It’s for good reason that the lush British Virgin Islands, an archipelago of 60 islands and cays located in the northeast Caribbean Sea, have long been a popular destination for sociable sailors.
BVI White-sand beaches? Check. Luxury waterfront resorts? Check. Chic boutique shopping? Excellent restaurants? Laid-back bars? Check, check and check again. A BVI bareboat yacht charter gives you the freedom to explore the beautiful islands stretching around the protected Sir Frances Drake Channel at your own pace, moving between the larger islands - Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada, famous for its lobster – and those that are smaller and more intimate.
Easy deep-water hops, line-of-sight navigation and consistent trade winds make for a relaxing and family-friendly sailing experience. Coral reefs alive with hundreds of different tropical fish and every form of exotic sea-life make for superb snorkelling and scuba-diving in the crystal clear turquoise waters. Whatever your preference of vacation activity, the rum is plentiful, the drums are contagious and you are bound to come back from a BVI sailing vacation with a few new friends, a few less inhibitions and a very chilled new attitude.
Arguably BVI Bareboat Yacht Charter is the most famous sailing destination in the world, a charter from Tortola won’t ever disappoint. Suitable for sailors of all levels the warm trade winds, sheltered waters and line-of-sight navigation provide more than enough reason for that well earned sundowner at the end of a hard days relaxing.