Let our experienced crew and trip destination coordinators help organize a smooth flawless agenda with bay hopping, gorgeous sunrises, the healing shades of Caribbean colors, and stunning sungazing sunsets to make your group experience the healing retreat of a lifetime. We've hosted several groups and they all agree this is one of the most memorable ways to getaway from it all and dive into true self-care time.
Each trip is customized to your group size and the expert navigation of your captain based on weather and currents.
See below for examples of past trips. Please note, each trip varies in terms of order of visited bays, activities. Please not pricing is not set standard from examples below. Pricing varies based on each groups needs.
Planning a retreat can seem stressful and even intimidating at times. We can help alleviate some of the stress and mess that comes with planning a retreat from start to finish. There are many tiny decisions to make and tasks that need to be completed along the way. We can help coordinate the logistics of your group so that you can be be present along with your clients. Most important piece we can help you with is to provide all inclusive lodging at sea.
Double Occupancy of Cabin with Queen Size Bed and private bath: $2250 per person Double Occupancy of Cabin with 2 Bunk Beds: $2250 per person Single Occupancy of Cabin with Queen Size Bed and private bath: $4500 per person
7 nights accommodations onboard a spacious and luxurious 52 foot Catamaran Sailboat. Licensed, Experience Captain, Daily Yoga and Meditation Classes taught by a highly trained and experienced leader in the industry. Snorkeling and Equipment. Shared use of Paddle Board. Healthy, Fresh breakfast and lunch prepared daily onboard and customized to suit your needs and preference. Unlimited Sunshine and Relaxation.
Day 1 (Friday): We will begin our Adventure by meeting Captain Don at Marsh Harbor, where he will be waiting with the boat stocked and ready for our arrival. From there, we will sail to Man-O-War Cay. Man-O-War Cay is a conservative and “dry island.” You will be able to find just a few restaurants, four little churches, a grocery, one hardware store, a boat yard, and some narrow lanes. This town in the middle of nowhere is so tiny that it will take less than an hour to explore. The people are quiet and reserved but very friendly and polite. There are several beautiful beaches where you can spend the day, sit back and relax. You’ll find endless opportunities for kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving and sunning
Day 2 (Saturday): We will travel to Great Guana Cay. If kicking back and relaxing with no schedule is your wish, than Great Guana is the right place for it! The reef strewn ocean beaches that line its 5.5 miles of coast are reputedly the most beautiful in all the Abacos. The white sand beach is bathed in waters of every shade of blue, aqua marine and turquoise. We will make a stop at the Fowl Cay Marine Park for snorkelling in the clear blue water to see beautiful Barracuda swimming among coral reefs. And just at the Northern of Great Guana, we’ll have the opportunity to visit a fantastic beach surrounded by a tree-lined cove where you can enjoy watching the most beautiful topography of the island.
Day 3 (Sunday): We’ll make our way to Green Turtle Cay, the most northern and populace cay in the Abacos. For vacationers, it has plenty to do and explore, whether it is to do a picnic on the beach, dive with wild dolphins, swimming with turtles, or feed the swimming pigs. History enthusiasts will enjoy the Albert Lowe Museum. Once used as a fisherman’s home, today it has became a famous place on the Abacos where you’ll discover a fascinating history, each post on the wall which will add to your journey.
Day 4 (Monday): We’ll head to the beautiful Treasure Cay, The beach here was voted one of the region’s top 10 beaches in a reader poll by Caribbean Travel & Life. There are no pictures that can prepare a visitor for the awesome sight of this beach; its size, its white powdery sand and those beautiful blue waters. All that and there are no crowds; there’s plenty of room to create your own private oasis. We’ll make a stop for snorkeling in the clear blue water among all kinds of bonefish at Manjack Cay, a perfect place to relax, swim, fish and …enjoy.
Day 5 (Tuesday): We’ll set sail for Hope Town, the main settlement on Elbow Cay and home to the famous candy striped lighthouse a favorite photo subject now, but quite controversial when it was under construction back in 1863 because up until then, the island’s residents had been making a comfortable living by salvaging ships that wrecked on the offshore reefs. Hope Town is a quaint village, home to wonderful people, great food, beautiful beaches, breathtaking sunsets, and of course, world-class sailing, snorkeling, diving, and fishing.
