Saba 50 is an all-inclusive luxury crewed catamaran based in the Virgin Islands.

This Saba sleeps up to ten guests in 5 spacious cabins. All cabins with en suite washrooms and shower stalls.

 This 2015 Yacht just received $150,000 worth of upgrades including new soft goods, solar panels, double the fridge and freezer capacity, and Dive compressor!

**Available for Thanksgiving,  Xmas and New Year’s!**

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Saba 50 Sample 7 Day Itinerary

 
U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas, St. John, and British Virgin Islands.
 
Day 1, Red Hook, St. Thomas to Francis Bay, St. John.
Red Hook to Francis Bay about-6.5nm. It’s just a short sail across the well-protected Pillsbury Sound to lovely Francis Bay, part of the U.S National Parks, for the evening meal and sunset. Here you can take your first dip into the aqua waters, then have a drink, and unwind from the busy travel day.
 
Day 2, Linster Bay, St. John.
Enjoy the transparent aqua colors while snorkeling at Waterlemmon Cay. If you’re into hiking there is a circa, 1600 sugar mill to hike to and explore. Then off to Sopers Hole to clear into customs, then to Normal Island.
 
Willy T's at Normal Island
Willy T’s at Normal Island
 
Sopers Hole otherwise known as West End on Tortola, has some nice colorful shops for souvenirs, and the Immigration and Customs offices for the BVI’s. Then off to Norman Island, and the popular anchorage known as The Bright. The Bright has several fun places to visit, including the floating bar/restaurant named the Willie T. A replica of a 93-foot lumber schooner. It is known for dancing, jumping off the top, and the shot ski.
Norman Island is also home to the caves at Treasure Point, a fascinating location for snorkeling. Just to the north of Norman Island are Pelican Island and The Indians, four rock pinnacles considered one of the best snorkeling and scuba diving spots in the area.
 

Day 3, Off to Coral Bay, St. John 

 
Hang out for a lunch at a floating taco stand, (Lime Out) then off to a secluded snorkel sight, then sundowner drinks and evening dinner.
 
Norman Island to the Baths on Virgin Gorda Island then to North Sound.
Norman Island to Virgin Gorda, North Sound – 14nm. After sampling the pleasures of Norman Island, your Saba 50 British Virgin Islands sailing itinerary will take you northeast to the beautiful island of Virgin Gorda. About 9 nautical miles from Norman Island, on the southwest end of Virgin Gorda, is The Baths, a fascinating jumble of granite boulders, some of which form interesting caves to explore. We are not allowed to take the dinghy ashore, you must swim in or snorkel in, which is preferred, this is also a must-see highlight.
Things To Do Virgin Gorda- Visit the Baths.
Things To Do Virgin Gorda- Visit the Baths
 
Another option is stopping at The Dog islands, a cluster of small islands off Virgin Gorda’s western shore. The snorkeling is spectacular. Then off to North Sound, about 5 nautical miles you’ll find a plethora of marinas, resorts, restaurants, and scenic anchorages. Many sailors allocate two days to explore Virgin Gorda.
 
Day 4, After a morning swim, were off to Salt Pond Bay. A wonderful beach with a perfect place to snorkel, or hike the local trails to unique sights. Play in the water with our aqua mat, paddleboards, or play on the beach with Jam Can, or paddle ball.
North Sound to Marina Cay
Virgin Gorda North Sound to Marina Cay- 8nm. By now you’re completely in sailing mode. The stresses of life have faded, washed away with the combination of excellent sailing conditions, paralleled Caribbean beauty, along with fine dining and a variety of pleasures ranging from the laid back music to the fun activities on board. A downwind passage of roughly 8 nautical miles from North Sound to the small island of Marina Cay will carry you along the south shore of Scrub Island, to a secure and comfortable anchorage for the evening.
 
