The Cuan Law, built as the world's largest sailing trimaran, is based in Tortolla, BVI. The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is blessed with over one hundred dive sites to suit all standards and offering great variety. With dozens of islands and numerous sheltered anchorages it would take weeks to see it all and so we have no set itinerary. The Captain listens to what everyone has to say and with that input and taking account of prevailing weather and other circumstances, he will tailor the cruise to give everybody the best cruise he can.
Three dives are planned each day, including a morning dive before or after breakfast, an afternoon dive after lunch and a night dive. In between there is time for kayaking, Hobie Cat sailing, snorkeling or even more diving if you wish. When the dive bell rings to announce the next dive, interested divers gather at the aft deck for a briefing.
No, our itinerary is never set in stone since we try to offer the best diving and sailing each day, depending on the weather etc. We always dive or snorkel the wreck of the RMS Rhone off Salt Island and we always spend time at the Baths on Virgin Gorda. Aside from that you can expect to visit many of the islands off the Sir Frances Drake passage including Norman Island, Peter Island, Cooper Island and Ginger Island. On headboat trips, we usually offer 3 guided dives a day, including a night dive which leaves plenty of time for use of the water toys. On wholeboat bookings, the group can change the itinerary to include more or less diving, or not to dive at all.