The British Virgin Islands

The BVI are a group of islands that, along with the Spanish and U.S. Virgin Islands, make up the Virgin Islands archipelago: the western portion of the Leeward Islands. The Leeward Islands in turn form the northern region of the Lesser Antilles, which mark the Caribbean Sea’s eastern boundary with the Atlantic Ocean. Officially, the BVI are known simply as the Virgin Islands – a fact which the locals are sure to make clear. Known for their natural, unspoiled beauty, their friendly people, and as a perfect spot for a sailing vacation, these are the original Virgin Islands.

Seas ‘n’ Greens’ connection with the BVI goes back decades. We’ve been fortunate enough to sail these beautiful waters for 35 years. Our friendships with local individuals and their fine establishments brings us unparalleled local access and a genuine experience. Whether you’re looking to snorkel, hike, dance, dine, try a local beverage or anything else, we’ll show you the perfect spot. We’ve sailed many of this planets beautiful seas but we’ll always return to the BVI. There’s something special about these islands and you’ll never quite be able to put your finger on it, but you’ll know it when you feel it.


Sample itinerary for a trip to the BVI…

Day 1 – Arrive at The Moorings’ Tortola Base. Spend the night at the docks.

Day 2 – Sail to Marina Cay or Cooper Island.

Day 3 – Sail to the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.

Day 4 – A thrilling reach up to Anegada. Snorkeling at Loblolly Bay and local barbeque with traditional fungi music.

Day 5 – A second day on Anegada highlighted by events and a famous rock lobster dinner!

Day 6 – Sail over the rugged and beautiful north shore of Tortola with a stop for fabulous snorkeling at Monkey Point. Evening party at the world renowned Foxy’s on Jost Van Dyke.

Day 7 – Skillful sailing through Thatch Cut and Drake Channel. Breathtaking snorkeling at the caves of Norman Island.

Day 8 – Sail back to Road Town, returning to the docks and concluding your adventure.