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Time of Your Life Adventures offers custom sailing vacations in the BVI & USVI aboard our 41 foot catamaran, Mango. Join us for a few days, a week, or more sailing and exploring the Virgin Islands.


Time of Your Life Adventures offers custom sailing vacations in the BVI & USVI aboard our 41 foot catamaran, Mango. Join us for a few days, a week, or more sailing and exploring the Virgin Islands. Time of Your Life Adventures provides 1- 6 people a relaxing, and fun vacation experience. Swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, paddle boarding or learning to sail, your crew is ready to show you the time of your life.
Your crew has been sailing the Virgin Islands full time for the past 3 years and grew up sailing here on family vacations. Dine on delicious meals, prepared by our Le Cordon Bleu Chef, with beautiful views. Want to try some of the fabulous restaurants the Caribbean has to offer, we can arrange that too. A great thing about sailing the Virgin Islands is that there are many places to go and things to see within a short distance of each other.
Each trip is based on the needs and desires of our guests. This depends on many factors:
Do you want to do a little or lots of sailing?
Do you want all meals aboard or would you like some meals ashore?
Quiet anchorages or nighttime entertainment?
Never been here before? No problem. We will make sure you see all the "not to be missed" attractions.
Day stops at places like The Baths, The Indians, The Caves, Sandy Cay, The Dogs or Monkey Point. Perhaps you want to add a stop at Jost Van Dyke! This island has great beach bars and restaurants like the Soggy Dollar, Foxy's, Ivan's, Sydney's and many more. On Virgin Gorda in the North Sound there is Leverick Bay, Saba Rock, and the Bitter End Yacht Club which are all nice anchorages. You don’t want to miss some of the other smaller islands such as Cooper, Marina Cay, Guana, Norman.
Prices as listed includes ~ all meals and beverages aboard. The "Special Offer" feature will also be used for quoting other meal plans, pick-up and drop-off options, marina sleep aboard at the beginning or end of your trip, or any other unique details for your trip. Advanced booking is usually required. Last minute booking will be accommodated when possible.

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Each cabin is “boat sized” and has what is roughly a double/queen bed. Your bathroom, or “head” as it is called on a boat, has a sink and marine toilet and shower. Except when sleeping, changing, or attending to personal matters, you will likely not be in your cabin. Rather, you will be relaxing on the front trampoline, in the main salon, cockpit, on deck, in the water, or doing something ashore. Each cabin is made-up with bed linens, pillows, bath towels, and beach towels. The storage for your use in each cabin consists of hanging locker with hangers, and a storage compartment for things like your collapsed luggage.

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The Crew:
This is a truly custom made vacation and is designed around the desires and wishes of you and your party. Your crew will do their best to make sure your charter is a fantastic experience that you will remember with fond memories and want to repeat. The crew will act as your captain, chef, bartender, waiter, tour guide, activities director …