Day 6 (Wednesday): We’ll visit Little Harbor. Sailing to the North of Little Harbor will bring us to the Pelican Cays Land and Sea Park at Sandy Cay. Please… take your underwater camera with you because if you don’t, you might regret it! This is one if not, the best place in the world for snorkeling.You’ll have the chance to explore Turtles, beautiful fishes of all kinds, fantastic coral reefs, undersea caves, Spotted Eagle Rays, and red arrows. Even if you decide to come back year after year, you will never get bored here! It’s always great to have a good dinner after a long snorkeling tour. Pete’s Tavern will be the best option to enjoy excellent services, tasty food, refreshing drinks, and fabulous ambiance.
Day 7 (Thursday): We’ll spend our final day back at Elbow Cay where we can anchor at Tahiti beach to swim in the clear blue water, find some sea shells, and explore small sea life.
Double Occupancy of Cabin with Queen Size Bed and private bath: $2250
Single Occupancy of Cabin with Queen Size Bed and private bath: $4500
7 nights accommodations onboard a spacious and luxurious 50 foot Sailboat Licensed, Experience Captain Daily Yoga and Meditation Classes taught by a highly trained an experienced leader in the industry. Snorkeling and Equipment Shared use of Paddle Board Healthy, Fresh breakfast and lunch prepared daily on board and customized to suit your needs and preference. Pick up and Drop off at West End, Tortola. You’ll have a chance to visit at least 7 different and beautifully distinct islands on your tour through paradise without having to lift a finger, hoist a sail or think about anything more than sunscreen and relaxation.
Day 1 (Friday): We will begin our Adventure by meeting Captain Don at West End, Tortola where he will be waiting with the boat stocked and ready for our arrival. From there, we will sail to Norman Island, known as “Treasure Island,” where pirates are rumored to have hidden their booty. Here we will discover a wealth beyond imagination on hikes above the beautiful sea and discover the real treasure inside through yoga and meditation on the beach.
Day 2 (Saturday): We will travel to the exquisite and exclusive Peter Island. Here you’ll have the option to visit one of the best spas in the world, located at the peak of the island, overlooking a deserted beach with rolling white caps and hovering pelicans. Indulge in a massage or simply lounge on Dead Man’s Beach after yoga. We’ll end the day with a sumptuous dinner ashore under the stars.
Day 3 (Sunday): We’ll make our way to Cooper Island, a hidden gem with incredible snorkeling and a lovely, quiet anchorage. We can explore the shoreline here, dive or snorkel one of the several sunken ships nearby and have dinner at the intimate Cooper Island Beach club.
Day 4 (Monday): We’ll head to the incredible Virgin Gorda where we can greet the sun with salutations in the third largest island in the BVI. We will bond with nature and discover the island’s natural beauty as we wander indigenous, plant-lined trails. To cool off, we can swim in the waters of one of the island’s 4 secret bays and end the day snorkeling at the world-famous Baths, a bay studded with amazing rock formations and teeming with colorful fish.
Day 5 (Tuesday): Depending on the weather, we’ll either earn our sea legs with a long sail to Anegada or take a leisurely trop over to Marina Cay. Each one offers a unique and delightful experience. The long passage to Anegada provides an opportunity to truly commune with open waters and wind. Known for it’s seclusion and fresh, delicious lobster, it’s well worth the trip! And the flower covered island of Marina Cay delights the senses and allows you to snorkel with colorful fish and other sea creatures before satisfying your appetite for fresh cuisine at the renowned Pussers Restaurant ashore.
Day 6 (Wednesday): We’ll choose either Guana Island or the legendary Jost Van Dyke. Guana is one of the few remaining privately owned islands in this part of the world, and with white sandy beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills and valleys, it’s a nature lovers dream. On the other hand, Jost is referred to as “barefoot island,” and is reknowned world-wide as the capital of casual. With choices like these, you’ll arrive at a whole new level of relaxation as we start to get towards the end of our journey.
Day 7 (Thursday): We’ll spend our final day at Cane Garden Bay in Tortola, a favorite of sailors, and water sports enthusiasts of all sorts. If there is anything you’ve been wishing for and haven’t found on our journey up until now, you can find it here, from special last minute souvenirs to live music. We’re sure to drift off to sleep with the lullaby of gentle steel drums mixed in to the waves.
Day 8 (Friday): We’ll have a short final sail back to West End where you can catch a Ferry towards St. Thomas…OR, maybe you’ll decide to stay and embrace the island life for good!