18.30 m
8 + 3

Sunreef 60 - Sinata (crewed)

Country British Virgin Islands
Model Sunreef Yachts
Marina Tortola



  • Bimini top
  • Black Water Tank
  • Cockpit fridge
  • Cockpit light
  • Deck lights
  • Electric anchor windlass
  • Gangway
  • Grill (Barbecue)
  • Hydraulic lifting swimming platform
  • Sun mattresses
  • Swimming ladder
  • Water hose
  • Winch handles


  • Bose Sound System
  • Indoor speakers
  • LCD TV
  • Outside speakers


  • Additional gas bottle
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer
  • Gas bottles
  • Ice maker
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove


  • Bilge pump handle
  • Electric toilet


  • Log, Speed, Depth- echo sounder


  • Electric genoa winch
  • Electric winch
  • Gennaker
  • Gennaker-device
  • Genoa

Yacht electrics

  • 220 volt socket
  • Air condition
  • Bilge pump - Electric
  • DSC station
  • Fish finder
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Solar panels
  • Water heater
  • Watermaker - desalinator

Technical Sheet

Boat Type Catamaran
Model Sunreef 60
Year 2019
Mainsail type full batten
Jib type furling/roll
Check-in day Saturday
Length 18.30 m
Width 10.20 m
Engine 2 x 75 hp
Cabins 4
Beds 8 + 3
WC/Shower 4


Country British Virgin Islands
Marina Tortola



Day 1 - Check-in:

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Boarding at 18:00 (6 pm) in Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola – Dinner on board and night at the marina.


Day 2

From the marina the yacht will depart for a short sail across to the Baths marine park (6 nm/1 hour). Enjoy snorkeling in the most beautiful spot of the BVI or hike from the beach to Devil Bay through a maze of giant’s boulders. After lunch, the boat will set sail for another short navigation (6 nm/1 hour) to Prickly Pear Island located in the Virgin Gorda Sound.


Day 3

Starting at 8 am the yacht will sail across from Virgin Gorda to Anegada (12 nm/2 hours). Once at anchor and after lunch you can take a safari bus from Setting Point to Loblolly Bay located on the North Shore (taxi price: 15 usd/pax). Throughout the trip enjoy the beautiful features of the Sunken Island (flamingos, salt ponds, breathtaking white sandy beaches).


Day 4

Our yacht will depart at 8 am for a 2 hours navigation and will stop at Monkey Point, Guana Island. It is described as one of the best snorkeling spot on the island with plenty of turtles and school of fishes very close to shore. After lunch the boat will set sail for Cane Garden Bay (6 nm/1 hour) were we will stay overnight. You can enjoy there a nice walk on the sandy beach that nested in between coconuts trees and the local village.


Day 5

The yacht will depart to Sandy Cay (3 nm/30 minutes) a national park donated by the Rockefeller family to the BVI’s. Ask for the crew to dinghy you ashore and enjoy a beautiful short trail through the island. The boat will then anchor off White Bay for lunch. Nested in between palm trees you will discover the infamous Soggy Dollar Bar home of the painkiller cocktail. Then your captain will motor across Great Harbor for the evening.


Day 6

At 9.30 am you will set sail to West End, Tortola (3 nm/30 minutes) and anchor off at Soppers Hole marina a beautiful Caribbean Harbor worth the visit. After lunch the captain will navigate to the Indians Marine Park (4 nm/45 minutes) where you can enjoy a snorkeling in crystal clear waters. The Bight Bay will be your overnight anchor. This bay is famous for being the location of the famous William Thorton, a ship turned into a bar.


Day 7

At 8.30 am the yacht will depart from the Bight and sail to the Rhone marine park (6 nm/1 hour) were you can snorkel on top of the steamer wreck that sank in 1867 during a hurricane. After lunch the yacht will be anchoring at Manchioneel Bay, Cooper Island (1.5 nm/15 minutes) for the last night. This beach is often mentioned as one the best in the BVI’s.

Morning sailing back to base at Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola  – Disembarkation at 9.00 am.


The route may be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.