Pacific Wave available for Caribbean Yacht Charter

Escape the Beast from the East on a Caribbean Yacht Charter onboard Pacific Wave

Escape the Beast from the East on a Caribbean Yacht Charter onboard Pacific Wave.

SY Pacific Wave anchored off Norman Island BVI

SY Pacific Wave anchored off Norman Island BVI

Don’t shiver at home plan your escape to the sunny Caribbean today! You can enjoy perfect sailing weather with temperatures around 27c and the beautiful warm crystal clear Caribbean Sea is just waiting for you to dive in.

Snorkeling from Pacific Wave in the Caribbean sea

Snorkeling from Pacific Wave in the Caribbean sea

Pacific Wave is currently available for charter in the British Virgin Islands and throughout the Grenadines.

Visit a white sandy beach find a palm tree and hang out

Chill out beneath a palm tree

On a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter you will sail down the Sir Francis Drake Channel visiting Norman Island, Peter Island, Virgin Gorda, Guana Island and Jost Van Dyke.

Snorkeling from Pacific Wave in the Caribbean sea

Snorkeling from Pacific Wave in the Caribbean sea

On a Grenadines Yacht Charter you will visit Mustique, Bequia, Tobago Cays, Union Island, Mayreau & Petite St Vincent.

Swim from Pacific Wave in the Grenadines

Swim from Pacific Wave in the Grenadines

Sail to a different Caribbean island every day where you can explore ashore, swim from your private yacht, take our 2 rigid kayaks for a spin around a secluded anchorage and enjoy great snorkeling with lots of amazing fish!

Rigid kayaks to explore deserted anchorages from Pacific Wave

Rigid kayaks to explore deserted anchorages from Pacific Wave

On a private yacht charter onboard Pacific Wave you get to dine beneath the stars every night enjoying meals prepared especially for you the way that you like them, by your own private chef.

Explore the islands of the Caribbean on a private yacht charter

Explore the islands of the Caribbean on a private yacht charter

What better way to escape the cold weather at home, fly out to the Caribbean and to relax on a luxury sailing yacht. No prior sailing experience is required you will have professional yacht crew to look after you and the yacht. SY Pacific Wave is run by owner operators Lynn & Mark who know all of the best anchorages throughout the islands and the best spots to visit.

Sailing on a Caribbean Yacht Charter onboardd Pacific Wave

Sailing on a Caribbean Yacht Charter onboard Pacific Wave

Plan your escape today call us on +1 284 542 2244 and we can plan your perfect holiday onboard a boutique hotel afloat! You’ll be amazed at the price for a holiday of a lifetime.

Stunning Caribbean Sunsets every night on a Caribbean Yacht Charter

Stunning Caribbean Sunsets every night on a Caribbean Yacht Charter

Happy Island off Union Island SVG

Grenadines Yacht Charter cruising in style onboard sailing yacht Pacific Wave

To maximize your time cruising around the tiny islands of the Grenadines you can fly into Union Island and commence your Grenadines Yacht Charter from here. This alleviates the long sail from either Grenada or St Lucia, so you get to spend more time exploring the beautiful St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG). Pacific Wave is based in the Grenadines annually and available for luxury yacht charters between the period 1 July – 31 October every year.

Happy Island off Union Island SVG

Happy Island off Union Island SVG

Pacific Wave will be moored in Clifton Harbour in Union Island; this is only a 5 minute taxi ride from the small airport. Island hopper flights are readily available from St Lucia, Grenada or Barbados. After boarding Pacific Wave we will sail around to Chatham Bay for your first evening onboard. Here you can relax, unpack and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. Snorkel straight from Pacific Wave or off the beautiful white sandy crescent shaped beach. Enjoy a sundowner ashore in one of the tiny wooden beach bars and watch the sun set behind Pacific Wave.

