Tour the British Virgin Islands with ASA
April 4th - 11th, 2020
Tortola, Cooper's Island, Jost Van Dyke and more…
Get the entire family ready for some spring break fun in the sun. Spring Break 2020 is your opportunity to take a family sailing vacation aboard a three-masted sailing mega yacht in the British Virgin Islands.
As ASA has been chartering Arabella the past few months we have been asked numerous times about a family-friendly cruise. Well, Spring Break 2020 is your time for a family trip aboard a three-masted sailing mega yacht in the British Virgin Islands. Get the entire family ready for some spring break fun in the sun.
Spring Break and the Kids in The British Virgin Islands
- Take the kids out on a small sailboat right from the Arabella
- Grab a Kayak and explore the endless beaches in the British Virgin Islands
- Snorkel the calm waters of the Baths.
- Explore the hiking trails and spot the wildlife at Sage Mountain National Park on Tortola
- Have a family picnic and beach day on Sandy Cay off Jost Van Dyke.
What better way to experience the British Virgin Islands than from the deck of Arabella. Spend Spring Break on the beach in the Caribbean on a 7 day sailing excursions in the BVI. The British Virgin Islands are the best cruising grounds in the world. Your week of sailing will take you from one great anchorage to another. You will start from the main island of Tortola and then visit Virgin Gorda, Cooper Island, Jost Van Dyke and Norman Island.
Arabella is one of the most beautiful sailing yachts in the world. She epitomizes classic elegance and graceful style and has been an icon along the East Coast in summer and in the Caribbean in winter. Arabella is also US Coast Guard certified, one of the few mega yachts with this designation in our country.
“Arabella” is a 156 foot mega yacht featuring three masts with staysail schooner rigging. She has 20 staterooms with all the modern luxuries you’d expect on a mega yacht – all rooms have their own shower, heads, and individual climate control. “Arabella” has teak decks, a Jacuzzi, cushioned sun deck, as well as a covered aft veranda. Her main salon is spacious enough for all her guests to enjoy fine dining and features a beautiful varnished mahogany bar.
Breakfast is served each day of the cruise unless otherwise noted. Some lunches are provided and some dinners will be scheduled on board. These notifications will be made clear when you receive an itinerary.
There is a bar on board and each guest will run a tab that will be settled upon departure. If you have special requests or specific alcohol preferences arrangements can be made to ensure you stay hydrated. Water and soft drinks are included in price.
Bath towels can be found in your cabin but you will need beach towels.
Onboard activities will include water sports. Kayaks, small boat sailing, and snorkeling will be readily available.
While onshore a tender is on standby to whisk you back to the Arabella on demand. Said tender runs nightly until 2 AM unless otherwise changed by the captain.