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Hop aboard a British Virgin Islands yacht charter, soaking up the golden rays and the laid-back atmosphere of the Caribbean. In this premier yachting destination, you will cruise from island to island with absolute ease and luxury.
With 60 unique and alluring islands, you are certain to find your side of paradise. From spectacular diving and sprawling white beaches to exhilarating water sports and vibrant nightlife, there’s plenty to captivate you and your group. Tell your captain to take you to the brilliant turquoise shores of an uninhabited island, where you can enjoy complete seclusion. Your personal chef will prepare you a five-star meal to enjoy on your own private island. Anchor in Great Harbor and try a famous Painkiller at the Soggy Dollar Bar. On Jost Van Dyke, you can hop from beach bar to beach bar sipping delicious drinks and meeting new people. Return to your yacht for a facial and massage. Dance the rest of the night away under the stars, as you float along on the gentle Caribbean waves.
Sit back and unwind with the sea breeze. On your British Virgin Islands yacht charter, your utopia becomes a reality.
Explore- These islands are consistently ranked at the top of every yachting destination list not only for their opulence, but also because there is so much to entertain you. The BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival is a must-see event, held at the end of March through the beginning of April. Experience the thrill of the finest racing in the Caribbean. All sorts of lavish parties take place during the regatta, so you’ll get to mingle with people from all over the world.
For even more blood-pumping adventure, climb the giant granite boulders of the Baths, also known as “bouldering.” Afterward, dip your toes in the soothing rock pools. From there, hike Devil’s Bay Trail, which winds through phenomenal rock formations that leave you in awe. Explore the dazzling shores of the picturesque Devil’s Bay National Park. Trek to Virgin Gorda Peak, where you’ll find a tower with an intoxicating panoramic view.
Alternatively, head out via tender to Anegada. Go conch diving and snorkelling at the gorgeous Horseshoe Reef. Be sure to visit Flamingo Pond, where you can watch graceful pink flamingos and other sea birds. In the British Virgin Islands, there’s so much more than can be listed here. Countless adventures await you on your British Virgin Islands yacht charter.
Diving- From effervescent reefs to the world’s finest wreck sites, divers will fall in love with the world that lies beneath the British Virgin Islands’ sparkling waters. Just off Salt Island, dive the RMS Rhone, the most renowned wreck site in the Caribbean. This Royal mail steamship was sunk by a hurricane in 1867 and now sits 80 feet below on the sea bottom. For underwater photography, plunge into the waters at Angelfish Reef, where you can capture the rocky canyons bustling with marine life including sea turtles, sharks, and lobsters. In the waters close to the Baths, just 15-30 feet deep, discover the maze of grottos and dens swarming with colorful fish and other sea life. On your British Virgin Islands yacht charter, you’ll uncover a glorious aquatic kingdom.
Beaches- The sandy shores of the British Virgin Islands are among the best in the world. Visit the unforgettable Loblolly Beach for the best shore-entry snorkelling. Consistently ranked among the top beaches in the world, the white sands stretch for miles. If you’re seeking an exciting day on the waters, anchor near Cane Garden Bay on Tortola for a day of water-skiing, or go surfing on the North Shore. For the more adventurous, take a parasailing trip. Carried by the sea breeze, you’ll have a bird’s eye view, as you glide over the glimmering bay. The gem of these islands is Virgin Gorda. Take a tender to the island and soak in the gorgeous waters at the Baths. Then, take a sea kayak to explore the mysterious hidden caves and coves on the islands, or hike to Devil’s Bay National Park. Stop for a drink at the bar near the top. At the end of your hike, the trail opens to reveal less-crowded shores. On your British Virgin Islands yacht charter, you’ll discover miles upon miles of irresistible sandy shores highlighted by azure waters.
History- The rich history of the British Virgin Islands will fascinate you and your group. Visit the Callwood Distillery, which has produced rum for the last 400 years. Enjoy a drink while you learn about the history and the process of rum making. Tour the remains of plantations and forts scattered throughout the islands like Fort Burt on the edge of Road Town, or Fort Recovery/Tower Fort, which dates back to the 1600s. The latter is rumored to be the site where pirate Laffite buried his gold and jewels. Stop by Her Majesty’s Prison Museum to learn about insurrections, crime, and punishment of the past. On your British Virgin Islands yacht charter, you’ll be intrigued by these historical sites and many more.
Dining– The range of dining options here will suit even the most fastidious diners. At CocoMaya, savor Asian cuisine with a beachfront view. After dinner, have a few drinks in the fireside lounge, as you marvel at nature’s splendor. With a view of the winsome Sir Francis Drake Channel, Brandywine Estate Restaurant offers delectable Mediterranean cuisine and impeccable service. Alternatively, feast on a five-star meal, topped off by fine wine and first-class service, aboard your British Virgin Islands yacht charter.
The Best Time To Go- Leave the winter winds behind and book your British Virgin Islands yacht charter in December to April.
Weather- In December to March, the average temperature is 78°F. In July and August, the hottest part of the year, the average is 82°F. The maximum temperature hovers between 84-90°F. There average rainfall is 6-9 inches per month. June to November is hurricane season.
Airports– Because there are no nonstop flights available to British Virgin Islands, most people travel to airports on the neighboring islands such as Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, Antigua, or St. Maarten. From these islands, travelers can fly to Terrence B. Lettsome Airport (EIS), the main airport on the British Virgin Islands.
Marinas– The British Virgin Islands offer numerous fine marinas. Yacht Club Costa Smeralda & Marina in North Sound, Virgin Gorda provides 38 slips for yachts of up to 288 feet. Bitter End Yacht Club Marina in Virgin Gorda provides dockage for yachts up to 180 feet. Peter Island Marina accommodates yachts up to 175 feet. Scrub Island Marina
offers five slips for megayachts up to 170 feet. Moorings Marina in
Road Town, Tortola provides dockage for 130 yachts up to 180 feet. Village Cay Marina also in Road Town, Tortola caters to yachts up to 190 feet.
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TOP 10 THINGS TO DO
- Attend BVI Spring Regatta
- Celebrate New Year’s Eve
- Soak in the Baths
- Enjoy a drink at Bitter End Yacht Club
- Snorkel at Loblolly Beach
- Dive the famous RMS Rhone wreck
- Trek to Virgin Gorda Peak’s viewing tower
- Visit the Callwood Distillery
- Hike to Devil’s Bay National Park
- Go deep-sea fishing for blue marlin
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TOP 10 RESTAURANTS
- Brandywine Estate Restaurant
- Dove Restaurant
- The Sugar Mill Restaurant
- The Pavilion at Little Dix Bay
- The Sugar Mill
- Oil Nut Bay
- The Rock Cafe Treehouse
- Cardamom & Co.
- YCCS – Yacht Club Costa Smeralda
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