Pacific Wave Tobago Cays Grenadines Yacht Charter

Pacific Wave Tobago Cays Grenadines Yacht Charter

After breakfast we will sail to the beautiful Tobago Cays where we will anchor behind Worlds End coral reef. This uninhabited archipelago is part of the Tobago Cays Marine Park. You can usually swim with turtles here and take a stroll along the white sandy beaches on these tiny islands. Enjoy dinner beneath the stars in this truly unique location.

Pacific Wave anchored in Tobago Cays the Grenadines

Pacific Wave anchored in Tobago Cays the Grenadines

Today we will sail to Bequia the understated gem of the SVG Grenadines. Because this tiny island has so much to offer we will spend the following day at this location to give you time to explore. Pacific Wave will anchor off the stunning Princess Margaret Beach where you can take a stroll along the stunning white sandy beach, snorkel directly from the shore, visit the turtle sanctuary or enjoy a sundowner ashore at Jacks Beach Bar or at the newly opened Plantation Hotel whilst watching Pacific Wave at anchor.

Jacks Bar Princess Margaret Beach Bequia

Jacks Bar Princess Margaret Beach Bequia

After breakfast we will set sail for Mustique the island made famous in the 1950’s by pop stars and the English royal family especially Princess Margaret who used to frequent this tiny island. It is now a firm favorite with Prince William and Kate, and Robbie Williams.

Deserted Beach on Mustique

Deserted Beach on Mustique

The next island that we will visit is Petit St Vincent (PSV); this tiny private island is host to a luxury resort. Pacific Wave will moor off its beautiful white sandy shore and you can enjoy swimming directly off the yacht.

PSV Grenadines Yacht Charter

PSV Grenadines Yacht Charter

After lunch we will say to Chatham Bay on Union Island where you can relax on your last evening onboard Pacific Wave.

Pacific Wave Grenadines Yacht Charter Union Island

Pacific Wave Grenadines Yacht Charter

Enjoy a delicious breakfast onboard Pacific Wave and then we will relocate back to Clifton Harbour ready for you to disembark for the airport.
The above is a sample itinerary of a cruise around the Grenadines onboard Pacific Wave. Our cruises are bespoke and can be modified dependent upon which islands you would like to visit on your vacation. Contact us today for more details www.sy-pacificwave.com

Snorkel The Caves Norman Island BVI from Pacific Wave

Presidents Week a great time for a Caribbean Vacation onboard Pacific Wave!

Presidents Week is a great time to escape the cold February weather at home and to sail around the Caribbean onboard SY Pacific Wave. We’re currently available for charter in the beautiful British Virgin Islands and in mid February you can expect temperatures of around 86f with sea temperatures of around 82f and trade winds that are perfect for some great sailing. The islands are looking really green again and Mother Nature has been lending a helping hand to the islands speedy recovery after the summer hurricanes. The bays are empty so if you like deserted anchorage, with great sailing this is the perfect vacation for you. Swimming and snorkeling is fantastic and currently visibility is 50 – 75ft. We have just been snorkeling with a large Spotted Eagle Ray that was circling around Pacific Wave. If you would like to do some Scuba Diving on vacation we can arrange rendezvous dives for you with a small local professional dive shop.

Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

An all-inclusive charter onboard Pacific Wave includes 3 meals per day onboard the yacht and a free Ships Bar, all the running costs of the yacht and also the BVI cruising taxes and permits are all included in the cost of your charter. You’ll be amazed how reasonable our rates are compared to chartering a bareboat with all the additional costs added on. So why do it yourself on a small GRP yacht when you can be sailing around the Caribbean on a beautiful elegant 72ft Italian monohull with owner operators Lynn & Mark! Having been based in the BVI for the past 10 years we know all of the best spots to anchor and great snorkeling sites.

