GaySail.com: Location may not be everything but in the British Virgin Islands it’s what makes cruising so pleasurable. With its stretch of islands in the northeastern part of the Caribbean you can expect beautiful blue waters flowing into shaded caves and onto soft-sand beaches. And whether you like to take the helm of one or our catamarans or just relaxing on the sundeck, you will find there is nothing quite like island hopping from the deck of our great luxury catamarans!
We offer a two week GayNudeSail Exclusive Cruise on two luxury air conditioned catamaran, 20 nude gay guys all together!. You can join us one or two weeks and hop on or off halfway after one week of you like to join us just for a week. The first week we have Nude Catamaran and one “Clothes Optional” Catamaran, the second week is all Nude. Both weeks are including the service of a gay skipper and a gay cook/co-skipper, breakfast, lunch, harbor fees, taxes, gasoline and end cleaning. Not included: Dinner, drinks, snacks and mooring fees. All cabins are for two persons, some with double bed, some with split double bed, two singles can sleep here as well.
- Beautiful blue waters flowing onto soft sand beaches
- Snorkeling in turquoise waters surrounded by sea turtles
- Windsurfing and sea kayaking nearby Trellis Bay
- Superb white sand beaches
- Interesting caves to explore
- Hiking at Peter Island
Day 1: Maya Cove, East End Tortola
The captain will welcome you with a welcome drink and show you your cabin. Day off for the guests who booked two weeks. At night we will have dinner in town.
Day 2: Norman Island
The lovely Norman Island and the popular anchorage known as The Bight; home of the Caves and inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island”. The caves at Treasure Point are a fascinating location for snorkeling. The Bight provides a perfect anchorage with a restaurant and floating bar aboard “The Willie T” where we will have dinner reservations.
Day 3: Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke
Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke Island is perhaps most famous as the home of Foxy’s, the legendary BVI hangout named after its revered owner, Foxy Callwood. Foxy’s is a bar and restaurant as well as a venue for live music and general high-jinks. The stresses of life have faded, washed away with the combination of excellent sailing conditions, unparalleled Caribbean beauty, and a variety of pleasures ranging from the laid back to the active.
Day 4: Marina Cay
Marina Cay is nestled among three larger islands – Great Camanoe, Scrub, and Beef. Worthy of a painting by one of the great artists of history, Marina Cay’s beauty is breathtaking. The flower-covered, eight acre island nestles in a sheltered lagoon surrounded on two sides by coral reefs. The shallow waters are always warm and calm, making Marina Cay perfect for a quiet stopover. We will take our yacht nearby Trellis Bay so you can do some windsurfing, sea kayaking and/or go to visit the good open-air market for artisan crafts.
Day 5: Anegada
Anegada is known as The Drowned Island and is quite different to the other islands in the BVI. Anegada has superb white sand beaches. Spectacular snorkeling ,in turquoise waters surrounded by sea turtles, sting rays and lobsters. You might like to take a beach walk or a taxi ride to visit Bones Bight and Cow Wreck beaches and…keep an eye out for pink flamingos! Whilst visiting Anegada on our yacht you might also spot one of the endangered rock iguanas that grow up to five feet long.
Day 6: Virgin Gorda
The second largest island in the British Virgin Islands. You may visit the Baths, a fascinating jumble of boulders, some of which form interesting caves to explore. We will stay overnight at North Sound, where you’ll find a plethora of marinas, resorts, restaurants, and scenic anchorages.
Day 7: Peter Island
Sail across Sir Francis Drake Channel to Peter Island for a relaxing afternoon. You might like to do some hiking or just enjoy the resort and its five star facilities.
Day 8: Maya Cove, East End Tortola
Watch the sunrise over Peter Island and take an early morning swim in the deliciously warm sea. Weigh anchor for the short sail back to the marina in Maya Cove, East End Tortola, so that we can restock the vessel with the freshest ingredients for your scrumptious lunches on board. Time to say goodbye to our new friends.
Departure in 2017
March 4th – March 11th