Harris and Brown

Itinerary

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FRIDAY, JULY 28
Arrive at Cyril E. King Airport in St. Thomas USVI (STT).
SailFETE taxi service will take you to the Road Town Ferry and your yacht at the Mooring Yacht Charter Company in Tortola.
7:00PM Meet and Greet Reception at Mariner Inn located on the Marina.


SATURDAY, JULY 29
8:00AM Depart for Cooper Island
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Begins
Road Town to Cooper Island
is just a short sail across the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Enjoy Salt Island along the way, where you can swim and snorkel before heading to Cooper Island to pick up a mooring for the night in Manchioneel Bay. You can take the dinghy ashore to enjoy the beach or relax aboard and admire views of the islands to the west.
8:00PM You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


SUNDAY, JULY 30
8:00AM Depart Cooper Island for Virgin Gorda
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Resumes
At the beautiful west end of Virgin Gorda
is The Baths, a fascinating jumble of boulders, some of which form interesting caves to explore. This is a must-see highlight. You can also anchor at The Dogs, a cluster of small islands off Virgin Gorda’s north shore where the snorkeling is spectacular. If you’re seeking a taste of the local culture, the North Sound, provides a plethora of marinas, resorts, restaurants, and scenic anchorages.
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Weigh-In --
5:00PM Happy Hour at Leverick Bay Link to external website.
8:00PM You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


MONDAY, JULY 31
8:00AM Depart Virgin Gorda for Anegada -- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Resumes
Anegada has a unique beauty
all its own. Palms and pines seemingly rise from the sea as you approach the western end of the island. This sparsely populated island is known for its superior snorkeling, scuba diving opportunities, and its miles of pristine beaches. In the center of the island are a series of salt ponds, beautiful and teeming with birds including a flock of pink Caribbean flamingos.
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Weigh-In --
5:00PM Happy Hour at Anegada Reef Hotel and Neptune’s Treasure.
8:00PM You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


TUESDAY, AUGUST 1
8:00AM Depart Anegada for Marina Cay -- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Resumes
Marina Cay is nestled among three larger islands – Great Camanoe, Scrub, and Beef. Worthy of a painting by one of the great artists of history, Marina Cay’s beauty is breathtaking. Nearby Trellis Bay is also beautiful. It has a number of shops and restaurants.
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Weigh-In --
8:00PM You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2
8:00AM Depart Marina Cay for Cane Garden Bay
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Resumes

In a few shorts legs, we can sail northward
around Scrub and Great Camanoe islands into the open waters caressing the northern shore of Tortola, passing the long tip of Guana Island, where we can anchor at White Bay. Beyond, the land runs straight and bold, and then curves south until you arrive at picturesque Cane Garden Bay. Many residents of Tortola consider the bay one of the prettiest on the island, with its crescent-shaped beach of fine white sand juxtaposed against a lush backdrop of swaying palms. A number of fun nightspots are located right on the beach, or close to it, and dancing, dining, and enjoying great island cuisine are all popular pursuits.
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Weigh-In --
8:00PM You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


THURSDAY, AUGUST 3
8:00AM Depart Cane Garden Bay for Great Harbour
Along the way let's enjoy the scenic island of Jost Van Dyke and nearby Sandy Cay for some snorkeling and a tasty lunch. With peaks averaging 1,000 feet in elevation from the shore of Great Harbour, let's drop anchor at Foxy’s, one of the most famous restaurants in the Caribbean.
-- SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament Weigh-In --
8:00PM Tonight let's party at Foxy's Link to external website. You can go ashore for dinner at one of the restaurants or eat on board your yacht tonight.


FRIDAY, AUGUST 4
8:00AM Depart Great Harbour to Tortola and turn in our yachts.
12:00PM SailFETE taxi service will take you to the Red Hook Ferry and The Ritz-Carlton, St. ThomasLink to external website.
3:00PM Check into The Ritz-Carlton, St. Thomas USVI.
10:00PM Meet for a mixer to recap the days sailing the BVI at Zake's located on the resort. Purse of the SailFETE Amateur Fishing Tournament will be awarded to winner.


SATURDAY, AUGUST 5
Rent a jeep or take a taxi tour of St. Thomas. After the tour, explore and shop the duty free stores.
5:00PM SailFETE's Infamous White Linen Party at The Ritz-Carlton's Grand Ballroom which is located on the resort. Dance with the local steel pan band.
8:00PM No host dinner at Bleuwater Link to external website located on the resort.


SUNDAY, AUGUST 6
Depart for home.
SailFETE taxi service will take you to the Cyril E. King Airport in St. Thomas.


See you next year!!!