Snorkeling in the BVI from Pacific Wave

Snorkeling in the BVI from Pacific Wave

To wet your appetite as to what you can expect on a typical charter starting from St Thomas. We would meet you at the Cyril E King Airport in St Thomas with a cab; it’s only a short 10 minute drive to Yacht Haven Grande Marina on St Thomas where Pacific Wave would be moored to meet you. After a safety briefing we would set sail to the laid back island of St John where we would moor in Francis Bay. Here you can swim with turtles, take a stroll along the beautiful white sandy beach of either Francis Bay or Maho Bay, unpack and relax prior to dinner beneath the stars.

Pacific Wave moored YHG Marina St Thomas ready to commence on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

Pacific Wave moored YHG Marina St Thomas

Day two we’re heading to the British Virgin Islands first calling at West End on Tortola in the BVI to undertake the Customs and Immigration clearance and then sailing to Norman Island. On Norman Island we have a choice of two fantastic anchorages a quiet anchorage with very few boats or anchoring in The Bight with the famous Pirates Bight restaurant and bar. Norman Island is home to the famous Caves where many years ago a pirates treasure stash was found.

Maho Bay St John USVI

Maho Bay St John USVI

Day three after breakfast and a swim around Pacific Wave we’ll sail to Peter Island and anchor in Great Harbour. This is a good spot to take our Eco-friendly Rigid Kayaks out for a spin around the anchorage and to enjoy an easy snorkel in this protected anchorage.

Great Harbour Peter Island BVI

Great Harbour Peter Island BVI

Day four is a long day sail up to North Sound on Virgin Gorda where we’ll anchor behind Prickly Pear Island. They’ll still be time for a swim when we arrive and a stroll along the beach.

Aerial view of Prickly Pear Island North Sound BVI

Aerial view of Prickly Pear Island North Sound BVI

Day five take a trip on Virgin Gorda, we can arrange everything for you. Visit the famous Baths and climb amongst giant granite boulders, then to the Copper Mine on the south side of the island and stop on the way back to Pacific Wave to take some fantastic panoramic shots of both South Sound and North Sound with the glowing turquoise waters, it’s a sight to behold!

Climb amongst the giant granite boulders at the Baths Virgin Gorda

Climb amongst the giant granite boulders at the Baths Virgin Gorda

Day six we’ll set sail to the private Guana Island. Here you can enjoy a great lunch onboard followed by a snorkel around Monkey Point and a stroll along White Bay Beach, it’s stunning!

White Bay Guana Island BVI

White Bay Guana Island BVI

Day seven we’ll sail to Jost Van Dyke where you can visit the Robinson Crusoe type island called Sandy Cay or if you prefer pay a visit to Foxys Bar in Great Harbour. In the afternoon we’ll sail back to St Thomas to Yacht Haven Grande Marina ready for our customs appointment the following morning.

Sandy Cay Jost Van Dyke BVI

Sandy Cay Jost Van Dyke BVI

Day eight after breakfast everyone has to attend a private Customs appointment located at the marina and then you have time to pack and take a quick dip in the marinas private swimming pool that is only open to yacht guests, and then sadly it’s time to take a cab back to the airport to fly home, again we fix up all of the transfers for you.

Pacific Wave Eco Friendly Watersports Kayaks

Pacific Wave Eco Friendly Watersports Kayaks

We’ve got a great Winter Special available for 2 guests booking and sailing on Pacific Wave prior to 30 April 2018 save $2,500 off the price of your charter! So if you can’t join us in February, you’ve still got time to sail with us before we head south to the Grenadines for the summer months.

Sunset from Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

Sunset from Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

So instead of sitting at home in the cold wet weather, book a yacht charter vacation today and come out to the BVI for some sun & fun! Booking a charter onboard Pacific Wave is easy contact us today +1 284 542 2244 or visit our website www.sy-pacificwave.com for more details.

