The moment you step onboard, you’ll receive ‘first class’ treatment and comfort. The Captain and crew take special interest in making this luxury yacht yours for the day! As a starter, a continental breakfast of muffins and juices is served!
1st Stop - Virgin Gorda (while the guests are transported to The Baths by taxi, the captain clears the vessel and all guests through B.V.I. Customs)
2nd Stop - The World Famous “Baths” (after a guided tour from the fun and friendly crew, explore and enjoy a refreshing swim)
3rd Stop - Snorkel at Diamond Reef, where the story is told of a 10-carat diamond ring that is yet to be found. (You might get lucky!)
4th Stop - Lunch at the Fabulous “Pusser’s Restaurant” on Marina Cay
5th Stop - The Famous “Soggy Dollar Bar” on White Bay, Jost Van Dyke, where they have no docks, so their motto is, “Jump in and get your dollars soggy, and spend them at the Soggy Dollar Bar.”
Next we start our journey back to the U.S. Virgin Islands, where you are served a tasty shrimp cocktail and the drink of your choice.
The trip includes:
Fresh Fruit (after snorkeling)
PREMIUM OPEN BAR!
After boarding this luxurious 65’ Sloop, we set sail to the National Park in St. John for the first snorkel stop. A Continental breakfast of a variety of muffins is served as we sail over, along with various juices.
1st Stop - The National Park, it offers amazingly clear and UNCROWDED waters, hundreds of colorful fish and spectacular reefs. This spot presents great opportunities to see angelfish and sergeant majors, as well as the splendid elkhorn and fan coral. Snorkel equipment and instructions are provided for FREE! Here you also get a chance to see the famous barracuda 'Barry'.
After snorkeling, the chef will present you with a Hot Italian Gourmet Lunch accompanied by tropical blended drinks. New Horizons also provides an OPEN PREMIUM BAR! For non-meat lovers, a vegetarian menu is available. After lunch, we hoist anchor and make our way to the second stop.
2nd Stop - An uninhabited island (something like Gilligan’s Island). Another chance to snorkel the Coral Reef.
Then, it's a leisurely downwind sail back to the dock by 4:00pm.