A summer reminder – why is Cuan Law such a great option for Families?

Hi again. We are often asked about why Cuan Law is a good choice for families and the answers vary as much as your family does – which is one the main reasons were are so often such a good fit.

It is not easy to find a location that all ages will enjoy. The kids can get bored staying at the same spot for a week – well we don’t do that as we move as often as the group want to. Mom and Dad are maybe hankering to try some sailing, or water skiing and we do do that and the in-laws just want to soak up the sun and splash around a bit. Well, we can help with that as well.

With 10 large cabins, that can ALL be made up either either the 1 queen bed, or 2 twins there is a lot of flexibility regarding how many can join us on board. That’s right – up to 20 people all eating and hanging out together, but also with enough space to get out on deck, into the water, onto shore for strolls, or hikes and so much more. There is no lower or upper age limit on private wholeboat family trips AND you guys set the schedule. If you have potential SCUBA divers – even if they have never tried it before – we have at least 2 instructors on board to help make that happen. If you know ahead of time that SCUBA is NOT for your family than that’s 100% OK too. If you have beachcombers in the group they can get to shore every day, and if you’re worried about motion sickness, with our 3, yes 3 hulls, we are very very stable.

About food allergies… yes we have you covered and as long as as you give us some notice we will do our best to get your favorite brands of beverages on board. See you soon…?

BVI Wreck Week June 16-22, 2024

So you like gentle Wreck Diving and fun out of the water too? Well BVI Wreck Week which runs June 16 (Father’s Day) to June 22 is one to mark on your calendar.

If you can join us, Cuan Law will take you to the amazing featured wreck dives, and we will also try to coordinate as many of the above water activities for you as possible as well. Not only that, but we will do our best to be sure that you don’t miss out on a shore visit to the amazing Baths on Virgin Gorda. Even if you can’t join us on board you can still be a part of the raft of activities that week, ranging from beach clean-ups to Lion Fish tastings! We don’t normally try to tell travelers what route to get back home, but if you are already planning to be here in the BVI we recommend that you stay the night of the 22nd so that you won’t miss any of the finale at Nanny Cay.

So, about those wrecks.. well, they range from a Royal Mail steam/sail vessel, the RMS Rhone that sank in 1867, to a refugee from Pearl Harbour, the Kodiak Queen, to a refrigerator ship, the Chikuzen, that ended up beneath the waves in the late 1980’s to 2 amazing purpose-crafted Art Reefs – the result of devastation from the Hurricane Irma and Maria that swept the BVI in September 2017. All are easily accessible at less than 100ft and all vary in their state of reabsorption to the environment. All have become homes to an abundance of fish and invertebrates. Definitely worth a visit!