Views from the Annaberg Sugar Mill St John towards the BVI after Hurricane Irma

Hiking from Francis Bay to Waterlemon Bay on St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

Kayaking around Francis Bay St John after Irma

Kayaking around Francis Bay St John after Irma

With Pacific Wave moored safely in Francis Bay we decided to kayak ashore and take a hike over to Waterlemon Bay to see how the bay and the Annaberg Sugar Plantation looks now, 100 days after Hurricane Irma ravaged the islands.

St John old sugar mill buildings post Irma

St John old sugar mill buildings post Irma

As soon as you reach the road you immediately see one of the old sugar mill buildings that has lost it’s roof to Irma, but it’s structure still looks good.

Hiking from Francis Bay to the Annaberg Sugar Mill post Irma

Hiking from Francis Bay to the Annaberg Sugar Mill post Irma

Walking down the road a little future you can see how the hillside is now two-tone where the winds from Irma hit one side of the hillside stronger than the other, check out the different shades of green and brown. A massive clean up effort was taking place to remove the trees that had fallen across the road and to clear the way for vehicle access to the Annaberg Sugar Plantation.

Shipwrecks in Mary Creek and Anna Point St John

Shipwrecks in Mary Creek and Anna Point St John

Sadly there were numerous shipwrecks along the way in Mary Creek, we counted four catamarans but there could be more.

St John Donkeys that survived Hurricane Irma at the Annaberg Sugar Mill

St John Donkeys that survived Hurricane Irma at the Annaberg Sugar Mill

Approaching the Annaberg Sugar Plantation we were so pleased to see these three donkeys that had survived the hurricanes. They appeared to be just as pleased to see us as they wondered over to see if we had any food to offer. We had nothing for them but they were happy to be stroked.

Annaberg Sugar Mill standing tall after Irma

Annaberg Sugar Mill standing tall after Irma

The Annaberg Sugar Mill is standing tall looking striking against the bright blue sky.

Views of Mary Creek from the Annaberg Sugar Mill post Irma

Views of Mary Creek from the Annaberg Sugar Mill post Irma

The views from the Sugar Mill were as stunning as always with the turquoise Caribbean Sea glistening in the sunshine.

On the rocks at Annaberg Point SY New Horizons and Breakaway II

On the rocks at Annaberg Point SY New Horizons and Breakaway II

Looking down towards Annaberg Point sadly two boats were on the rocks with the day charter boat New Horizons holed and on her side and with Breakaway II looking in better shape.

Hillside behind the Annaberg Sugar Mill St John looks great

Hillside behind the Annaberg Sugar Mill St John looks great

The hillside behind the Sugar Plantation and the Rum Distillery is recovering nicely.

Caribbean Hawk Moth Caterpillars Munching at a Frangipani Tree post Irma

Caribbean Hawk Moth Caterpillars Munching at a Frangipani Tree post Irma

These Caribbean Hawk Moth Caterpillars were busy munching away at this Frangipani Tree.

Turpentine Tree with Termites survived Irma

Turpentine Tree with Termites survived Irma

Continuing our hike towards Waterlemon Bay the usual trail has been washed away but you can weave your way through the trees and along the beach to reach the beach. This healthy Turpentine Tree along with its Termite nest survived the hurricanes.

Trail from Annaberg Sugar Mill to Waterlemon Bay St John

Trail from Annaberg Sugar Mill to Waterlemon Bay St John

You can see the amount of erosion to the path, you can clearly see a bridge that wasn’t visible before.

Views from Annaberg Point St John of Great Thatch and Little Thatch BVI

Views from Annaberg Point St John of Great Thatch and Little Thatch BVI

The rest of the bay looks great and the water looks very inviting. Waterlemon Bay was extremely quiet with onto two yachts on the moorings.

A New Home for this Land Crab

A New Home for this Land Crab

On our way back to the yacht l came across this land crab that was in need of a new home as he was bursting out of his current shell, so l even found a larger home for him.

Follow our blogs as we sail around the British Virgin Islands and update you on the latest status of the anchorages. Read all about Francis Bay and Maho Bay on St John.

