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There is so much to explore and see from either of Sail Caribe's bases in Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands.  Pristine beaches, crystal clear water, reefs teeming with colorful fish, and sailing experiences beyond your imagination.

Spanish Virgin Islands

Culebra’s series of bays, peninsulas, and bars create a long and intricate shoreline, some of which end in abrupt cliffs, sandy shores, or mangrove forests. Culebra’s topography is irregular with low elevation hills. The principal harbor, Ensenada Honda, is considered to be one of the most secure hurricane harbors in the Caribbean.

Vieques is a true paradise, at least for those seeking solitude, world-class food and accommodations, and sugary-white-sand beaches to spend hours strolling upon. The island lies only about 8 miles to the east of the Puerto Rico,

United States Virgin Islands

St. Thomas has a million miles worth of things to do: shopping, sailing, snorkeling, sightseeing, diving, dining and much more.  If you’re interested in culture and history, the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, the 1680-built Fort Christian or the childhood home of Camille Pissarro, one of the best-known French Impressionists, are not to be missed.

St. Johns is known for its unspoiled beauty with pristine beaches, untouched forests and secluded coves. You can explore St. John’s rich history throughout the island, from the well-preserved rock carvings along Reef Bay Trail to the restored ruins of Annaberg Plantation. When you feel like heading back to civilization, Cruz Bay offers colorful shops, lively bars and fantastic restaurants.


British Virgin Islands

From the snorkeling at Norman Island, to the diving pelicans at Little Jost Van Dyke, to the fresh lobster at Anegada, to the diving of a century-old shipwreck, the 60 different islands of the British Virgin Islands offer a myriad of experiences. 

Known as one of the best sailing areas in the world for both experienced and less experienced sailors, the British Virgin Islands never disappoint.  There always seems to be an amazing bar and/or restaurant in each bay and harbor and a myriad of services and supplies are freely available.

The British Virgin Islands is truly the cruising capital of the world.

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