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Tailored Destinations
Spanish Virgin Islands (also known as the “Passage Islands” of Culebra)

From our base in Puerto Rico, you can visit Culebra, Culebrita, Luis Pena and Vieques the larger of the Spanish Virgins. These islands are pristine and unspoiled with spacious deserted white sandy beaches, clear turquoise blue water, and healthy reefs teeming with fish, coral and crustaceans. There are hills to climb and explore, nearby empty anchorages and the natural charm of the BVI thirty years ago.

U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI)

Did you know that St. Thomas and St. John are part of the United States? Each island has its unique offering from secluded cays to calm waters perfect for snorkeling, kayaking and paddle boarding. Virgin Islands National Park covers 60% of St Johns

British Virgin Islands (BVI)

Only 40 miles east of the US Virgin Islands is one of the most popular sailing destinations in the world, the BVI’s. The BVI’s consist of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, as well as some other favorites such as Norman, Peter, Salt and Cooper Island. Once you visit the BVI’s you will want to pack up everything and move there. The islands are almost all within view of each other and offer many special spots known by your captain. Where else can you swim in warm waters, climb on and under natural rock formations, snorkel in caves and drink the best “Painkillers” (the local libation in the BVI) on earth? The beaches are white sand, the palm trees are abundant with coconuts and the people always have smiles on their faces.

While sailing, you may see dolphins tagging along or sea turtles swimming on the surface and even the occasional flying fish breaching the surface of the turquoise waters. Imagine days filled with gentle ocean breezes, clear waters, white sand beaches, fresh seafood and cold tropical drinks at waterside restaurants.

Treat yourself to the trip of a lifetime by chartering a private yacht through Sweet Dreams Boat Charters. We look forward to sailing with you soon.

Average high temperatures in the Virgin Islands are between 83 and 93 degrees.