Crewed Charters British Virgin Islands
Sailboats up to 2 guests
Sailboats 2-4 guests
Sailboats up to 6 guests
Sailboats up to 8 guests
Sailboats 8 guests or more
Captain Only Yachts
Luxury Yachts
Motor Yachts 2-4 guests
Motor Yachts up to 6 guests
Motor Yachts 6 guests or more
Honeymoon Yachts
Family Yachts
Diving Yachts
 

BVI Area Attractions
Select an area to explore: anegada | jost van dyke | tortola | virgin gorda

Crewed Charters, British Virgin Islands: The Beautiful British Virgin Islands are described as "Nature's Little Secret". Minutes after casting off, the adventure begins & you will find yourself cruising in an abundance of quiet & protected anchorages, with white sand, palm fringed beaches and crystal clear waters alive with beautiful corals & colourful tropical fish. Our diving and snorkelling is rated among the best in the world. Over sixty dive sites are chartered, many within a recently established underwater National Park System. Innumerable virgin reefs remain unexplored. Vertical walls, underwater pinnacles, coral reefs, caverns and wrecks - most notably the RMS Rhone which sank in 1867. Perfect for a family vacation, romantic Honeymoon or a fun vacation with friends.

Come and experience the smooth sailing, laid-back atmosphere and attentive service. Your crew are here to make your vacation the best that you have ever had! By far the most popular charter area (and the easiest to sail) is the Virgin Islands. These Islands are more sheltered from the open ocean than other Caribbean areas, they are close to each other and there are numerous quiet and flat calm anchorages. You rarely need to sail more than an hour or two to get from one place to the next, and will quite often stop somewhere for lunch and end up somewhere else for dinner. There are dozens of quiet anchorages to enjoy, many excellent spots for diving and snorkeling, a variety of shore excursions are possible and you can always find something going on in the evening, it that's your goal. Most smaller yachts operate out of St Thomas as it's easier to fly into, though you'll sail into and spend most of your time in the British Virgin Islands. The larger yachts that carry more than six passengers operate out of Tortola in the British Virgins rather than St Thomas.

Comprised of 36 islands, dotted around 59 square miles, in the Caribbean (16 of which are inhabited); about 80 kilo meters 960 miles) east of Puerto Rico, north of the Leeward Islands, and adjacent to the U.S. Virgin Islands; principal islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke. Among the most frequently visited of the BVI's handful of inhabited islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Beef Island, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Peter, Mosquito, and Guana Islands. All of these lilting place names reflect idyllic sites for unwinding, wriggling your toes in the sand, and absorbing the tranquil pleasures of sunshine and sapphire seas.

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