New BVI Flotilla for Seafarer

Seafarer has announced a new BVI flotilla for the winter running between January and April from Tortola.  The new programme is being run in association with Dream Yachts who have a long standing presence in the area with a fleet of 34-52 foot mono-hulls as well as an excellent choice of catamarans. This will be a smaller flotilla run by an experienced Seafarer lad yacht crew, with the added feature that guests can also book an en suite cabin on the lead yacht if they would rather take a back seat and relax on their Caribbean flotilla holiday.

New FlotillaNew Flotilla (image from seafarersailing.co.uk)

Explore the natural beauty of the British Virgin Islands, the home of Caribbean flotillas and discover countless beautiful coves and white sandy beaches. Sailing in a flotilla is probably the best way of exploring these pristine islands in company comparing sailing logs and having a drink over the day’s events.  Only the British would christen islands with names such as ‘Norman’, ‘Peter’, ‘Copper’ and ‘The Dogs’ all included in our island hopping itinerary. Not to forget the larger islands like ‘Jost Van Dyke’ and ‘Virgin Gorda’ all featured on our all-encompassing itineraries.

7 and 14 night itineraries are on offer with embarkation every Saturday between January 6th and April 13th. Outside this period, for those seeking a Caribbean yacht charter, skippered, bareboat, long term charter and assisted bareboat packages are on offer with the option of adding flights and transfers which have the advantage of full ATOL protection when booked through Seafarer.

Prices start at £475pp. based on 4  sharing a 2 cabin Oceanis 34 for a week and includes, yacht charter, welcome grocery pack, welcome punch party, the services of the Seafarer lead crew and  local transfers. Our fleet includes boats include the smaller Oceanis 34 with 2 cabins up to the Harmony 52 with 5 cabins and 5 heads.

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