Just northeast of Tortola, is Marina Cay. It is nestled among three larger islands- Great Camanoe, Scrub and Beef. Worthy of a painting by one of the great artists of history, Marina Cay’s beauty is breathtaking. The anchorage is sheltered and offers numerous mooring balls. Nearby Trellis Bay is also beautiful. It has a number of shops and restaurants.
 
Day 5, Off to Megan’s Bay, St. Thomas offers one of the largest beautiful beaches in the whole area. Walk the beach for seashells, people watch, a drink at the bar, or play in the water with the water toys.
 

Marina Cay to Cane Garden Bay

 
Marina Cay to Cane Garden Bay – 18nm. In a few shorts legs, you can sail northward around Scrub and Great Camanoe islands into the open waters caressing the northern shore of Tortola, passing the long tip of Guana Island, where a day anchorage is available at Monkey Point. Beyond, the land runs straight and bold and then curves south until you arrive at picturesque Cane Garden Bay.
 
Many residents of Tortola consider the bay one of the prettiest on the island, with its crescent-shaped beach of fine white sand juxtaposed against a lush backdrop of swaying palms. A number of fun nightspots are located right on the beach, or close to it, and dancing, dining, and enjoying great island cuisine are all popular pursuits.
 
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Day 6, Leaving Megan’s Bay for a day sail to Honeymoon Beach.
Fishing along the way, hoping for a bite, always looking for the Tuna or the Wahoo. Then an afternoon at Honeymoon beach for snorkeling, beach play, drinks, and fun.
Off to Jost Van Dyke, White Bay, and Great Harbour
Cane Garden Bay to White Bay and Great Harbour- 5nm.
 
Your British Virgin Islands itinerary has taken you east to the northern end of Virgin Gorda, and then progressed downwind to the west back to Tortola. There’s no reason to stop sailing west because the scenic island of Jost Van Dyke is just a short cruise away. You’ll have plenty of time to stop at Soggy Dollar at White Bay, for some snorkeling and a tasty lunch. Then over to Great Harbour. There are numerous anchorages or mooring sites at Great Harbour. Peaks averaging 1,000 feet in elevation soar skyward from the shore of Great Harbour, home to Foxy’s, one of the most famous bar/restaurants in the Caribbean.
 
Day 7, St. Johns & St.Thomas
Great Harbour to St. John, USVI Island – 4nm. The last moments of your Virgin Islands sailing itinerary will take you to either St. John, USVI to clear back into U.S. Customs at Cruz Bay, then off to St. Thomas, USVI for departure.
 
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Crew

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Saba 50 crew

SABA 50 Sample Menu

Morning Delights Aboard Saba 50

Egg and Zucchini Frittata
Caribbean Pancakes with Fresh Fruit
Maple Pecan Quinoa with Fruit
Cinnamon Raisin French Toast with Apple Compote
Omelettes or Eggs to Order with Assorted Breads, Bacon, and Sausages Daily

Mid-Day Meals

Fish Tacos and Exotic Bean Salad
Gilligan’s Chicken Salad
Pork Lettuce Wraps
Zoppa Toscana Soup
Chicken and Cabbage Salad ala Karen

Fish Tacos on Saba 50
Fish Tacos

Afternoon Tapas

Zesty Cucumber Bites
Caprese Salad
Crab Parmesan Dip
Coconut Shrimp Bites
Zesty Bacon Cheesy Bread

Evening Fares

Coconut Crusted Mahi Mahi with Coconut Rice and Mango Salsa
Grilled Steak with Hasselback Potatoes and Wedge Salad
Pan Fried Salmon with Brown Rice over Spinach and Snap Peas
Peppy Shrimp Pasta with Sautéed Vegetables and a Caesar salad
Parmesan Crusted Chicken over Fresh Cauliflower Rice

salmon aboard saba 50
Salmon dinner

Sweet Tooth and Tasty Treats

Oreo Cheesecake
Molten Chocolate Lava Cakes
Bananas Foster with Ice Cream
Banana Cream Cheesecake
Karen’s Peanut Butter Delights

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