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Join in Trips

Do not wish to rent a boat for the day yourself or pay for a private charter then this is the option for you.  A great day out and a fabulous way to meet new friends while on Island.

Our Join in rates are $165 per person and include Boat, Qualified Captain Services, Fuel, BVI Cruising Permits, snorkel equipment and cooler filled with iced beverages,  water, soda and beers.  The price does not include any food or drinks at any of the restaurants or any gratuities.


Please note that we require a minimum of 6 to facilitate these trips and our max on board is 8 guests.  Departing from Leverick Bay.  Pick up at  Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour, available for Island Magic and Lazy Days only.

Here are some of our itineraries that we do, dates change weekly so please feel free to contact us and ask about our popular join ins.





Island Magic

Island Magic to Norman Island  our most popular trip.  First stop is at Cooper Island, snorkeling at Cistern Rock, which is teeming with fish,  then to Cooper Island as they have an awesome coffee shop with home made pastries and gelato.  Afterwards, we head down to snorkel the Indians possibly the best snorkeling to be found in the BVI, then on for a bite of lunch at the infamous Willy T's at Norman Island.  After lunch we snorkel at the Caves made famous by Robert Louis Stevenson's book 'Treasure Island' , next snorkel is weather/time dependent so either the Wreck of the Rhone or Great Harbour Peter Island whichever is calmer.  From there we shoreline the Baths then head back to Leverick Bay.

Lazy Days

Lazy Days to Jost Van Dyke, two snorkel stops first on the way to Jost Van Dyke at Monkey Point, Guana Island where we normally spot some large tarpon.  A stop the famous Foxy's at Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, then  onwards to the amazing White Bay for a "swim in" to sample the Painkillers at the Soggy Dollar Bar and we suggest lunch at Hendo's Hideout.  On the way back we stop for our second snorkel at Diamond Reef, Marina Cay another fabulous spot that has an abundance of fish life.


Anegada is known for miles of white sand beaches and the 18-mile long Horseshoe Reef, the largest barrier coral reef in the Caribbean, and the fourth largest on earth.  Anegada is the only inhabited British Virgin Island formed from coral and limestone,rather than being of volcanic origin. While the other islands are mountainous, Anegada is flat and low. Its highest point is only about 28 feet above sea level, earning it its name, which is the Spanish term for the flooded land, "tierra anegada".   If you love lobster this is what you have been waiting for. We take you to Anegada Reef hotels dock and then from there it is a taxi ride over to Big Bamboo at Loblolly Bay, on the way we can stop and see the flamingos, spot a donkey or one of the many Texas long horn cattle and some wonderful Iguanas on the way.  You will  have plenty of time to snorkel and explore some of horseshoe reef,  swing in one of the hammocks under the sea grape trees or stroll along a perfect white untouched sandy beach... the choice is yours.

Millionaire Playground

Millionaire Playground.   Pick up at Leverick and head over to snorkel at The Dog Islands.  Then we head down to the famous Baths as it looks completely different from the waters side,  and then up to Mountain Point  to snorkel the Wreck of the Kodiak Queen and see the giant sculpture of the "Kracken" ( damaged unfortunately in Irma).  Hear about the Kodiak Queens history then have a lovely relaxing lunch at Oil Nut Bay Resort.  After lunch, we head off to spot some turtles and on the way back do a snorkel at the cannon on Eustatia Reef,  passing by the Private Islands of Eustatia ( Larry Page Google) and Necker Island

(Sir Richard Branson Virgin) and a stop at Honeymoon beach ( weather Permitting) at Moskito Island before heading back to Leverick Bay.


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