Our Bravo Programs are located in
the BVI and offer extensive Sailing and a variety of daily activities
and optional courses. The easy Sailing conditions provide the perfect
setting for learning Sailing and enjoying water sports, snorkeling, and
All Bravo Programs offer American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, US
Sailing /ASA Basic Keelboat Certification, or Marine Biology/Community
Service. Although we do not offer any scuba diving certifications here,
beginners interested in diving can try it with our Discover Scuba Diving
Bravo Sample Itinerary
The itinerary below focuses on the recreational side of the experience.
Remember, much of every day is devoted to instruction, leadership, teamwork,
personal growth, and our Challenge Series, which presents unexpected
obstacles for each crew to face as a group. Please note that in order to
ensure the best experience for all, the itinerary must remain flexible and
may change before or during the program.
» Hodges Creek, Tortola : Day 1
acquainted with our beautiful home base; meet your Captain, Mate, and
everyone on your program. If you arrive in the afternoon, you'll have a
chance to see and feel those crystal-clear waters.
» The Bight, Norman Island : Day 2
We'll go through some preparations and lessons at the dock, followed by
your first sail and a pleasant night at anchor under the Caribbean sky.
» The Caves/Cane Garden Bay, Tortola : Day 3
Look forward to a great snorkel through caves that were the inspiration for
Robert Lewis Stephenson's Treasure Island followed by a sail around the
southwest tip of Tortola. A challenging sail precedes beach activities,
windsurfing, and mixer games plus a night out with great local music.
» Sopers Hole, Tortola : Day 4
This is your first docking-a major event for the crew. Enjoy shore side
facilities and shops full of real Caribbean flavor. A relaxing evening
together on the dock will finish off the day.
» Sandy Cay/Little Harbor, Jost Van Dyke : Day 5
Explore the ultimate small deserted Caribbean island.
» Monkey Point, Guana Island : Day 6
an amazing sail along the north side of Tortola, arrive at the beautiful
Monkey Point where you can hike, snorkel, and watch the sunset over the
» Marina Cay : Day 7
After a day of some exploratory Sailing, arrive at the beautiful Marina
Cay, a tiny island dotted with bungalows and the famous Pusser's restaurant.
» Nanny Cay : Day 8
A sail through the Sir Francis Drake Channel ends at the docks and is
followed by good shopping, great volleyball and a picturesque seaside pool.
» Mountain Point, Virgin Gorda : Day 9
A challenging sail tests your navigation skills. Then, anchor next to
spectacular rocks and prepare for some excellent snorkeling. Perhaps you
will host one of the other crews as you eat dinner in the seclusion of this
» Vixen Point, Prickly Pear : Day 10
Water-skiing, windsurfing, kayaking, small boat Sailing and racing, and
volleyball guarantees a fun day. A BBQ and dancing rounds out the evening.
» Anegada : Day 11
Few people have the chance to go to this unique island. The surrounding
reef makes accurate piloting and navigation critical. An interesting taxi
ride delivers you to one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, and a sit
down dinner on shore completes the day.
» The Dogs/Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda : Day 12
some of the best snorkeling in the entire Caribbean on your way back up to
the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. If you get there early enough, you can
snorkel over a shallow wreck!
» Village Cay, Tortola : Day 13
We dock in the nation's capital where you can spend time shopping and
exploring Road Town. We also offer a hike to the highest point in the BVI!
Almost every day the whole fleet is onshore to explore and
Reggae band dancing
DJ & BBQ
Olympics (inter-boat relays)
» Little Harbor, Peter Island : Day 14
A relaxing sail over to Little Harbor is followed by anchoring in a perfect
spot for dinner parties and stargazing.
» Manchioneel Bay, Cooper Island : Day 15
Sea Turtles are often seen by afternoon snorkelers in this bay. After
dinner, we may go ashore to the Cooper Island Beach Club for a relaxed
evening. Coming up-Caribbean Challenge Day!
» Trellis Bay, Tortola : Day 16
Enjoy time on the beach at the artists' village of Trellis Bay. This is a
great place to buy nice arts and crafts souveniers.
» Bitter End Yacht Club, Virgin Gorda : Day 17
Get ready for an exciting race in Gorda sound up to The Bitter End, a
five-star Caribbean resort. Spend the afternoon shopping, Sailing or just
swinging in a shady hammock.
» Pond Bay, Virgin Gorda : Day 18
endless stretch of beach is the sight of our adaptation of "The
Olympics" a little friendly competition between boats.
» The Baths/Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor, Virgin Gorda : Day 19
A pleasant marina gives you a last chance for good shopping. An evening at "The
Mine Shaft" offers a beautiful view, great food, and a breezy deck for
» Hodges Creek, Tortola : Day 20
Celebrate your last sail together by showing each other all that you have
learned and accomplished. Then, look forward to awards night with skits and
surprises full of fun and memories with your friends.