My wife and I thought a week in the BVI's would make for a wonderful family vacation. Our girls love the water, and a few stories about tropical islands and long forgotten pirate hideouts had them talking about the trip months before we left. I asked a couple we have known for a long time if they would like to join us, they said yes, and the trip was a go. We decided on Isle Dance II because it had four state rooms with four heads, and a slew of features such as in mast furling and an electric winch. We arrived in the early afternoon on a Saturday and slept aboard that night. That allowed us to get to know the boat and put away a few provisions (we had ordered ahead for the dry goods and heavy stuff which they delivered right to the boat). We then walked to the local grocery to pick out the fresh goods. Saturday night we discovered one of the battery chargers wasn't charging. Sunday morning they changed it out while we were doing our chart briefing -kudos to Anthony, Chris, Laura, and Berdie. We were off the dock, headed to Peter Island before we knew it. The boat handled well and we had plenty of breeze. At one point we reefed the sails a little but it was a snap with furling main and jib. The girls were on top of the world when they got to helm the boat (the boat has dual wheels). Every place we went was better than the place we left. I suggest buying a cruising guide ahead of time and put together an itinerary based on your interests. There is more than you can possibly do or see in one or two weeks.The week was over before we knew it. Everyone was a little sad when we pulled up to the dock, but it was exciting talking to the next wave of charterers as they prepared to embark on their vacation.