The first point of interest were the British Virgin Islands, a fantastic sailing area, with plenty of islands and hidden watering holes.
A paradise for sailors: turquoise waters, innumerable islands, hundreds of whites beaches and mystic bays, and the trade-winds ever present. A manyfold of bars, everyone staged with rum punches and ice-cold beer, of which the most famous drink is the "painkiller" on Jost van Dyke. Islands are close bye, so that yachting becomes synonymous with "eyeball sailing".
Mary Rose spends her winters in the BVI’s helmed by Geri in company of his friends and family. Unforgettable days for all who share their activities, be it on the beaches, be it racing a catamaran around the lagoon.