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The extremely consistent weather conditions in the Virgin Islands are one of the reasons this area is considered to be one of the best cruising grounds in the world. The trade winds are nearly constant ranging from 10-25 knots, allowing for wonderful sailing. These cooling trade winds also keep it pleasant aboard. The water temperature ranges from 75 to 84. Daytime temperatures rarely drop below 75°F in the winter or rise above 90°F in the summer. Even on a really warm day, if you are in the shade, you are comfortable because of the trade winds. The night temperatures vary by only 10 degrees.
Hurricane season runs from June through November, but tend to occur closer to the Virgin Islands from late August to late September. We encourage you to purchase trip insurance.
The primary activities for your charter will be based from aboard Mango. These include sailing, swimming, snorkeling, sunning, relaxing, reading, napping, eating, kayaking, and paddle boarding. Your crew can recommend and arrange for additional activities like diving, tours and other excursions depending on the island. The cost of these additional activities is not included in your charter fee.
The itinerary is based on your preferences of activities. The captain will plan the charter to fit your requests. The Virgin Islands offer a tremendous variety of bays and anchorages to visit. It is typically not possible to see everything in one visit. You may need to return again in the future for another charter to see more. The itinerary will also be flexible to accommodate your schedule and activities. Weather, safety, and other considerations may also affect the itinerary.
Food and Meals:
A varied menu will be designed around the food selections on your preference sheet and served aboard. Your crew will prepare and serve your snacks and meals aboard. The crew will try to have your requested beverages available, but it cannot be guaranteed due to limited availability of many products on the Islands. The “ship’s bar” includes beer, wine and liquor. In the Caribbean, Rum is a favorite of the crew for making “boat drinks” before sunset, and sipping after dinner.
Dining Ashore:
Although the food aboard is included, and meals will be provided per your preference sheet, you may have requested a certain number of meals ashore.
You may enjoy the ambiance and menu at some local establishments, which can range from a fancy dinner to a traditional island beach barbeque. When you do dine ashore, you pay the bill. Most guests find a lunch and a dinner ashore provides some additional variety to your charter. You might invite the crew, which is a special treat, but it is not expected. The point is for you to enjoy the islands.
Motion Sickness:
If you are susceptible to motion sickness, then ask your doctor for a prescription (patch), bring a nonprescription treatment, or use acupressure wristbands. Be sure to treat yourself for motion sickness before you are experiencing symptoms.
Snorkel Gear:
You can bring your own mask and snorkel, or use one from the assortment aboard Mango. Fins can be a bit more difficult for travel. Please let us know the shoe sizes for all guests in your party so we can insure in advance that we have the right size fins available.
Music, Books and Games:
Feel free to bring your favorite tunes on CD, iPod, or MP3 player. We have a music & video library, but you may want to bring some of your own to suit your personal tastes. Also, you will find a small selection of books and games aboard.
You are welcome to bring your cell phone. With today’s roaming services most mainland cellular phones will work in the Virgin Islands. Check with your carrier regarding rates and roaming charges when making a connection from the USVI or BVI. AT&T and Sprint are the 2 main providers in the USVI.
The US dollar is the currency used throughout the Virgin Islands, both in the USVI and BVI. Many places accept credit cards. Banking conveniences in the islands are not as readily available as they are stateside, so bring ample cash for situations where credit cards are not used.
The ability to get on-line to access the Internet and get e-mail is increasing throughout the islands. You may find hot spots and Internet cafes at some of our anchorages.
Most folks tend to over pack for their trip. The more you bring, the more you have to carry around and store in your stateroom. If your bag is uncomfortable for you to carry it then you've packed way too much. Travel delays can happen, so consider having a change of clothing in your carry-on luggage. You may want to get into something cooler and more comfortable upon arrival. You may also want to have critical items with you like medications, travel documents, credit and ATM cards, cash, cameras, and other things of value. DON’T FORGET YOUR PASSPORT.
Only pack in soft, collapsible luggage, a duffle-bag, or backpack. The storage for your bags is limited to your stateroom, and there is no storage space for rigid suitcases.
Consider this list for a typical 1-week charter:
Hat and hat clip (to keep it from flying off in the wind)
4 to 5 pairs of shorts
medications (prescriptions need to be in original container)
tooth brush
travel size toothpaste
5 to 6 shirts
2 pairs of shoes for ashore like flip-flops, sandals and maybe tennis shoes
2 to 3 bathing suits
optional – bathing suit cover-up

Snorkel Gear:
You can bring your own mask and snorkel, or use one from the assortment aboard Mango. Fins can be a bit more difficult for travel. Please let us know the shoe sizes for all guests in your party so we can insure in advance that we have the right size fins available.

