Spanish Virgin Islands

Explore a remote archipelago of 23 islands and cays in the Caribbean

This Caribbean archipelago has many bird sanctuaries, nature reserves, and marine reserves that offer the perfect place to experience the abundant wildlife and marine life in this area. With this area off limits and untouched for decades while under US military control it now is home to pristine marine habitat including vibrant soft coral and abundant marine life. Every day that we drop anchor in another protected bay you can jump off the boat and find yourself surrounded by stingrays, sea turtles, and a multitude of other fish. Explore uninhabited islands and observe the wild horses, climb a palm tree, and enjoy the refreshing milk from a coconut you picked and cut open yourself. You can also experience the amazing phenomena of the bio-luminescence bay where oceanic plankton lights up the water at night. You will quickly find that this is the Robinson Crusoe or Jacques Cousteau adventure of your dreams. 


Trip Highlights

explore uninhabited islands

snorkel and dive with abundant marine life

learn to sail in the warm waters of the Caribbean


The Sailboat

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Cost

8 Day Trip: $2,850 per person

*Airfare not included.

*Price is based on a group of four. If you have a larger or smaller group please contact us for an accurate quote as there are many boat sizes to choose from. 

Essential Information

Whats Included: 41 foot sailboat, licensed captain/cook, all meals while on boat, transport between the airport and marina, and snorkel gear.

Flights will be coordinated to arrive at the St. Thomas airport where we will take you to the marina to board the yacht. You have the day to settle into the sailboat and explore the islands of St. Thomas and pick up any last minute provisions. We will then spend the next seven days sailing around the islands of Culebra and Vieques and the many cays that surround them. 


Past Trips

   Spanish Virgin Islands 2014

Spanish Virgin Islands 2014