"The British Virgin Islands are among the world’s best locations for sailing and cruising."

Home to 'Nature’s Little Secrets', the British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, along with over fifty other smaller islands and cays, with only 15 of the islands inhabited. 

 The BVI Islands

The BVI Islands

When on your sailing course with us, you will visit some cool reggae filled marinas on these beautiful islands,  you may have time for a cocktail at the famous Soggy Dollar bar,  or maybe meet Foxy himself, both on Jost van Dyke. You can snorkel around The Indians, situated just off Norman Island, you may even have time to swim ashore to walk through the beautiful Baths at Virgin Gorda. All the islands have their own charm and history and will make any course you do a unique experience. 

The island of Tortola is the undisputed sailing capital of the BVI. Here the boating community comes together to plan their next adventures, talk about previous seas, and enjoy the many pleasures the islands have to offer. It has many different sides, from the hustle and bustle of Road Town, to the peace and tranquillity of Sage Mountain national park and the beautiful tropical beaches like Cane Garden Bay and Smuggler's Cove.

Soper's Hole Marina, in the West End of Tortola, is where our classroom and boats are based. It retains it's quaint charm while being a centre of activity. This beautiful picturesque marina has a supermarket, bars and shops, a great place to pick up souvenirs. There is a ferry terminal, situated in West End, just on the opposite size of the marina, meaning easy arrival from St Thomas, US VI (For the latest ferry timetables click here).