Planning A Family Sailing Trip

If you have children who are grown up and moved away, one of the best ways to get the whole family back together again for a week of making memories and having fun is by planning a family sailing trip – and one of the best places to plan a family sailing trip is in the British Virgin Islands, where you can rent a boat for a reasonable price and have a week of great weather, breathtaking beauty, and endless beaches to explore. Even if you do not know how to sail, this is no problem, as most of the charter companies are more than willing to give you everything you will need to know.

The first thing you need to do, in order to make your family sailing trip a success, is make sure that you plan to arrive earlier than you “have” to; more than likely, you will fly to Tortolla to start your adventure, and you never know what might happen between “here” and “there.”

You should also pack as much food into your luggage as will fit, as this will allow you to cook on the boat any nights you want – without paying the prices charged in grocery stores on the island!

It will also be important that you rent a boat big enough for everyone to fit; you will already be in “cramped quarters,” as you will be on a boat all week, so you want to make sure everyone has enough personal space to keep them comfortable. Widgets

Finally – even though it might seem like it will be fun to just get out there and “wing it” – you will want to make sure you have a general plan in place before you take off, knowing which islands you plan to hit, and in which order!

With all of these things in place, you are sure to experience a smooth trip, and once you get everyone together in those gorgeous Caribbean waters, you are also sure to have a great time!


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