Islands included Tortola (White Bay and Cane Garden Bay), Marina Cay, Copper Island, Norman Island, Jost Van Dyke, Sandy Cay (the BEST), Virgin Gorda (North Shore) & Spanish Town), Anguilla and disembarking at Sint Marteen. Ship: great shape and very comfortable. Our fan and AC was in good shape and used 24/7. Crew: FABULOUS!!!! Professional, courteous and always there to help in anyway. Captain Matt 1st Mate Delyan Engineer Aubrey Stewart Shyam & Jermaine Bosun Mark Deck expert Alim Food: Chef George and Cook Clay were outstanding. Meals and snacks were always prepared with fresh ingredients and artfully presented. This cruise is great for relaxing. There are no planned activities on board but plenty of island stops for good snorkeling, some diving and beach swimming. Some island stops provide shopping, restaurant/bar. Some have hiking but do not attempt without proper shoes, alot of water, long sleeve shirt and hat. Terrain is usually steep, rocky, very dry and HOT. Spanish Town, on Virgin Gorda, had a grocery store which had a nice selection of food and provisions. Pack light, remember your 70+ sunscreen, floppy sun hat and sturdy hiking type footwear! This ship has steep inside staircases, exterior stairs to get from ship to dingy. You'll use the dingy to get from the ship to all islands. Some islands have docks some are "wet" landings which means you disembark on the beach in shallow water. We enjoyed out Island Windjammer cruise and the crew and passengers! Give it a try if you are physically active and enjoy the water and a lot of sun!

BVI's and Anguilla Itinerary

Sagitta Cruise Review by Seattle55

Trip Details
Islands included Tortola (White Bay and Cane Garden Bay), Marina Cay, Copper Island, Norman Island, Jost Van Dyke, Sandy Cay (the BEST), Virgin Gorda (North Shore) & Spanish Town), Anguilla and disembarking at Sint Marteen.

Ship: great shape and very comfortable. Our fan and AC was in good shape and used 24/7.

Crew: FABULOUS!!!! Professional, courteous and always there to help in anyway.

Captain Matt

1st Mate Delyan

Engineer Aubrey

Stewart Shyam & Jermaine

Bosun Mark

Deck expert Alim

Food: Chef George and Cook Clay were outstanding. Meals and snacks were always prepared with fresh ingredients and artfully presented.

This cruise is great for relaxing. There are no planned activities on board but plenty of island stops for good snorkeling, some diving and beach swimming. Some island stops provide shopping, restaurant/bar. Some have hiking but do not attempt without proper shoes, alot of water, long sleeve shirt and hat. Terrain is usually steep, rocky, very dry and HOT. Spanish Town, on Virgin Gorda, had a grocery store which had a nice selection of food and provisions.

Pack light, remember your 70+ sunscreen, floppy sun hat and sturdy hiking type footwear!

This ship has steep inside staircases, exterior stairs to get from ship to dingy. You'll use the dingy to get from the ship to all islands. Some islands have docks some are "wet" landings which means you disembark on the beach in shallow water.

We enjoyed out Island Windjammer cruise and the crew and passengers!

Give it a try if you are physically active and enjoy the water and a lot of sun!
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Cabin 6
Lower berth was a twin plus, upper berth a twin bed. Bathroom with shower was a nice size for this size sailing ship.