Brooklyn – BVI Cruise 2017
Escape the New York winter in January. Come to the BVIs with ONE15 Brooklyn Sail Club.
Fly down to the BVIs and we’ll do the rest. Skippers costs and accommodations all included. Costs excludes airfare, airport transfers, provisioning, onshore meals and beverages.
Dates: Saturday, January 28th to Saturday, February 4th
We expect to be using 46 foot catamarans. Plenty of space inside and outside. Lots of water and storage space. Boat charter costs only: $1,450 p.p. Budget an additional $350 for other provisioning and costs.
- Tell us you are interested (email@example.com) and which boat/skipper you want to be part of – confirm by making a refundable deposit – we’ll send you an invoice for payment.
- You will need a bunk mate.
- Once we fill the boats, we’ll get final payments and you should confirm your flights to the BVIs. Do not book you flights until we have confirmed our charters.
- Captains will organize a provisioning meeting to order food and beverages.
BOOK NOW – We need to confirm our reservations ASAP.
- Deirdre Reznik
- Dede Tamaro
- Elena Scripps
- Leonard Baldassano
- Leslie Shasha
- Julia Vassalotti
Tim O’Brien (kid friendly boat – please contact him directly)
Anticipated Itinerary – Subject to weather and crew condition and decisions of the Regatta Chairman.
Day 1 – Saturday, February 28th
Arrive in Roadtown, BVI and settle into the boat. Help load up provisions and top up provisions. Relax from your flight at local eateries and drinking.
Day 2 – Sunday, Head to Bitter End Yacht Club.
Meander over to Virgin Gorda. Stop for lunch and snorkeling along the way. This facility is a world class venue for vacations. Lots of things to do on the water and the land.
Day 3 – Monday, Stay at Better End Yacht.
Enjoy the beaches, hike the hills, race the dinghy’s or just sit back and read a book. Opportunities for day trips or just hanging out.
Day 4 – Tuesday, Head to Anegada,
This is an isolated destination untouched by major commercial development. Rent a motor bike and head to the white beaches on the north side of the island. Lobster dinners are the treat of the evening.
Day 5 – Wednesday, Marina Cay
Our evening destination is Marina Cay. Stop for lunch and snorkeling along the way.
Day 6, Thursday, Jost Van Dyke, Foxy’s
Sometime the next day, we head to Foxy’s for another lively evening? “Foxy’s is a legendary place to drink”
Day 7, Friday, Norman Island
Next stop is Willie T’s on Norman Island. Stopping for lunch and snorkeling along the way at .
Day 8 – Saturday
Back to Road Town for morning,