BVI West Islands Highlights

Norman Island

One of the major reasons guests love the caves is the outstanding diversity of fish and sea life. Donning your mask and fins and entering the cool salty water, you will be transported to another world. You will see schools of fish teaming around you during your visit.

The Indians are an outcropping of rocks west of Norman Island. They project up into the air almost 50 feet. On one side is a reef teaming with life and exploration. There is a 15 foot tunnel and underwater cavern to explore. On the other side of the outcropping is a completely different landscape.  The caves are unique, not only because of the visual experience but also the historical significance. The caves are naturally occurring and go back into Norman Island some ways. Bring an underwater flashlight to explore further and deeper! Also, they are believed to be the inspiration for the caves in Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson.

Jost Van Dyke

Looking for an unforgettable experience with pristine beaches and the sand between your toes on Jost Van Dyke? To get a real feel for the island, check out the Soggy Dollar webcam and make a plan to go to White Bay on Jost Van Dyke. As the most requested BVI day trip destination. White Bay is the ultimate dreamy beach you could imagine…but real! It’s the perfect place to slow down, spend an afternoon relaxing. If you’re hungry, explore the restaurants and bars within walking distance.

Sample Itinerary

9:00 am – Depart Red Hook, St. Thomas or Depart Cruz Bay, St. John, USVI

9:30 am – Arrive at West End Customs, BVI

After checking into the BVI we suggest going to the following locations, going to south first:  

Sail to Norman Island and snorkel the Caves, The Indians or The Aquarium.  Suggested time is 2-3 hours

Travel time from Norman Island area to Jost Van Dyke is 30 - 40 minutes.

Sail White Bay for pristine white sand beach, restaurants and the legendary Soggy Dollar.  Also, Hendo's Hideout and more!  You can also go to other bays on the south side of Jost Van Dyke.  Suggested time is 2-3 hours.

3:30 pm: Meet back at boat for return

4:00 pm – Cruz Bay Customs to check back into the USVI

4:30 - 5:00 pm – National Parks Dock, St John or Red Hook, St. Thomas Drop-Off


Our Captain Stephen has spent over a decade learning, exploring, enjoying and showing off all the locations listed above.  There are no better hands for you to be in!  


Pricing:  $1900 for first six guests, each additional guest is $75 up to 12 guests.

Includes: Captain, **Fuel,** Snorkel Gear, Ice, Water, Soda, and Beer.

Not Included: Gratuity is not included, but is customary at 20% of Day Trip charges.


International Fees: $75 per person in cash to the captain upon boarding. 

Note: Please bring towels and mineral sunscreen only. No spray sunscreen due to safety reasons (slippery decks).

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