Cuan Law Sailing Blog

You watched with awe the devastation across the Caribbean, caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. A story that gripped the world.

Though there has been much physical damage, the British Virgin Islands are not devastated. In less than 8 weeks these resilient people have shown their determination in pulling off one of the greatest recoveries in documented history, but they still need your help.

The BEST way to help long term, is to come to BVI and have a great time. Every dollar you spend is helping to reignite the economy and provide jobs for those who have lost so much. For more information about visiting the BVI go to

This is only the beginning for the recovery for BVI. Stay tuned to watch never before seen footage of the initial stages of relief, the genesis of a plan for the future and how to get involved in making this nation stronger, smarter, greener and even better than before.

To see the next episode of the BVI Strong Series, tune into the Aerial Produced YouTube channel January 18th.

For more about the film and the filmmakers behind Aerial Produced visit

New Look at the Baths in Virgin Gorda

If you have ever been on a Cuan Law charter you know Friday is the beach BBQ in Spring Bay. Our chefs prepare a beach side barbecue complete with grilled hamburgers, hot dogs, mahi and shrimp with all the sides. Our guided hike thru the Baths along the water edge is a guest favorite. Cold beers, painkillers and rum punch are on the ready when guests arrive to the bbq.

Here are some photos from our most recent visit to Spring Bay, Virgin Gorda. The green is coming back and the palm trees are filling up again. We hope to see you back soon!

Best crew possible!

The crew for Cuan Law are too good for words! To say they’re accomodating wouldn’t do them justice. They cooked amazing meals, made delicious drinks, and always had a smile and a fun story! They were a delight and by the end of the trip felt like the friends we were diving with. Speaking of diving the 2 DMs were great under water and had many suggestions for sites. There was a day we had a few dives scheduled around an island and the first site was pretty poor vis for the Caribbean and so we pulled anchor and just went to another island. It was incredible to giant stride off the back of the boat onto ship wrecks and take the tender out under the moon light for a night dive. When we weren’t diving or eating we were lounging around the top or playing watersports. We were always given the opportunity to go ashore or kayak or tube or hobiecat. You really can’t beat the experience!

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Super trip on the Cuan Law!

What a great trip! We chartered Cuan Law, a motor sailing trimaran, for our annual trip for a group of 20 divers. The 10 cabins grouped around the salon are spacious, each with private bath. The entire crew was super, so customer oriented! Capt. Jamie scheduled 4 dives per day for us and with help form Dive Instructor Chris and Dive Master Travis they did not repeat dive sites and sought out the best times and conditions to put us in the water. The diving was diverse – reefs, ship wrecks, even an airplane wreck all with healthy coral and fish populations.

Chef Sue created amazing food and managed everyone’s special dietary requests with ease. Engineer Jesse kept all systems on the boat going. All of the friendly & happy crew bent over backward to accommodate our requests. Besides diving we enjoyed visits to Salt Island and the Baths at Virgin Gorda.

We highly recommend Cuan Law, it was a great vacation!
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