Best Revenge 5
Charter Rates (US$) Weekly: $23,000 - $26,000*
The sailing Capital of the Caribbean. Fly into Beef Island Airport, Tortola where one of our staff will meet you for the scenic coastal drive to our base at the Nanny Cay Marina.
Best Revenge 5 awaits you at our base in Nanny Cay Marina. You will be greeted upon arrival by your crew and welcomed aboard with a refreshing cocktail. After being shown to your cabin and introduced to your new home, take a little time to get settled in. Enjoy dinner aboard and while your yacht remains in harbor for the evening, you can taxi into Tortola's capital, Roadtown, or over to West End to sample some Pussers rum, the most famous drink in the Caribbean.
Cruising Day 1:
After a scrumptious breakfast, a short sail takes you to the Indians for a delightful snorkel or scuba dive. Following a lunch stop at Peter Island, it is time to head up the Sir Francis Drake Channel to Salt Island. Here you can dive or snorkel the Wreck of the Rhone, famous for its part in the movie, 'The Deep', and acclaimed as the best wreck dive in the Caribbean. Dinner will be served on board at Peter Island.
Cruising Day 2:
The most recognized place in the BVI's is The Baths, a unique formation of large boulders, littering the beach along the southern tip of Virgin Gorda. You can choose to explore the many caverns and grottos either by foot or by snorkel. In the afternoon we will sail to The North Sound, the BVI's favorite playground. The protected waters lend themselves to every water sport imaginable, windsurfing, water-skiing, kayaking or simply a game of volleyball on the beach.
Cruising Day 3:
After breakfast, we will venture out into Eustatia Sound, where the Atlantic meets the Caribbean. The water is crystal clear and teaming with tropical fish and reef life just waiting for you to explore. Rendezvous at the Bitter End for a smooth rum punch and relax to the sounds of the Caribbean steel drum band. Lunch is served on onboard with a beach barbecue for dinner.
Cruising Day 4:
Following breakfast, partake in an adventurous sail to Anegada, a flat coral atoll completely surrounded by reef. Many ships have been lost off the reef, providing an underwater paradise for scuba divers and snorkellers alike. Anegada is surrounded by a mile of the most glorious beaches and renowned for the best-grilled lobster in the Caribbean. Lunch will be served on board and guests usually take dinner ashore at one of the restaurants along the beaches.
Cruising Day 5:
Sail to Marina Cay, with its brightly colored villas and tropical flowers, undoubtedly the most spectacular cay in the BVI's. The diving at Diamond Reef is some of the best to be found anywhere. Spend a relaxing day around the cay or lazing around the boat.
Cruising Day 6:
Haul up the spinnaker and sail for Jost Van Dyke, the beach bar capital of the islands. We will drop the anchor at Sandy Cay for lunch and kayak ashore to explore the island. Don't forget to enjoy a frozen drink at Foxy's. After lunch we set sail back to Tortola towards Nanny Cay. As it is the last evening guests dine ashore at one of the many restaurants in Tortola, with a recommendation to try Quito's, with a great local band every evening.
After breakfast aboard, it is time to pack up all your belongings and memories. Your crew will arrange transport back to the airport before exchanging fond farewells.
Canouan is quite literally the gateway to the Grenadines, and the Grenadines are regarded by most as the 'Jewels of the Caribbean'. No Cruise ships or even Taxis, the only transportation is reserved for private yachts like ours. The first afternoon and evening you will enjoy the facilities and dine ashore at the Tamarind Bay Resort.
Cruising Day 1 & 2:
Over a full breakfast, the guests and crew have a tough decision to make - Do we spend the first night in Mustique or head straight down to the Grenadines! A decision that unfortunately will depend on the sea conditions, as sailing North to Mustique can be quite rough. In the opposite direction and just over a one hour sail is paradise - the Tobago Cays.
Here will be sailing on very calm seas in clear blue waters the color of your swimming pool. Very often pods of dolphin will come alongside and play in our wake. Snorkeling and Diving on the shallow live coral reefs with their vast diversity of marine life is an experience second to none. Depending on which route we take, we will spend two days and one night in the midst of these strikingly beautiful atolls.
Cruising Day 3:
Early afternoon cruise to Union Island where we will go alongside the dock for the night. As the island name suggests, this is the crossroads for Yachts cruising the Grenadines with quite a bustling local marina community. After cocktails and dinner on board we walk over to the bar at the Bougainvillea restaurant for more cocktails and entertainment.
Cruising Day 4:
Palm Island, an exclusive private island resort is a short hop across the channel. We will stop here for a walk around this beautiful palm fringed island and a swim in the turquoise waters before sailing on to Mopion, a tiny spit of white sand in the middle of nowhere. We sail on to another favorite spot, the private island resort of Petit Saint Vincent. Dinner on board in the very calm anchorage and then another shore excursion for those that want to test their karaoke.
Cruising Day 5:
Today takes you to the primitive fishing bay of Chatham on the uninhabited west side of Union Island. Snorkeling amongst the Pelicans diving to catch their prey is an unforgettable experience. Towering cliffs that plunge into the sea either side of a long white beach make this the perfect spot to take a cooler to the beach and wonder if this is what Paradise looks like.
Cruising Day 6:
Mayreau Island lies on the South Western extreme of the Tobago Cays. Here, tucked away, on its western side is a unique slender spit of land dividing the rugged windward side from the calms of the leeward. On the Leeward side is a stunningly gorgeous long white beach with a stone beach bar, you are now in Salt Whistle Bay. Venture over the top of the island to visit the little fishing village with its old Chapel and school. After lunch, your Captain and Hostess will prepare a floating bar with exotic cocktails. Sip and swim! Afternoon departure back to Canouan and dinner ashore at The Tamarind Yacht Club.
Day 7, Departure Day:
After breakfast, sadly your adventure comes to an end, but not for long. You will already have made plans for your next venture!