 

 

 

 

 

New Years Eve Sunset from Pacific Wave Virgin Gorda

Escape the snow onboard Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter

Pacific Wave anchored behind Sandy Spit BVI

Pacific Wave anchored behind Sandy Spit BVI

Escape the snow and storms at home onboard Pacific Wave on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter.  Read our latest Newsletter with current photographs of the BVI from our New Years Charter and latest Testimonials; see for yourself what our guests onboard Pacific Wave have to say about their recent vacations.

Find out about our great offer for 2 guests for that Winter escape to paradise.

It’s 86f and sunny in the British Virgin Islands and Pacific Wave’s private swimming pool is always open!  Dive into the crystal clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean… what are you waiting for!

Book a vacation to paradise today www.sy-pacificwave.com

Sunset from Francis Bay St John taken from Pacific Wave

Sunset from Francis Bay St John taken from Pacific Wave

Francis Bay St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

100 days after Hurricane Irma and Francis Bay on St John looks amazing!

Views of Whistling Cay St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

Views of Whistling Cay St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

Pacific Wave is back in the Virgin Islands and we’re checking out how the anchorages look now 100 days after Hurricane Irma devastated the islands. Francis Bay on St John looks amazing check it out for yourself the island look very green again, the beach is covered in fine white sand and the water is crystal clear and warm!

Kayaking around Francis Bay St John after Irma

Kayaking around Francis Bay St John after Irma

We kayaked around the bay and you can still see turtles popping their heads up for air as we paddled around.

Francis Bay St John Blue Skies and White Sandy Shores

Francis Bay St John Blue Skies and White Sandy Shores

The beach has suffered from erosion but it is looking good! The white sand was glistening in the sunshine and the water was crystal clear as always.

Strolling on Francis Bay St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

Strolling on Francis Bay St John 100 days after Hurricane Irma

We kayaked out to Whistling Cay and the Customs House is still standing and looks just like it always has.

Kayaking to the Customs House on Whistling Cay St John USVI

Kayaking to the Customs House on Whistling Cay St John USVI

Maho Bay did not weather the storms as well as Francis Bay, however a tremendous amount of work has been undertaken to clean the beach and it is now officially open. Maho Beach has suffered a lot of erosion so all of the Sea Grapes have been flattened, they’ve been picked up by the storm and laid flat on their backs. The road behind Maho Beach is totally visible at present due to the lack of vegetation. The pretty old buildings in the south corner of the beach were severely damaged by the storms so they have been totally demolished.  Great news Maho Beach is now officially open!

Demolishing the hurricane damaged buildings on Maho Beach St John

Demolishing the hurricane damaged buildings on Maho Beach St John

Snorkeling is still good in the bay however the soft corals and sea fans have been damaged. Fish are plentiful and turtles are still hanging out in the bay feeding.

Quiet Anchorages after the storms Francis Bay St John

Quiet Anchorages after the storms Francis Bay St John

The anchorages are extremely quiet it’s fantastic, it’s almost like turning the clock back 30 years. Pacific Wave was in the bay all on her own!

Pacific Wave all alone moored in Francis Bay St John

Pacific Wave all alone moored in Francis Bay St John

Follow our blogs as we sail around the British Virgin Islands and update you on the latest status of the anchorages.

Vibrant green Maho Bay how it looks now 100 days after Irma

Vibrant green Maho Bay how it looks now 100 days after Irma

 

Pacific Wave at anchor in Tobago Cays SVG on a Grenadines Yacht Charter

Grenadines luxury sailing yacht charter onboard SY Pacific Wave

The luxury sailing yacht Pacific Wave is available for Grenadines Yacht Charters until the end of November this year and during the months of July to October annually. Why not join us for a holiday of a lifetime sailing onboard our luxury yacht from Grenada to the Grenadines.

