Moorings, which is based in Tortola, is the most trusted charter outfit in the region. They can arrange everything from bareboat adventures to crewed yachts on their fleet of two- to six-cabin boats. Both monohull and catamarans are available, and the majority of the boats are less than three years old.
The Baths are Virgin Gorda’s most (and perhaps only) iconic sight. A geological wonder located on the island’s southwestern tip, the area is comprised of dramatic granite rock formations that form sheltered pools along the white sand beach. The boulders, which can be up to 40 feet wide, are believed to be the product of volcanic rock being slowly weathered into rounded shapes over the years. Follow the winding paths through the stone structures—or scale them, if you’re feeling adventures—to find a pristine white-sand beach with clear, shallow waters called Devil’s Bay. A popular place for day trips from nearby resorts and yachts to moor, the national park can get crowded. Arrive early to have as many of the Baths’ grottoes and seawater pools to yourself.