4 SeaZens

  • Sail through the tropical paradise of the British Virgin Islands on a private catamaran, fully outfitted with a captain and crew who ensure your every need is met
  • Gourmet meals prepared by professional chefs featuring local, seasonal ingredients
  • Luxurious, spacious interior with four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and air conditioning
  • Onboard water sports equipment including kayaks, stand-up paddleboards, floats, and more

Itinerary at a Glance

Day 1
Embarkation and Norman Island

• Set sail from Nanny Cay, heading toward Norman Island for the night, where you can enjoy a beachfront restaurant and sip beverages from a local bar anchored on a boat.

• Enjoy prime snorkeling opportunities or even a scuba diving excursion.

Day 2
Peter Island and Cooper Island

• Sail to Peter Island for lunch and water sports.

• Then onto Cooper Island for the night. Cooper Island is a quaint hideaway with one restaurant, a rum bar, and a resident scuba diving company—the diving here is excellent, with lots of opportunities to see sea turtles and stingrays.

Day 3
Sail up to The Baths at Virgin Gorda

• Sail up to the iconic Baths at Virgin Gorda for an unforgettable trek through towering volcanic rocks and boulders.

• Continue up to Mountain Point for lunch, enjoy water sports in the afternoon, and then head to Gorda Sound for the night.

• Explore Leverick Bay Yacht Club’s upscale boutiques, restaurant, bar, and spa.

Day 4
Sail to Dog Islands for lunch and snorkeling

• Sail to Dog Islands (also known as The Dogs), a small group of islets, for lunch and incredible snorkeling.

• Continue onto Marina Cay for the evening, close to Scrub Island Resort, an upscale private island resort, and Trellis Bay, a lively island known for its beach parties.

Day 5
Rum Distillery Tour

• Visit Monkey Point for crystal-clear morning snorkeling.

• Then, sail to Cane Garden Bay for lunch and a tour of an old rum distillery. Or, sail to Green Cay off Little Jost Van Dyke for lunch, snorkeling, water sports, and premier scuba diving.

• Sail to nearby Great Harbor for the night, where the famous restaurant Foxy’s awaits—which has been serving seafood and strong rum cocktails to sailors and visitors since 1968.

Day 6
Soggy Dollar Bar and Sopers Hole

• Spend a beach day at the famous Soggy Dollar Bar, which claims to have invented the original painkiller cocktail in the 1970s.

• Head to scenic Sopers Hole for the night.

Day 7
Disembark

• Head back toward the dock to disembark.

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