The Yacht Week

Caribbean, BVI Route

Sailing in the tropics

Whether it's a New Year bash or Spring sailing you're looking for, this tropical route is ideal for sailors that want to kick off their shoes, help the community get back on their feet and give island life a go. Sail the tropics, search for hawksbill turtles, listen to the local's stories and swim to sunken ships off the shores of sprawling white-sand beaches.

Whats included

checkSail for 7 days, sleeping aboard a yacht

checkAccess to TYW signature events, like Beach Chic at Coco Maya

checkExplore 6 islands; Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda & more

checkProfessional Skipper you can trust to make a stress free sail

checkDance at Soggy Dollar Beach Bar & famous Willy T's

checkBeach-side yoga, run clubs, beach volleyball & more included

Caribbean highlights

Flamingo lookout

The Baths

Party of the Decade

Beach Chic at Coco Maya

Shoreside yoga

Caribbean Tropical Retro

Scrub Island

The island of Anegada

Spanish Town sunsets

Soggy Dollar beach bar

Sample a pirate's poison

Meet local legends

Key facts

Currency US DollarCurrencyUS Dollar

TYW route since 2009TYW route since2009

Peak Season Temperature 30°C (86°F)Peak Season Temperature30°C (86°F)

Hello Hello/Waa gwaanHelloHello/Waa gwaan

Local dish Callaloo soupLocal dishCallaloo soup

Famous for Naming islands after Dutch piratesNaming islands after Dutch pirates

Bottle of beer $4 Bottle of beer$4


"The only holiday I want at least once a year!"

Nathalie St Leger


"Unforgettable life changing experience! Made great friends and made me fall more in love with travel."

Jenn R


"I think about The Yacht Week literally every day of my life."

Tabatha Cash

Additional costs

These are estimates based on a 10 person monohull. Please note, port fees and fuel may double if you book a catamaran.

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Only 10% deposit

Guarantee the week of your life without splashing all the cash at once.


How it works

Read our How it Works page to help you and your crew plan the trip of a lifetime and find out everything you need to know.

Getting there

We set sail from Scrub Island and Road Town Marinas. Tortola Airport (EIS) is a 20 minute taxi journey away from each marina. Find out more about getting to your marina here.


What will the itinerary look like in the Caribbean?
The exact routes are set a few weeks before the event starts. As soon as the routes are set, you will be able to view it on your booking.
What marinas will the yachts depart from in the Caribbean?
All yachts in the British Virgin Islands will depart from Hodges Creek Marina. It is located just outside Road Town.
When do I have to arrive on the first date and when does the yacht return back on the last day?
We recommend getting to the marina by 3pm. Then you will have time to register with us, do the check-in with the yachting company and the food shopping before you get your yacht. The yachts will stay in the marina on the first night and set sail on Sunday morning. You will get back to the marina on Saturday morning and have to check out and leave the yacht by 9am (please note that you might not receive your cash deposit until 11am), so don't book any flights until late Saturday afternoon or evening.
34 days until bookings open!