I want to book this cruise

"*" indicates required fields

MM slash DD slash YYYY

Tortola Dream


From 1 273€

Save -5%

From 1 273€

Save -5%

Duration : 8 days / 7 nights

The archipelago of the British Virgin Islands (BVI), discovered by Christopher Columbus, is composed of 4 main islands: Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke with an additional around forty small islets.


The cruise will make you discover the wonders of the British Virgin Islands. Tortola’s dense rainforest is home to a wide variety of animals such as lizards, monkeys, hawks and hummingbirds, while mahogany, mango and coconut trees dominate the vegetation. In the crystal clear waters of the archipelago, an abundance of marine life revolves around the coral reefs, where one can observe a multitude of fish. The breathtaking white sand beaches are also a must on this cruise.


Located near Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, the British Virgin Islands archipelago is a territory of the United Kingdom, between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Only 16 of its 50 islands are inhabited. The capital, Road Town, is located on the island of Tortola. Once inhabited by pirates, these islands were colonized by the Spanish, Dutch and English. Today, these wonderful islands are full of natural treasures to discover.


Famous for its white sandy beaches and idyllic climate, the BVI was also home to the famous Blackbeard. Discover the history and landscapes of these islands in complete serenity.


DAY 1 : Saturday - Marina de Scrub Island
Departure is scheduled for 6 p.m. from Scrub Island Marina, followed by dinner on board and an overnight stay in the marina.
DAY 2 : Sunday - White Bay - Great Harbor
After breakfast, you will sail from Scrub Island Marina to White Bay (12 NM / 2 hours) for lunch and explore the famous Soggy Dollar Bar. In the late afternoon, you'll head to Great Harbour (3 NM / 30 minutes) for dinner and cocktails at Foxy's Tamarind.
DAY 3 : Monday - Sandy Cay - Norman Island - Benures Bay
After breakfast at Great Harbour, you'll set sail for Sandy Cay (3 MN / 30 min) where you can explore the ocean floor, enjoy the beach and participate in watersports before lunch. Great Harbour is a national park donated to the BVI by the Rockefeller family, so feel free to ask the crew to take you ashore for a nice walk around the island. In the afternoon, you will head for Norman Island (12 MN / 2h) to discover the sea caves of Treasure Point. Then, head to Benures Bay (3 MN / 30 min) to spend a quiet evening under the stars and enjoy water activities such as paddle boarding. This place is ideal to relax and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding nature.
DAY 4 : Tuesday - Benures Bay - The Indians - Deadmans - Peter Island
After breakfast, you will leave Benures Bay and head to The Indians (2 MN / 30min), where you can snorkel in crystal clear waters. After the dive, head to Deadmans Bay (6 MN / 1 hr.) on Peter Island for a good lunch, some water activities and to enjoy the beach. In the late afternoon, head to Peter Island Great Harbour to watch the festivities on the Willy T and have dinner or spend the evening on Cooper Island.
DAY 5 : Wednesday - Virgin Gorda - Les Baths
After breakfast, you will set sail for the Baths Marine Park (10 MN / 2h) for lunch. Here you can snorkel in one of the most beautiful spots in the BVI or walk on Devil Bay beach through a maze of giant rocks. In the afternoon, you'll sail to North Gorda Sound (10 MN / 2h) and anchor between Prickly Pear and Eustatia for a snorkelling session, followed by a quiet evening. This is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the underwater beauty of the area.
DAY 6 : Thursday - Anageda
Start the day by setting sail early to Anegada Setting Point (15 MN / 3h). There, you will have the possibility to rent jeeps to explore this island with its unique landscapes. Dinner will be an opportunity to taste the famous Anegada lobster, a local speciality not to be missed (paying options on site). Throughout your trip, you'll be amazed by Sunken Island's beautiful scenery: flamingos, salt ponds and breathtaking white sand beaches. Enjoy it to the fullest!
DAY 7 : Friday - Guana Island - White Bay - Marina Cay
The next morning, you will sail from Anegada to Monkey Point (20 km / 4 hours) on Guana Island, where you will have lunch and do some snorkelling. Monkey Point is known to be one of the best snorkelling spots on the island, with many turtles and a school of fish very close to the shore. Then, you will spend the afternoon on the beautiful beach of White Bay, by paddle or kayak, before sailing to Marina Cay (5 MN / 1 hr) shortly before sunset. You can spend a pleasant evening at Marina Cay.
DAY 8 : Saturday - Scrub Island
In the morning, you will return to Scrub Island Marina (15 minutes) to disembark at 9am.

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)


Dream Yacht Caribbean

Maya Cove / Hodges Creek Marina

East end Tortola / British Virgin Island

Transfers can be arranged by the base upon request to Beef Island Airport (EIS), which is about 3.5 km from the base. The trip takes about 10 minutes.


French or European Union citizens must have a valid passport to travel to the BVI.


The local language spoken is English


The local currency is the US Dollar


December through April, also known as the dry or Lenten season, is considered the most pleasant time to travel to the British Virgin Islands. July through October is the wet or winter season, marked by heavy air and rain. May, June and November are also good months to visit the islands.

Please note that August and September are considered cyclone seasons, but the exact dates are not fixed.

The time difference between the British Virgin Islands and Paris is 5 hours in winter (when it is 12:00 in Paris, it is 7:00 in the BVI) and 6 hours in summer.


Only people from areas where yellow fever is present should be vaccinated against it.


220 volts in the French part

110 volts in the Dutch part

220 volts on board our boats (no need for adapters)