Boat Specifications: She is 104’ x 44’ trimaran. Crazy big, comfortable and has a first class crew. Jamie (originally from South Africa) is the Captain and has high praises along with the entire crew. The boat has 10 each - 2 person cabins and 7-8 crew-members. Cuan Law is in a particular niche-she is not a crazy hard core liveaboard. You can expect 17-19 dives during the week as well as topside activities in this compact cluster of islands. Expect a wonderful week of diving, island hopping and sample a bit of beach bar b que at the Baths on Virgin Gorda. Hike to the top of Salt Cay for a champagne toast or cocktail, Check out the beach bars, snorkel activities, Hobie Cat sailing, wakeboarding. kayaking… Lots to do and if you are on a dive and your non diving partner is on board they can enjoy some of the topside eco adventures.
All diving is done off of the stern dive deck or off of the 2 tenders.This makes it very convenient, and comfortable . There is always a dive instructor in the water with guests. If we are anchored for lunch or an afternoon beach excursion you can always get in an extra dive off of the stern dive deck with a crew member as your diving buddy.
The Rhone is one of the most amazing wrecks. Extremely large and unique we typically start this off as a pre breakfast dive, then add 2 more day dives plus a night dive. There are also other fun things to do during the day while off gassing.
Typical diving encompasses is a large variety of pinnacles, canyons, shallow coral gardens and wrecks scattered throughout the islands. Maximum depths rarely exceed 80 feet.
If diving is not your pleasure or you want to take a break we have a full compliment of cocktails, beer and wine to enjoy. The crew will be happy to mix you a Bloody Mary, painkiller or frozen smoothie with or without alcohol. If you like Kahlua in your coffee you may have that as well. Water, lemonade and soft drinks are always available.
The main salon is comfortable with an array of leather sofas and chairs. There is also a nice bar area as well as relaxing aft deck or topside to enjoy the gentle tradewinds. There is also a nice separate TV room and lounge area for watching a movie away from the main salon. Cabins are spacious with Queen or twin beds and private bath.
Whenever possible, the captain shuts off the motor and the sails go up as the Cuan Law moves silently from one anchorage to another.
The crew is very professional and welcoming. The food is just amazing with a large variety to suit every taste. Fresh fruit and cookies are served in the morning, and crab cakes, cheese platters etc. in the afternoon with cocktails.
Sunset watches and topside fun is par for the course.
Cuan Law is a Sunday-Saturday cruise. Board Sunday at 12pm and the boat leaves by 12:30pm. Latest flight arrival should be 12:30pm on the island. The tender can always go back in and pick up a late flight passenger but it is so much nicer to be there and enjoy the full day on Saturday.
Rate $2845.00* (Cash or check price) includes all port fees. Airport transfers are $15.00 each way.
A non-refundable deposit of $825 per person will hold your spot. Balance due is Nov. 1.
I would recommend arriving a day early on Saturday. If you want to overnight in Tortola-I recommend www.villagecaybvi.com This is a great little property. 5 minutes from Cuan Law dock. Clean rooms, 2 comfortable beds, ac, nice bar, pool and has a nice marina view and breakfast. They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We have secured a $115.00 total room night rate for 2 people. You just need to let them know you are a Cuan Law passenger when making reservations. Maureen is the manager.
There are 2 options for getting to Tortola (EIS) Beef Island airport code. Fly through San Juan (SJU) and then take Seaborne air from SJU to EIS. Maybe a 20 minute flight. They are the best and a larger airplane. Right now Sun Country has a flight to San Jaun for just $325