating plus upholstered ottoman • Forward access to foredeck complete with watertight saloon access door Galley • Corian® galley worktop surfaces • Single lever mixer faucet with pull-out sprayer • Single bowl stainless steel sink • Dish and cutlery drying recess with drainage and cover • Vitrifrigo 2-drawer fridge/freezer 56USgal / 212L 12v • 3-burner gas hob & oven • Gas solenoid shut-off valve with control at switch panel & warning light at cooker • Separate garbage bin locker • Stowage space in shelf lockers • Stowage space under floorboards • Pot drawer under oven • 4 x Drawers alongside oven • Outboard galley shelf with provision for microwave Cabins x 4 • Laminate finish with solid wood trims • Wear resistant laminate flooring • Double berths: Forward bunks (56in / 1.42m x 84in / 2.15m) • Double berths: Aft bunks (59in / 1.50m x 80in / 2.05m) • Hanging locker with lower shelf • LED overhead lighting and reading lamps • Overhead roller blinds for privacy in combination with roller bug screens • Large open shelves • Stowage drawers under bunk • Large hull window incorporating portlight and pleated blind • Double USB sockets • Berths in bows to accommodate children complete with foam mattresses and access from forward cabins Head Compartment x 2 • Washbasin with basin mixer and Corian® worktop • Under-basin locker with toilet roll holder • Vanity locker with mirror • Double towel rail and ring • Sliding head door with coat hook • Dedicated trash can locker • Shower compartment complete with lever mixer and adjustable shower rose • Shower sump with automatic drainage system Safety Gear • 45lb (20 kg) Delta anchor with 150ft (50m) of chain • 35lb (15 kg) Britany anchor with 26ft (8m) of chain and 200ft (61m) warp • Anchor bridle, shackles and hook • 6 x Fenders • 4 x Mooring lines 18mm (70"") x 10m (32'10"") • 2 x Spring lines 18mm (70"") x 15m (49'2"") • 8 x Life jackets • Safety harnesses • Bell • Flare Kit • Binoculars • Navigation tools: Parallel rule, compass, dividers Cruising Gear • Plates, cups, saucers, glasses for eight (8) • Bed linens for eight (8) • Flatware for eight (8) • Pots, pans, miscellaneous food prep tools • Cooking and serving utensils • Coffee pot, tea kettle, toaster • Snorkeling gear for eight (8) • Towels and washcloths for eight (8) Age of Your Yacht • Premier Plus Yachts: When you charter a Premier Plus Yacht you can be sure of a boat with fewer than 12 months’ service behind it. These brand new yachts offer the optimum in comfort and performance, with the highest standard in technology, equipment and amenities. • Premier Yachts: With a maximum of three years’ service under their belts, our Premier Yachts offer a high standard of comfort and performance alongside the latest technology and equipment. • Classic Yachts: Our Classic Yachts are usually no more than eight years old, meticulously maintained and well equipped to provide you with great value and an excellent sailing experience. Additional Services: Extras • Insurance (Yacht Damage Waiver for catamaran): From $305 • Hire a Cook: $1,365 ($195 per day) • Hire a Skipper: $1,603 ($229 per day) • Allow 1 extra cabin for crew Provisioning Services (Food & Drink for your boat) This destination offers the convenience of Provisioning Service! Let us take all the hassle out of provisioning your yacht with the highest quality beverages, fresh foods, and non-food items. Order complete packages when booking. • Black & Stormy" Cocktail: $30.00 • Island Girl" Cocktail: $27.75 • Flor de Cana Fizz" Cocktail: $22.00 • Charter Starter Kit (serves 2/3): $105.00 • Charter Starter Kit (serves 4/5): $115.00 • Charter Starter Kit (serves 6/7): $125.00 • Charter Starter Kit (serves 8): $135.00 • BVI Farm Box - Small (Local organic food): $40.00 • BVI Farm Box - Medium (Local organic food): $60.00 • BVI Farm Box - Large (Local organic food): $80.00 • BVI Farm Box - XLarge (Local organic food): $100.00 • Sunriser (serves 4): $36.00 • Sundowner (serves 4): $52.00 If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is optional.
You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
Capacity
10 guests
Sailing
Cruising Catamaran
PC

Owner:Paula

Features & Details

Length
39ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Air Conditioning
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bimini
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Licensing Required
  • Outboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Dinghy
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Cruising Ground Information Marinas In general, there are many outlets offering a range of services in the BVI cruising area. Major items and fuel are normally available only from the larger outlets, harbors and marinas, such as: Soper's Hole, Nanny Cay, Road Town, Hodges Creek, Leverick Bay and Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour. Other outlets that provide water, ice and a wide variety of provisions can be found at Cane Garden Bay, Trellis Bay, Penn's Landing, Jost Van Dyke and other locations throughout the islands. Note: Moorings yachts at the Tortola Base are provided with navigation charts for the British Virgin Islands cruising area only. Marinas - Tortola • Nanny Cay Resort and Marina • Penn's Landing • Soper's Hole Marina Marinas - Virgin Gorda • Leverick Bay Resort • Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour • Yacht Club Costa Smeralda & Marina Sailing Area Restrictions The National Parks Trust protects a number of reefs and areas. When cruising the waters of BVI, clients will be required to buy a Parks permit to enable him to pick up the day mooring balls. A National Park Fee is charged in advance. An additional fee charged by The National Parks Trust in the BVI applies to guests who visit the Baths. Guests entering by sea (via dinghy) or by land pay $3.00 each per adult and $2.00 each per child. This is in addition to the National Park Permit purchased by Crewed Yachts or by Bareboat guests. Some of the areas protected are: Prickly Pear, West Dog, Spring Bay, The Baths Devils Bay, Fallen Jerusalem, The Caves, The Indians and the Wreck of the Rhone. Health & Safety Travel Insurance We offers 'Charter Care' which is a comprehensive travel insurance scheme for your complete peace of mind. If you have your own travel insurance, please make sure that it covers all of the destinations and activities of your vacation. Vaccination and Immunization Information Information on shots and immunizations can be found at bviwelcome. The BVIs are generally risk-free of contagious disease. At time of publication, an International Vaccination Certificate is not mandatory.

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