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Do you love good food and concierge diving? This is the boat for you!
One of the largest sailing trimarans in the world The Cuan Law was designed for comfort and stability and is only outdone by its five-star service.
Enjoy the week sailing and diving through the BVI's; you will see the RMS Rhone, one of the best preserved ship wrecks, along with other wrecks found near near Norman, Salt, Peter, Cooper, Ginger, and Virgin Gorda Islands.
The expansive main salon is the social hub of the ship with luxurious real leather easy chairs and sofas, tables and a large bar. Discover coolers with beer, wine and juices around the base of the mast in the salon as well.
In addition to the large sundeck and main salon, enjoy the amenities of the large shaded alfresco deck. During the day you’ll gather here for briefings and preparation for activities. At meal time this aft deck becomes the dining terrace – a smart waterfront restaurant.
10 Total cabins – configure as a queen or two twins
6 nights all inclusive
Private bathrooms in each cabin with standard heads (toilets)and shower
Outside views in each cabin
Plenty of cabin storage space with drawers, shelf and closet
Main salon library with magazines, cards and board games
Sundeck with lounge pads and hammocks
Concierge service – dive gear handled by crew with storage on the aft deck for incidentals
Shore excursions included
Premium liquor of your choice included!
Diving The British Virgin Islands: Possible Dive Sites
RMS Rhone, one of the best-preserved shipwrecks
Kodiak Queen, the newest BVI wreck, with a kraken – a legendary sea monster
Numerous wrecks near Norman, Salt, Peter, Cooper and Ginger Islands
Many dive sites within close proximity of each other
Four wrecks in and around The Dogs
Three wrecks near Virgin Gorda
Chikuzen wreck, weather permitting
The BVI is a collection of 60 small islands that invite exploration. We may visit a few while sailing through Sir Francis Drake’s Channel: Norman Island, Peter Island, Salt Island, Cooper Island and Ginger Island. Each is unique. Discover hiking trails, beaches, secluded bays and coves. The latter are perfect for beachcombing and relaxing.
Saturday June 5th, 2021 fly from DFW to St. Thomas. Those arriving on the same flight and using our transport and hotel package will be picked up from the St. Thomas airport and travel by private ferry to the Nanny Caye Hotel on Tortola.
Sunday June 6th Cuan Law departs Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
Saturday June 12th, 2020 depart the Cuan Law to continue your adventure or head home.
Cuan Law: $3050.00 per person based on double occupancy.
6 Nights aboard Cuan Law
All-Meals & Snacks
All beverages including juices, tea, coffee, soft drinks, local beer and wine, and your choice premium liquor
Up to 16 planned dives during week; you can add personal buddy dives too!
Ground Transportation and Hotel Package Price: TBD (2020 was $411)
Transportation from St. Thomas Airport to Nanny Caye Hotel in Tortola (land and water).
Overnight stay at Nanny Cay Hotel on Tortola
Land transportation from Nanny Cay to Cuan Law.
Not included in the pricing:
Personal diving equipment (rentals available)
Spending money ashore. On occasion, we may stop at a beach with shops or bars.
Tip for crew, customary is 15% of trip value
Nitrox - Not Available
Dive and Travel Insurance - we choose DAN.ORG
Land transportation from Cuan Law to your next destination on July 4, 2020.