Day 1: Overnight at Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina BVI and get to know your boat. You can relax and grab a bite to eat at the resort bar and use the resort facilities.
Day 2: Get in a great day of sailing to Peter Island to snorkel the Indians' underwater paradise. You can find anchorages at Deadman's Bay, Whelk Bay, White Bay, Key Bay and Great Harbour.BR>
Day 3: Enjoy another BVI top snorkeling spot at the caves, Privateer Bay, Norman Island. Dine at Pirates Bight restaurant or The Club and use mooring balls at Kelly's Cove and Soldier Bay. It's nice and peaceful at Benures Bay.
Day 4: You need to visit White Bay, Jost Van Dyke, home to the famous Soggy Dollar Bar, where you can swim up to the beach and relax with a famous Painkiller cocktail. Try Foxy's, a famous BVI bar, or Corsairs beach bar at Great Harbour too.
Day 5: Head over to Monkey Point, Guana Island, to find vibrant marine life that is perfect for snorkeling.
Day 6: Make your way to the Dog Islands and snorkel at the Coral Gardens to find healthy coral. There's plenty of fish off the coast of Great Dog, where the red mooring balls are still intact. At George Dog, snorkel on the south-west side and visit Kitchen Point beach.
Day 7:Explore Virgin Gorda in the morning with its large boulders and water caves known as The Baths. Eat at the Top of the Baths restaurant, continue through to Devil's Bay beach and spend in the night in Gorda Sound. You can dine at the Leverick Bay Resort and Marina in "North Sound".
Day 8:Spend the day exploring Gorda Sound and sail around Prickly Pear Island to Eustatia Sound, which has beautiful anchorages.
Day 9: Sail to the low-lying coral island of Anegada to see flamingos, salt ponds and white sandy beaches. Try the native lobster and rum smoothies at the Reef Hotel or conch at Big Bamboo, Loblolly Bay. In November, you can join in the fun of the famous two-day lobster festival.
Day 10:Head to Cooper Island and Cistern Point for snorkelling or Hallovers Bay.
Day 11: Head to the Rhone Marine Park to snorkel over the steamer wreck RMS Rhone that sank in 1867. It's a popular diving spot in the BVIs.
Day 12: Sail to Sandy Cay National Park and then sail onwards to moor at Diamond Cay, Little Jost van Dyke, before heading to Sandy Spit.
Day 13: Head back to base for your final night via Soper's Hole, where you can grab lunch at Pusser's Landing or enjoy a coffee with free Wi-Fi at Omar's Cafe.
Day 14: Back to Scrub Island Resort, Spa & Marina, to disembark.