Cooper Island/Peter Island → Marina Cay/Trellis Bay (3.2 NM)

This could be one of your busiest days on the British Virgin Islands with so many great sights to see. Whatever options you select - don't miss out on the Baths - Think about a pleasant walk up to the restaurant "Top of the Baths" for a great lunch and a dip in the pool.

Snorkel the Rhone. If you are anchored at Little Harbour, British Virgin Islands, it's a short passage over to Pelican island and the Indians for a morning snorkel. From Cooper Island, nip across to Salt Island and snorkel over the amazing wreck of the RMS Rhone.

The Baths. Sail on up the channel to Virgin Gorda and the Baths. Explore and snorkel before sailing across the channel to Marina Cay or Trellis Bay for the evening.

Marina Cay. The tiny popular island protected by a crescent-shaped reef. There is a Pusser's restaurant and ship's store ashore and evening happy hour at the top of the hill.

Trellis Bay and the Last Resort. The community of Trellis Bay offers an interesting and fun combination of restaurants, water sports, entertainment, local artists and local crafts. And now organic fruits and vegetables are cultivated by Aragorn from his Good Moon Farm on the fertile north side of Tortola.

The Last Resort. On Bellamy Cay, a tiny tropical island in the centre of Trellis Bay, the Last Resort is an absolute must on a cruise around the BVI. The Last Resort has had several donkeys although the last, Mary had past-on last we were there.

British Virgin Islands Sailing Itinerary

Locals Choice. With so much to choose from, it's hard to know what to squeeze in 7 days in these wonderful islands. To assist us, we used the help and guidance of our partners, together with the experience of our team, in the islands to bring you our highlights.

Our British Virgin Islands Sailing Itinerary will ensure that you will discover secluded coves, impossibly beautiful snorkeling spots, and superbly gorgeous islands virtually untouched by humans.