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Special Events Cruise with a Cause 2007 | Virgin Island Bareboat Sailing Charter


Virgin Island Bareboat Sailing Charter


8 or 9 Days  53 ft Modern Sailboat

up to 10 guests


Includes  breakfast &  lunch daily & 4 dinners on board

Soft drinks & water

Onshore activities



Evangelizing &

Outreach opportunities


Double beds convert to 2 single beds




Boat Features…

Furling Headsail
In Mast Furling Main
Electric Windlass
Electric Winches
ST Winches
Cockpit Light
Cockpit Table
VHF Radio
Boat Phone
5 Zone Air Conditioning
Speed, Depth & Wind Indicator
GPS & Chart Plotter
AM/FM Radio
CD Player
Cockpit Speakers
Cabin Fans
Hot & Cold Water
12 V Fridge & Freezer
Oven & Stove
11' Dinghy & 15 Hp Motor




Tortola/Marina Cay/Trellis Bay

Norman Island

Peter Island

Salt Island/Cooper Island

Virgin Gorda

Jost Van Dyke




Here is typical itinerary on where we go and what to expect….



DAY 1 (arrival)

Our adventure starts from Roadtown, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. We arrive on the island and board the 5 cabin, 5 bath/shower 53' sailboat in the afternoon.  We'll stow our gear, load our provisions, and get the boat prepared for sailing. As evening approaches, we will meet at dinner, thank the Lord, and pray for our safe and fulfilling sailing adventure. As we get to know each other, we will discuss and refine the upcoming sailing itinerary.



Up bright and early for prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. We'll take care of any last minute items, check the charts, and prepare to set sail for Norman Island (about 12 miles 2-3 hour sail).  Once out of the harbor, we'll raise all the sails, turn off the diesel, and experience a piece of heaven. Take in the beautiful blue Caribbean and island landscape. See a dolphin or two along the way. We will drop anchor in this scenic harbor, which is known for its caves, snorkeling and exploring. We'll hop in our outboard powered Dinghy and check things out. There is also a restaurant on shore. Dinner, conversation, prayer...then Good Night.


NOTE...*Jesus calls us to "spread the Gospel", and be a "light unto the world". As Christians traveling together, we should always be ready, to share a tract, or witness to other non believers. What better place than this. There will be many other friendly people traveling to these same islands that will be wondering what we're all about and would want to know more about us. We will certainly use the opportunity to share the "Salvation" and "Good News" of Jesus Christ.



Rise and shine, prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. More snorkeling and exploring, then we'll pull anchor and head to either Peter Island, or Cooper Island. Both have restaurants, with Peter Island more upscale, and Cooper laid back.  There is a dive wreck "the Rhone" about midway between the islands that we can stop if we have some divers. Both islands offer to satisfy the explorer in you. Time to kick back, rest, read, swim, whatever, then dinner, conversation, maybe some singing for the brave, prayer...then Good Night.



Up bright and early for prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. We’ll want to pull anchor early for our 15 mile trip to the "Baths" in Virgin Gorda. This is a beautiful granite rock formation and scenic beach, for swimming, snorkeling, and exploring. We'll anchor for the day, have lunch on the beach, and later on pull into Spanish Town/Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor for overnight. They have "land" showers (use as much water as you like) stores, and a small town. Dinner, maybe a walk, see what’s happening on the island, prayer, and then Good Night.


NOTE...*Jesus calls us to "be generous to our poor brothers and sisters" and "kind to the needy". If we see people who are in need (food, money, help, or needs someone to talk with) we should be prepared to jump in and consider our neighbor more. Although there are many people that travel these islands, some of those living here are poor. As Christians we should always be prepared to help. If we have an opportunity to organize any outreach during our travel we will as a group.



Rise and shine, prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. Do any last minute shopping at the docks, than set sail for North Sound, on the tip of Virgin Gorda. A beautiful anchorage with swimming, snorkeling, an excellent beach, and you can rent jet skis. Today we'll do a lunch barbecue on the boat, and shuttle back and forth from the beach on the Dinghy. It offers some excellent restaurants on the water here. Dinner, walking, relaxing, prayer and Good Night.



Up bright and early for prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. We’ll want to get an early start for our 22 mile trip to Anegada (about 4 hours). Anegada is an atoll type island, like some you would find in the South Pacific. We will have lunch while sailing, and expect to drop anchor sometime in the afternoon. Anegada is known for their Caribbean lobster, so we’ll probable dine on the island, and explore its sights, then prayer and maybe an early Good Night.



Rise and shine, prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. We’ll pull anchor mid morning and set sail for either Marina Cay, Trellis Bay, Cane Garden Bay, or Guana Island on Tortola (about 4-6 hour sail, depending on wind direction). All these spots are beautiful anchorages, with great swimming & snorkeling, and have beach restaurants available. Expect to see more people around since we are around the main island of Tortola.  We’ll have dinner, some night activities, prayer then Good Night.




Rise and shine, prayer, scripture reading, coffee and breakfast. Today we will either go on to Jost Van Dyke, a short trip north, stay another night, and return to Roadtown the following day to disembark, or go directly to Roadtown to disembark today. It will depend on what dates we sail.


NOTE...* wherever we are on Sunday, we will seek out a local church for worship & praise.



God willing, it would truly be a glorious, memorable, fulfilling week.


Sailing Dates:


November 29-December 8 2007

February 21-March 1 2008

April 24-May 3 2008


Pricing depends on time of year (season), and total # of people. The range to expect 8 to 10 days is:


$700 to $950 per person ($100 to $150 per Day)

 *Does NOT include airfare to Tortola

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