Ocean Charters: U.S. & British Virgin Islands (January - March) Bahamas & U.S. Keys (April - September)

Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four main

islands of the British Virgin Islands, the northern

portion of the archipelago of the Virgin Islands,

located in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea.

Jost Van Dyke lies about 8 km to the northwest of

Tortola and 8 km to the north of Saint John. Little

Jost Van Dyke lies off its eastern end.


Jost Van Dyke

Scrub Island Resort Offers:

Two Pools with swim up bar

Dive Shop/Private Dive Charters

Tierra! Tierra Outdoor Restaurant

Caravela Indoor Restaurant and Bar


Two sand beaches



Scrub Island

This Baths at Virgin Gorda one of the Virgin Islands’ most unique natural wonders. At the top of every adventurer’s sight seeing list! Swim and explore this National Park’s spectacular light-filled grottoes, naturally carved from a series of small

pools lying beneath a canopy of giant granite boulders.


Virgin Gorda - Leverick Bay

Soper’s Hole Wharf & Marina has been voted the

#1 marina in the British Virgin Islands. So come

journey to the most picturesque and friendly

marina whether by land or by sea. There is a little

something for everyone here whether it be

shopping, dining, water sports rentals, provisioning,or just kicking back to enjoy your surroundings with one of Pusser’s famous painkillers.


Sopers Hole

Norman Island, home of Pirates Bight Bar, Restaurant, and Gift Shop, is perhaps most famous for being the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel, Treasure Island. However, Norman Island also has a rich documented history of acting as a hiding spot for Pirate booty. Norman Island is an island located at the southern tip of the British Virgin Islands archipelago.


Norman Island

Peter Island is the largest private island in the BVI

and the fifth largest of the 60 islands, quays, and

exposed reefs that comprise the BVI.

The island is predominately undeveloped but

contains hiking and biking trails on which to

discover the tropical flora and fauna indigenous

to Peter Island. The beaches face the Atlantic

Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the Sir Francis

Drake Channel.


Peter Island


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