SY Pacific Wave moored Port Louis Marina Grenada

SY Pacific Wave moored Port Louis Marina Grenada

Pacific Wave is located at Port Louis Marina in Grenada during the summer months. Numerous airlines now offer direct flights into the island of Grenada otherwise known as Spice Isle due to the plentiful supply of locally grown spices. We will arrange for a taxi to meet you at the airport, which is only a 20 minute ride away from the marina. A private swimming pool at the marina is available for use by our charter guests. After boarding Pacific Wave you can relax with one of our famous Pacific Wave Rum Punches, unpack and then enjoy dinner onboard.

Tyrell Bay Carriacou a Grenada Grenadines Island

Tyrell Bay Carriacou a Grenada Grenadines Island

After breakfast we will set sail for the island of Carriacou, where we will anchor in Tyrell Bay for the evening. Here you can take a stroll along the sandy beach and enjoy a beer or a local Rum cocktail at the tiny Slipway Restaurant where you can look out over the bay and at Pacific Wave at anchor.

Kitesurfing off Happy Island Bar Union Island SVG photographed from SY Pacific Wave on a Grenadines Yacht Charter

Kitesurfing off Happy Island Bar Union Island SVG

Now we are going to sail to the St Vincent and the Grenadines island chain, with our first port of call being Union Island. Customs and Immigration duties are undertaken at the airport at Clifton Harbour and you can take a stroll around this tiny village or enjoy a rum punch on Janti’s Happy Island. Happy Island is the most unique bar in the Caribbean being built from conch shells and it is located on top of the reef off Clifton Harbour. If you are very lucky the kitesurfers will be out entertaining you as you sip your cocktail. Once clearance is complete we will sail back around to the west side of the island to Chatham Bay where we will anchor for the evening. This crescent shaped bay has great snorkeling as well as a good selection of tiny local beach bars where you can enjoy a local Carib beer or a cocktail and watch the sunset behind Pacific Wave.

Pacific Wave anchored in Chatham Bay Union Island SVG

Pacific Wave anchored in Chatham Bay Union Island SVG

After breakfast we will sail to the beautiful Tobago Cays the uninhabited archipelago where we will anchor behind the Worlds End coral reef. Here you can usually swim with turtles and snorkel over the reef. These islands are within the Tobago Cays Marine Park. Local vendors will come alongside Pacific Wave in their tiny boats and offer teeshirts for sale and other gifts.

Pacific Wave at anchor in Tobago Cays SVG on a Grenadines Yacht Charter

Pacific Wave at anchor in Tobago Cays SVG on a Grenadines Yacht Charter

Our next island is Mayreau where we will anchor off Saline Bay. Here you can enjoy great snorkeling and also take a walk through the small village to the top of the hill where you will be rewarded with stunning views from the tiny Catholic Church looking down over both Union Island and the Tobago Cays.

Saline Bay Mayreau from SY Pacific Wave Grenadines Yacht Charter

Saline Bay Mayreau from SY Pacific Wave Grenadines Yacht Charter

After breakfast we will sail to the tiny private island called Palm Island, which is only 135 acres in size. This tiny island surrounded by elegant coconut palms is a perfect location for lunch ashore. Years ago the island used to be called Goat Island until the owner decided to plant coconut palms over the sandy shores and rename the island to the far more fitting name of Palm Island. After lunch we will sail to Clifton Harbour on Union Island to undertake customs duties.

Palm Island SVG from Pacific Wave

Palm Island SVG from Pacific Wave

Today we have a longer sail back to Grenada where we will arrive back at Port Louis Marina late afternoon ready to visit customs and immigration to clear back into Grenada the following morning.

Enjoy a delicious breakfast onboard Pacific Wave prior to disembarking for the airport.

