Looking to add some Boomerang adventure into your next vacation? Look no further as the 50 foot Boomerang Caribbean Catamaran has launched in the beautiful British Virgin Islands! Spend a week cruising in style with your friends & family to some of the most unique islands in the Caribbean – Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Anegada, and dozens more!
Enjoy snorkeling, diving, paddle boarding, and hiking. It’s all yours for the taking from the comfortable surroundings of your own 50 foot catamaran! The BVIS is famous for its beach bars and local cuisine. Enjoy the infamous ‘Painkiller’ cocktail at the Soggy Dollar Bar, Willy T’s or Foxy’s! Sink your teeth into barbecues, West Indian rotis, grilled fresh fish, and local lobster. Experience yacht clubs, quiet coves, and hot spots only accessible by water. Stroll white sand beaches, explore ancient ruins, or simply spend the day in a hammock while sipping on a coconut!
The BVI is truly the center of the sailing world. With consistent winds, clear blue water, sunshine every day and islands close enough to navigate by sight, along with some of the most fun beach bars around, the BVI is a sailor’s paradise- and just perfect for your next trip!
The Boomerang Catamaran is docked in Road Town, the capital of Tortola, BVI. The British Virgin Islands are located in the North West Caribbean Sea between St. Maarten to the East and Puerto Rico to the West. Air travel is through San Juan, Puerto Rico or St Thomas. You can then arrive into Road Town via a one hour ferry from St Thomas, or take a smaller prop plane to connect from San Juan to the Beef Island Airport on Tortola. Passports are required for American citizens.
The 50 foot Boomerang Caribbean Catamaran was built in France by Fountaine Pajot in 2016 & the model is a SABA 50. You will find a great video on the SABA 50 with additional photos on the builder’s website.
We have divided the year into four seasons & prices are based on a seven night charter. Please see the chart below, & keep in mind that you can divide the charter fee amongst a total of up to 12 guests:
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The Boomerang Catamaran can sleep 12 guests! The vessel has six cabins and six bathrooms, with an additional single room at the front of the boat for the captain (which would total 13 people).
Yes! We are happy to offer unlimited free 4G WIFI service on board the Boomerang catamaran, along with air conditioning & a generator!
We have included a little paragraph describing some of our favorite islands, along with a loose sample itinerary of islands that you might visit. Feel free to ask Google if you would like more photos or details on any particular location!
Welcome to the Caribbean, mon! From the airport, cab to the ferry dock in St. Thomas and have lunch and drinks at a fun local spot while waiting for your ferry. Ferry to Tortola and enter the UK! You will go through customs at the ferry terminal upon arrive on Tortola before hopping in a quick taxi ride to the marina in Road Town. Get oriented with your boat before visiting the supermarket and liquor store so that you are fully stocked for your adventure. Spend the evening enjoying Tortola, or hang on your catamaran!
A two hour sail from Tortola to Deadman’s Bay in Peter Island. People rave over this beach as it’s known for frequent sea turtle sightings. Snorkel, sunbath, nap, or hit the beach bar. At sunset, you can sail to Norman Island to secure the boat overnight. Cook dinner on the boat, or dinghy to the famous floating 100 foot pirate ship bar “Willie T’s”! Also here is "Pirate’s Blight" a great little restaurant on the beach that is a great place to hang out with your toes dabbling in the warm water and a frozen cocktail in your hand.
Sail to the southwest of Virgin Gorda to visit Spring Bay Beach & the Baths - the unusual rock formations that have created a famous snorkeling area and breathtaking beach. Consisting of thousands of smooth boulders, some as big as a house, strewn along the beach on the southern tip of Virgin Gorda. You can hike through the many gaps that open into massive rocky grottoes filled with sea water. Alternatively you could walk to the Top of the Baths bar & restaurant which offers a fresh water pool and killer cocktails with an incredible view.
In the late afternoon, sail to the northern section of Virgin Gorda while enjoying views of Necker Island - Sir Richard Branson’s private island. Moor that night outside Bitter End Yacht Club & Saba Rock. This is an exclusive resort with lots of dinner options, followed by late night drinks and music in the Bitter End Bar, at the pub, or on Saba Rock. The mega yacht sightings here, along with the funky hillside bungalows, are very impressive. Spend the next day exploring the North Sound. Rent paddle boards, take a glorious hike, go to the spa, or dinghy over to the Sandbox beach bar for a full beach day with wild goat sightings! At sunset, enjoy happy hour & dinner on Saba Rock with excellent food and drinks. Take advantage of the store at Bitterend the next morning to replenish your drinks & food.
Sail 15 miles north from Virgin Gorda to Anegada. Anegada means 'drowned island' and when you see it you'll realize why! The highest point is only15 feet above sea level and it's famous for fresh lobster, iguanas and flamingoes. You will have to leave North Sound early in order to arrive at Anegada during the middle of the day. Take a taxi ride to Loblolly Bay or Cow Wreck Beach on the north side and snorkel inside the reef. Then go back to the anchorage for smoothies and a lobster dinner at the Anegada Reef Hotel or Neptune's Treasure.
If you’d rather skip the long trip to Anegada, you could simply sail instead to Trellis Bay on Beef Island. Enjoy lunch at the Loose Mongoose and visit the shops at Trellis Bay before taking a dinghy ride over to Marina Cay, a tiny little island with the famous Pusser’s Bar & Restaurant. (Pusser’s was the official rum of the British Navy & each sailor was given ‘a daily tot of rum’. When mixed with water, this was called ‘grog’). The coral behind the island has terrific snorkeling. Marina Cay has a spectacular view from a fun hilltop bar and also has a small beach. Be sure to return to the bay for dinner at The Island Last Resort for live music and amazing food! Keep in mind that a Full Moon beach BBQ party is held monthly at Trellis Bay.
Raise anchor and take a short cruise to beautiful Guana Island for spectacular snorkeling and a superb beach at Monkey Point. It's a great spot to picnic. Then take an afternoon sail west to Cane Garden Bay on Tortola's lush north shore for beautiful beaches, hiking, beach bars and unique restaurants for your share of the evening's entertainment.
An island with just 100 inhabitants, enjoy a sail towards Jost van Dyke and White Bay. On the way, you could stop to explore Diamond Cay for a fun outdoor beach bar called Foxy’s Taboo, and for a quick walk to the natural ‘bubbly pool’. Green Cay & Sandy Spit are tiny uninhabited beach islands also located close by that you will probably have all to yourselves. Stunning Caribbean beauty! Upon arriving to White Bay, explore another gorgeous beach & let your hair down at The Soggy Dollar beach bar, home of the famous ‘painkiller’ cocktail! At sunset, moor in little Harbour and have a group dinner at Harris’ Place or Abe’s by the Sea. From there you could cab over the hill for a visit to the legendary Foxy’s Bar. Foxy’s usually offers live Caribbean music and Foxy was even knighted by the Queen!
Take an early morning swim or snorkel and then raise anchor for a short sail back to Road Town for an arrival by 11am. Pack your things, clean up the boat, and turn in the keys by noon. Ferry back to St. Thomas for your final night before flying home the next day. WOW, WHAT A VOYAGE!