British Virgin Islands
* This is a wonderfully comfortable modern sailing boat that has been delivered from the factory by Sail La Vie's school crew's best students in December 2020. Under the supervision of Yachtmaster Oleg Nakarikov, they spent around 5 weeks crossing the Atlantic Ocean from La Rochelle to the Caribbean via Grand Canary.
What is included:
What’s not included:
-snorkeling gear $50
-inflatable tubs $50
-water carpet $60
-under water scouter $100
*Security Deposit per person - $500
From November to May we sail from island to island with a variety of packages for adults and kids:
2. Sailing School programs:
3. Special program – living and working from aboard
Captain / Instructor
“Sail Fast Live Slow”
Marina Lescheva (Cay)
Commercial Skipper / First Mate
“Wind is always right – change your sail”
What to bring on a sailing trip?
ANSWER: very little! A few pieces of comfortable clothing, walking shoes, a couple of swimsuits, a light jacket, small quantities of appropriate cosmetics and sunblock, dark glasses with a string and a hat with a string - that is about it!
Here is a tried-and-true list of what will get you through the trip more than comfortably - speaking of which, comfort is the theme here...nothing fancy; no high heels, no suit, and no tie.
The islands are extremely informal, and you could get by on less, as most people have said.
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Remember that the yacht is a means of transportation! To make sure you have fun with your somewhat extreme stunts, sunbathing, swimming, fishing, and other activities, we must have some rules to follow for our own safety and wellbeing.
Please remember that the boat’s skipper is the ultimate judge of what is suitable to that end. His role differs from anybody else's on board by the breadth of his responsibility for everything happening on the yacht. Suffice it to say, he is entitled to veto anything that is inappropriate while on board. You must treat the skipper's decisions with respect and regard him as a person responsible for your safety and, therefore, follow his instructions without question.
The skipper’s word is the law! His instructions are not to be disputed. The skipper has the right to disembark any person and not allow that person back on board for gross violations of boat safety rules and common-sense behavior, normal to ‘life’ aboard.