November to June
British Virgin Islands
Time spent aboard Segundo Viento is quintessential luxury cruising. Appropriately, an advanced or fixed itinerary is counterintuitive. Instead we ensure your successful Caribbean holiday slightly differently. But first thing is first…
Getting here: We know how much you need this experience. We know you want to be on holiday as soon as possible. For that reason, a flight into Beef Island Airport, Tortola, is the first choice. Your Captain, Lee Adams, will meet you personally. A taxi will sort out all your luggage while we make introductions and take a 3 min leg stretch down to the harbour… and that’s it! Kick your shoes off, let us fix you a drink and let’s get away from everyone and everything! (We are flexible, of course, as there are other arrival destinations, airports, ports, ferries, etc so please drop us a mail and we will solve it with you.)
The map below indicates a hit list of highlights to be experienced in the British Virgin Islands in ‘Winter’. They are all available to you and through our correspondence, we will have a good idea already about your charter and itinerary. The wind direction, currents and water quality will add some natural spontaneity to it all and help remind us that sometimes we should ‘just let the wind take you!’
To help identify your needs and our next anchorage we categorise days for you in lieu of a set itinerary.
Isolated beaches, solo anchorage, SPA day onboard (we arrange a Spa Therapist from a nearby Luxury Resort), lots of quiet and relaxation.
Kiting, adventure hikes, trail runs, cliff jumping, Standup paddleboarding, etc. It’s all available to you.
Classic Carib Days
Legendary Beach Bars, Live Music, Insta-moments, get the t-shirt and cocktails… lots of cocktails!
Ocean Bliss Days
Wreck diving, free-diving, reef snorkelling, underwater photography, or just swimming in the National Parks and also don’t forget the thrill of sailing. Segundo Viento is built to cross oceans. And quickly. Ask the Captain to hoist sails and pick an island far away…