With its beautiful clear waters and stunning green islands rising majestically to the blue skies, the British Virgin Islands are best enjoyed from the sea. The magnificent Cuan Law provides the ultimate liveaboard experience in the BVI. The ambiance is both fun and relaxed, with a wide range of activities to suit everyone, as well as ample opportunity for quiet relaxation!

Beach Barbecue

Every week we include a beach barbecue at "The Crawl" - a fabulous rock enclosed beach and pool. It is the highlight of the last afternoon of the trip.

On a picturesque beach, among the huge boulders and shady palm trees, we set up a delicious barbecue featuring delicious meats, fish and colorful salads with, of course, well stocked coolers of wine beer and sodas.
Tables and benches allow for a comfortable meal for all in the shade of the palm trees.

“There is no better place for a beach barbecue than the British Virgin Islands, and no better crew than aboard Cuan Law.
Thanks for a most incredible time!”
Cliff Jumping

For those into extreme sports, Lee Bay at Great Camanoe has a thrilling rock climb and jumping spot.

“I'll admit, it took a few minutes to make the jump. WOW! Once we'd done that first leap we couldn't get enough!”

We try to fit in at least one hike as well as a tour of the amazing rock formation at The Baths on Virgin Gorda. This gives you a unique perspective of our lovely BVI.

“Hiking on some of the islands was really fun. We got to explore ruins of buildings that have been here since the pirates were here.”
Hobie Cat Sailing

Of course you’re welcome to help our crew with sailing the Cuan Law, but if you enjoy getting a bit closer to the water we also have two Hobie cats on board for you to use. Sail off with a friend for some alone time, or perhaps you can team up with some buddies and go head to head on some races!

“To be able to scuba dive, Kayak, learn to use a Hobie Cat and many more activities all while cruising the waters of the BVI is tremendous. It was a very fun trip.”
Melwer - April 2018
Island Excursions

With so many quiet bays, picturesque anchorages and spectacular diving and snorkeling sites, the BVI is one of the treasures of the Caribbean. Each island has its own unique charms, attractions and sites of interest.

“What makes a good trip enjoyable? Travelling with enthusiastic and engaging crew. My compliments to the crew for making our trip the best ever.”

Explore the beautiful waters of the BVI by kayak.
We have two single person, and two double person kayaks.

"Kayaking is so easy to learn, and so calming. It's like flying slowly over the water. And the things you see in the water... wow!"

We can’t think of a better activity for the whole family than stand up paddle boarding. Everyone from your little kids to the grandparents will enjoy an afternoon on an iSUP. Unlike other popular water sports like surfing and wakeboarding, paddle boarding is easy to learn and doesn’t require high levels of athleticism.

“The bays where we anchored were always so calm and peaceful. Using the paddleboards was like walking on water. We had a pair of sea turtles come right up to look at us, it was so cool.”

The British Virgin Islands is one of the world's finest sailing destinations and Cuan Law was designed specifically for this area.
You can either sit back and enjoy Cuan Law's quiet power or lend a hand with one of the massive winches.
With a steady wind behind her she can cruise at speeds of up to 14 knots. The stability provided by her triple hull design defines the phrase "smooth sailing". Sit back on the sunny deck with a cold Piña Colada and you'll never want to go home!

"The water is fantastically clear and there is a tremendous amount of wildlife to be found. Several times we had pods of dolphins swimming near the bow of the boat while we were sailing.”
Scuba Diving

The BVI also boasts an incredible diversity of diving experiences, ranging from colorful coral reefs teeming with small fish to atmospheric wreck diving and thrilling open water sites where divers might spot leatherback turtles, sharks, rays and pelagic fish.

"We had a group of 20 divers on board for a week at the beginning of June. It was my 4th time on Cuan Law over a 16 year span. I have to say, it is better than ever. We have had some amazing experiences and memories and great trips but this was the best. "
Andy Gibb - June 2018

Just jump in and go for a swim or snorkel. The water is always warm with winter temperatures of 26° C (79° F) and reaching a peak of 29° (84° F) in the late summer.

“I'm not a diver, but the snorkeling was nothing short of amazing. I would do this trip again in a heartbeat.”
Phyllis Cianfrani Kiziah
Spa Services

This picturesque retreat has spectacular treatment rooms offering breathtaking views unlike any other and the highly-trained therapists deliver masterful experiences enticing the senses while rejuvenating the mind and refreshing the body.

With a treatment menu highlighting Ayurvedic Wellness Treatments, Ixora Spa is a requisite for sailing enthusiasts seeking a true experience that embraces its cliff-side sense of place. Ixora Spa skillfully blends the healing powers of Ayurveda in a variety of wellness treatments that will leave your mind peaceful, muscles relaxed and skin beautiful.
The Baths

The Baths is an exquisite natural feature that includes several exotic pools and other jaw-dropping sights that have been formed by enormous boulders that lie on the sandy beaches. The other sights include the likes of several hidden compartments whose only sources of light are small to medium-sized openings and other marvels.

“The Baths on Virgin Gorda should be considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World (and the Cuan Law should be the 8th)!”

Feel the thrill of being pulled by one of our two tenders powered by 150 horsepower outboards!
Zero to sixty in nothing flat!

“I've wakeboarded with other charter boats... they have 50 or 60hp engines. That just doesn't do it. Having a 150hp pull you is incredible!”

Feel the thrill as you are pulled by one of our two 150 horsepower tenders.

“I didn't think I'd be able to water-ski. But after some personal lessons, I was up and flying in no time. It was exhilarating!”
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