**Your flight must arrive in STT before 5pm on the 19th and depart from STT after 4pm on the 26th**
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Join IVY Adventures on our second year sailing the stunning British Virgin Islands.
Whether you come for the IVY swag, the adventure, the community, the beaches, or all of the above,make IVY yours.
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**Subject to small changes in locations and activities
Saturday, October 19th:
Fly into St. Thomas, USVI (STT) and meet IVY Sailing group by 5pm at the airport. Take the ferry from Charlotte-Amalie to Road Town, BVI.
5:00pm Meet at St. Thomas airport
6:00pm Check into St. Thomas lodging
8:00pm Welcome Dinner
Sunday, October 20th:
12:00pm Ferry to Tortola
Skipper’s Boat & Charter Briefing at Moorings base, mid-morning departure.
Sail to Norman Island – snorkel at The Indians (beautiful, large reef around small islands) and at the Sea Caves (used by 17th century pirates to hide treasure, some of which was found here over the years). Sail to Peter Island’s Great Harbour for the night, site of the famous “Willy T” Pirate Ship Bar, recently rebuilt after being destroyed (for 2nd time!) by Hurricane Irma. Eat aboard.
Monday, October 21st:
Sail to Virgin Gorda, visit The Baths (huge boulder formations with shallow water you can walk/scramble through). Sail to Leverick Bay, North Sound for night; Off boat BBQ dinner at Hog Heaven high on mountain of Virgin Gorda.
Tuesday, October 22nd:
Sail to Anegada; Optional free van ride to Anegada Beach Club for afternoon. Eat aboard.
Sail to Cane Garden Bay, Tortola (if anchorage tenable; if north swell present, then Trellis Bay). Tour Callwood Rum Distillery, in continuous operation for over 400 years. Eat aboard.
Sail to Jost van Dyke. Visit beautiful White Bay, site of famous Soggy Dollar Bar. Spend night in Great Harbour, unless White Bay is calm. Optional dinner ashore, otherwise eat aboard.
Sail to Salt Spring Island, site of H.M.S. Rhone, fairly intact snorkleable wreck sunk in hurricane of 1867. Sail to Peter Island’s Little Harbour for night. Eat aboard.