islands of yachtsmen in the British Virgin Islands. Anchor at the magnificent White Bay, which is sheltered by a barrier reef and lined with a white-sand beach. Swim, kayak, and snorkel in the warm waters or hike the nearby green hills. In the afternoon, sail to Soper’s Hole, and anchor overnight.
pristine white-sand beaches. Explore Sage Mountain National Park and hike through its rain forest. Mount Sage rises to more than 1,700 feet and is the highest point in the British Virgin
Islands. The views of the surrounding islands are superb. Explore quaint Road Town on your own or
enjoy swimming and snorkeling at one of the island’s stunning beaches. In the afternoon, cross to Peter Island, a small island which offers hiking paths and pristine beaches
for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking.
is one of the most beautiful in the British Virgin Islands. The island offers many sites for exploration, including The Baths, a geological curiosity where enormous granite boulders lay
scattered along the beach to form sea-filled grottoes and pools which are perfect for snorkeling and swimming; and Gorda Peak National
Park, a nature preserve where trails lead to the summit and offer spectacular vistas of the surrounding islands.
expression for the archipelago’s small and remote islands. Spend the morning at Cooper Island, which is virtually undeveloped. Drop anchor at sheltered Manchioneel Bay, which features a beautiful palm-lined beach. In the afternoon, call at Norman Island, reputed to be Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island. The Yorktown will anchor at The Caves, an outstanding swimming
and snorkeling area, which features crystal-clear water, colorful corals, and other marine life.
of flora and fauna and historic buildings and sites. Learn about the Taino, the ancient inhabitants of the island.
Charlotte Amalie, the island’s capital. Join an optional excursion to the island's historic landmarks, including the Estate St. Peter Greathouse and Botanical Gardens.