Sailing Retreats on the Splendid CUAN LAW Yacht
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The Magnificent BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are blessed with over one hundred dive sites to suit all standards and offering great variety. With dozens of islands and numerous sheltered anchorages it would take weeks to see it all and so we have no set itinerary. The Captain listens to what everyone has to say and with that input and taking account of prevailing weather and other circumstances, he will taylor the cruise to give everybody the best cruise he can. So the sample below is not locked in stone but will give you an idea.
The British Virgin Islands comprise 60+ islands and keys, with more than 43 of them being uninhabited islands. The islands fall into two types: the majority are steep volcanic islands (including the mainislands, Tortola and Virgin Gorda), and a small number of relatively flat coral islands (such as Anegada and Sandy Spit). In fact, Anegada is referred to as “the drowned island” because its elevation is so low. Many people miss it altogether until they sail close to it. The highest point is Sage Mountain on Tortola.
With a tropical climate tempered by easterly trade winds, relatively low humidity, and little seasonal temperature variation, the weather in the BVI is qite enjoyable. In the low season, there are some storms, although in recent years they have had little consequent damage beyond some flooding.
The islands were first settled by the Dutch in 1648 before being annexed in 1672 by the British. The economy is one of the most stable and prosperous in the Caribbean. The US dollar is the legal currency within the British Virgin Islands. The islands of the BVI are highly dependent on tourism, generating an estimated 45% of the national income, together with the offshore financial industry.
Some insights about experiences on the BVI’s…
Spring Bay Virgin Gorda Island Excursion Sailing on Cuan Law
Island Excursions – Spring Bay, Virgin Gorda, BVI
One of our favorite stops during your BVI sailing vacation is Spring Bay in Virgin Gorda which lies east of the Baths. Giant boulders line the beach where our crew sets up a delicious BBQ lunch of grilled burgers, hot dogs, fish, salads and cooler of mixed drinks, wine and beer.
Its small coves, which provide safe snorkeling are perfect for families with kids. Massive boulders form coves that allow a steady but calm flow of water back and forth.
Marine life is vibrant at Spring Bay since fishing is not permitted. A unique enclosure of boulders forms a natural pool called The Crawl. In the past, this was used by fishermen to hold turtles and fishes alive until they were ready to be used.
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Thank you , Cuan Law wonderful crew!
A dear Thank You note to the wonderful crew on Cuan Law! We have just returned from an amazing week of sailing, diving and fun on board of Cuan Law. Cannot depart without thanking the crew, the wonderful team of Cuan Law for an amazing vacation. Outstanding Captain Jamie kept us safe and provided great dives together with Chris, superior dive master. Great engineer Travis, kept us cool, going and enjoying the beautiful trimaran. Wonderful chef Sue, made us happy every day with wonderful magic food. Emma and Alayna, our angels, provided high class assistance with activities and keeping luxury around us at all times on this great sailing trip. All crew members: Jamie, Chris, Travis, Sue, Alayna, Emma, watched over us to make sure we had all we needed and wanted, and more! They all delivered excellent quality service in an atmosphere of lots of fun, safe diving and loving friendship. We did not want to leave!! Again, Warm thanks from the bottom of our hearts! Lumi Vladutu and Stella Diniz, Tampa Florida
Awesome live aboard vacation!!
Another wonderful review on TripAdvisor, thanks so much for your vacation with us sailing the BVI with Cuan Law.
This was the best vacation ever for someone who loves being on the water. Whether you love SCUBA diving, relaxing in the hammock on the top deck, taking out kayaks and Hobie cats or watching the sunset with a rum punch you can do all of that on this trip. The staff is amazing, the food is wonderful, the dive master takes you to incredible dive sites with ship wrecks and coral reefs like nowhere else. I was completely relaxed and overjoyed on this vacation. Highly recommend it!!
Wow! What a trip!
We love to hear positive reviews about our guests vacation in the BVI on Cuan Law. There is so much to do be it sailing, snorkeling, diving and just relaxing at the beach.
“We chartered the boat for 5 days of diving. There were 20 of us and 7 crew members. The boat is large and spacious. It is beautifully decorated. Our stateroom was larger than the bedroom in my first apartment. And each had a private bath. The food was fabulous. The diving was awesome! The trip to the beach and the Baths was amazing! The crew was the best…ever! The most adorable and hardest working group that you’ll find anywhere. It was sad to get home and not have anyone to wish me “good morning”. I hope that we can go back next year.”
Amazing sailing and diving adventure
We love to hear guest reviews about their sailing vacation on Cuan Law in the BVI. David R. from OxfordMississippi recently commented “Just got back from a week on the Cuan Law. The crew was outstanding, we met 7 crew members on the first day and left with 7 new friends at the end of the trip. The accommodations are first class, the meals are prepared and presented as well as any gourmet restaurant. The whole experience was like being in Utopia. It was an unforgettable experience!” Thanks so much David we look forward to seeing you back in the BVI soon!
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