The above is a sample itinerary of a cruise around the Grenadines onboard Pacific Wave. Our cruises are bespoke and can be modified dependent upon which islands you would like to visit on your vacation. Watch Pacific Wave sailing through the Grenadines this could be your next adventure. Contact us today for more details www.sy-pacificwave.com

Pacific Wave moored Marigot Bay St Lucia

Pacific Wave Latest Newsletter NO Price Rise to cover the increased charges & taxes for Sailing in the BVI

Read our latest Newsletter and find out how Pacific Wave is retaining our 2016 rates and NOT increasing Charter Prices to cover the increased charges & taxes for sailing in the British Virgin Islands.  Pacific Wave is covering ALL of the additional costs, unlike other yachts that are passing these charges onto the Charterer by increasing their Charter Rates or by charging a Pickup and Drop-off Fee for charters starting in St Thomas.  We will pickup and drop-off our guests in St Thomas at NO Additional Charge.  You can enjoy a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter onboard the beautiful SY Pacific Wave at NO additional cost.

SY Pacific Wave sailing down the Sir Francis Drake Channel BVI

SY Pacific Wave sailing down the Sir Francis Drake Channel BVI

Find out what our Guests have to say about their recent sailing holiday onboard the stunning Pacific Wave.

Chantal, Gary, Bianca, Carter & Dempsey on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter onboard SY Pacific Wave

Chantal, Gary, Bianca, Carter & Dempsey on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter onboard SY Pacific Wave

Pacific Wave is still currently available for an Independence Week Charter and for Christmas in the BVI.  You can charter Pacific Wave in the Grenadines during the summer months.

Snorkel time from Pacific Wave Dinghy at The Caves BVI

Snorkel time from Pacific Wave Dinghy at The Caves BVI

What are you waiting for book that sailing vacation to paradise today www.sy-pacificwave.com

Pacific Wave moored Marigot Bay St Lucia

Pacific Wave moored Marigot Bay St Lucia

Watching a stunning sunset from the Bow of Pacific Wave

Kids just want to have fun onboard SY Pacific Wave

Whether we’re sailing Pacific Wave down the Sir Francis Drake Channel in the British Virgin Islands, or anchored in a quiet anchorage there’s so much for the kids to do on a BVI Crewed Yacht Charter, after all the kids just want to have fun on vacation!

Spring Break Family Vacation onboard SY Pacific Wave

Spring Break Family Vacation onboard SY Pacific Wave

Taking our new Abaco rigid kayaks for a spin around the anchorage is a firm favourite with both Mum & Dad and the kids. These kayaks are great, very stable and fast and you can easily zip into the beach to play in the stunning white sand.

Kids kayaking from Pacific Wave

Kids love kayaking from Pacific Wave

Snorkeling in the crystal clear waters of the British Virgin Islands is another big hit! For most families it’s the first time for the kids to try snorkeling and here in the BVI it’s easy, we take everyone to a nice quiet beach so that they can try out our new Genesis snorkel gear in the shallows until they are happy with their snorkeling technique.   Then it’s head under the water and a whole new world develops beneath your very eyes with reef fish of all shapes and sizes swimming past you. Back onboard Pacific Wave afterwards the kids love to look at our Fish Identification books to point out all the fish and critters that they saw on their last snorkeling trip.

Kids love snorkeling from Pacific Wave

Kids love snorkeling from Pacific Wave

At the end of the day enjoy a Pacific Wave Grog the perfect sundowner as the kids watch the sun say goodbye for another evening and the sky turn from blue to gold to red, it’s stunning!

Watching a stunning sunset from the Bow of Pacific Wave

Watching a stunning sunset from the Bow of Pacific Wave

Sailing onboard Pacific Wave is great as a family because your valuable vacation time is spent away from every modern distraction so that you can enjoy pure quality time with your family, sailing in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean feeling the breeze blow through your hair.

Kids having fun sailing onboard Pacific Wave

Kids having fun sailing onboard Pacific Wave

Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at our glowing testimonials and see for yourself just how much our families loved being on vacation onboard SY Pacific Wave.

I Love Pacific Wave by Nina

I Love Pacific Wave by Nina