An Island-Hopping Cruise In The British Virgin Islands Aboard A Flotilla Of Sailboats With Snorkeling, Beach Bars & Island Music
We Raised Our Sails In Tortola
Dropped A Hook In Jost Van Dyke
Killed Our Pain At Soggy Dollar
Foxy’s And The Paradise
– Eric Stone, “Sunsail”
If you want to be “Somewhere South Of Somewhere” this Memorial Day, then set sail with TropRock singer and songwriter Eric Stone for the Sunsail BVI Flotilla, May 27-June 3 in the British Virgin Islands.
You will literally live places he writes and sings about in his songs, places “where the water has so many shades of blue.”
The trip involves snorkeling in “The Caves” and/or “The Indians,” walking through the spectacular “The Baths” in Virgin Gorda and drinking rum in the legendary watering holes of the BVIs – Willie T’s, the Foxy’s where Eric himself will perform, Bomba’s Shack home of its famous (or infamous!) Full Moon Parties and the Soggy Dollar Bar with its signature Painkiller drink, among them.
There’s lots of rum and those great, unique Virgin Islands cocktails.
You do all this and get around on sailboats, the ultimate way to see the Virgin Islands. You can either rent your own boat and fill it with captain and crew, hire a captain and/or crew or perhaps join a group that already has a boat and has room in an available cabin.
Bring your mask and snorkel and “jump off the starboard rail” as Eric sings about in one of his many island songs. You’ll get around and you may even go aground, but you’ll have the time of your life.
To book this incredible trip and to see the daily itinerary, go to Eric’s website, islanderic.com.
For pricing, contact Bridgette at Sunsail. Tell her you are with the Eric Stone Flotilla for special pricing.
Phone: (888) 703-3173, ext 47012
E-mail: [email protected]
Special Trip Notes:
• All itinerary plans are optional and weather dependent.
• There will be an additional fee per night for mooring ball per boat.
• Everyone has the option to have meals on the boat or eat at nearby restaurants.