We now have a new Caribbean dining menu!

If you are looking for some fresh, Caribbean flavor look no further. A recent guest of ours who visited the British Virgin Islands commented that they were blown away by the quality of the food that one of our chefs prepared in such a small galley and said the service was first class. If you have ever been on a sailing vacation or on a yacht at all, you will be interested to see how well the small space of the galley is used! Our chefs are highly qualified to prepare the most amazing meals in confined spaces! To top it off, the meals are fantastic. One menu item that remains a popular favorite and the most requested is the traditional rotie. A rotie is a simple dish with Caribbean flair as it is paired with a delicious chutney. It’s definitely a must try!

We are always wanting to keep our menu fresh and updated as all of our food is supplied locally and always fresh. Take a look at the 2015/2016 menu. The best thing about our menu is ...(continued)

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If you have a sailing vacation booked and need help packing. We got you covered. Packing your bags for a week aboard a catamaran is very different than packing for a week long stay at a resort. Why, you ask? Because with us, you don’t need much! That’s why we have provided you with tips on packing smart and concisely. Check out our Pinterest page as you are looking for ways to save space as well as neat tips that will help you keep your belongings organized! Check it out by clicking  the Pinterest logo!



Sailing Away to Anegada

If you are looking at getting away to the islands, Anegada is just one of the few stops you will enjoy on a Festiva Sailing Vacation.  Anegada is the only coral island in the Virgin Islands’ volcanic chain. It’s nicknamed the “Drowned Land,” because of its mostly flat and low physical characteristics unlike its neighboring islands.  It also houses coral reefs on the outskirts of the island, including the Eastern Caribbean’s third largest continuous reef, Horseshoe Reef which stretches 39 miles long.

Pam, a recent British Virgin Islands guest said, “ They took excellent care of us, made sure each of us had the experience we wanted, whether it was sailing to Anegada, snorkeling The Indians, hanging out at the Soggy Dollar and Ivan’s or enjoying fabulous meals.”

Just to name a few of the highlights you will enjoy on your stop to Anegada;  visit a beautiful beach perfect for relaxing under the shade of a coconut tree, soaking up the Caribbean rays or snorkeling the reefs. You may also enjoy the natural beauty of clear springs bubbling from ...(continued)

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