15% surcharge for Christmas and New Year's charters

Ванных комнат: 3
Спален: 3

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Доплата за каждого последующего гостя 6222 р / ночь после 2 гостей
Плата за уборку 11852 р
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Electrical power in the Virgin Islands is the same 110 VAC as the US mainland, and Mango also has 110 VAC with domestic type outlets, and 12 VDC with car type accessory outlets. You will not need to bring any special power adaptors or inverters. You should bring whatever power cords and chargers are required for any electronic devices you are bringing. Our house batteries are charged by 3 solar panels and have no problem running all electrical items and keeping cameras, cell phones and computers charged and ready to use.
For much of your charter you will either be sailing, aboard at an anchorage, in the water, or going back and forth from a beach or dinghy dock in the dinghy. Figure that most of the time you will be in a swimsuit or shorts and shirt.
You will need to cover up properly when ashore. There are some beach bar/ restaurants where swimming attire is tolerated, but most establishments do ask that you wear appropriate clothes like shorts with shirts, or wraps for the women. A few finer restaurants may prefer a collared sports shirt and slacks for the gentlemen. No jackets or ties. "Smart Casual" is the rule of thumb for everyone. Around town, be sure to wear a shirt and shorts, or a cover-up over your bathing suit. Sometimes shoes are optional, but bikini tops are not appropriate.
Your sandals, flip-flops, or shoes are appropriate
Music, Books and Games:
Feel free to bring your favorite tunes on CD, iPod, or MP3 player. We have a music & video library, but you may want to bring some of your own to suit your personal tastes. Also, you will find a small selection of books and games aboard.
Island Etiquette:
The Virgin Islands has its own culture and customs that can be different from the mainland. It is proper to greet the locals with a "Good Morning", "Good Afternoon" or "Good Evening." Smile and be polite. Remember that everyone is on “Island Time”, so patience is a good thing. Food services and other tasks may take awhile. The beauty of the Virgin Islands is preserved in part by government regulations and the considerate behavior of its visitors. Many of the areas we will be visiting are in marine parks and sanctuaries where the flora and fauna is protected. Do not bring samples of marine life aboard. Leave them in the water or on the beach for others to enjoy.
The use, transportation, or possession of illegal drugs or narcotics, including marijuana, or of any other contraband, or the participation in any other unlawful activity is strictly prohibited. It will result in immediate termination of your stay on Mango and you will be responsible for any costs incurred to get back to St Thomas and home.


Устройства безопасности
Пожарная сигнализация
Детектор угарного газа

Свободные дни
3 ночи — минимальная продолжительность бронирования

2 отзыва

Профиль пользователя Brayden
март 2017
Wow!!! My wife and I, along with another couple, have been traveling together for years; this sailing charter with Kelly and Dianne has been our favorite. The laid back sailing through the BVI was an experience to remember. The food was as good as our 5 star restaurants on island. I would highly recommend the Mango catamaran for any future bookings. 5 stars service and food that we will never forget. Kelly and Dianne were fantastic!!!

Профиль пользователя Corinne
февраль 2017
The trip was very comfortable, good food and good company.

St. Thomas, Виргинские о-ва (США)На сайте с октябрь 2015
Профиль пользователя Kelly

Captain: Kelly Conrader

I am a Coast Guard licensed Master captain.
Growing up I had a sailboat which I sailed and raced, for years. I spent many family vacations sailing in the British Virgin Islands since the late 1970’s. After working several years for a major electronics company, I attended culinary school and after graduation worked as a baker and cook at a catering company, for 10 years in Portland, Oregon. After leaving the catering business, I put my culinary education together with my computer skills and went to work with a restaurant consultant, implementing systems and controls in restaurants. In 2012, I decided it was time for another change! We formed a company, Time of Your Life Adventures, providing sailing adventures in the Caribbean, this had been a dream of ours for a long time.

First Mate: Chef Dianne Winter

I am the First Mate and Chef. I have worked in the culinary field since 1975. I decided to further my education in the culinary arts, and I graduated from Western Culinary institute in 1989 and worked for The Red Lion Hotels. After a couple of years I decided I wanted to teach, so I spent the next 23 years as a Chef Instructor at Le Cordon Bleu Portland, receiving Chef of the Year twice and several Student Appreciation awards (student voted). I have been sailing in the British Virgin Islands since 1999 with Kelly and her family. I have taken several ASA sailing courses over the years both in Portland and the Caribbean.

In 2012, I felt it was time for a change in my life and as I remembered My Mom’s favorite saying “a Turtle only moves forward by sticking out it’s neck“, I decided It was time to Live our Dream. Kelly and I sold almost everything including our house and moved onto our 41 foot Catamaran… S/V Mango!
I Look forward to having you visit on our boat for a Dinner, Daysail, or multi-day Charter!

Mixing Caribbean flavors with French Techniques, as Julia Child would say “Bon Appetite!”

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