BVI Boat - about the Virgin Islands
The BVI are the premier boat charter destination and home to one of the the world's largest charter fleets. On this page we feature some useful and interesting information about boat charters in the BVI.
Anegada is the only “flat” island in the BVI. The island is essentially at sea level with its highest point reaching only 28 feet. And unlike the other islands in the BVI, Anegada is not a volcanic island.
Located in the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean, Antigua is an ideal yacht charter destination for those seeking adventure and relaxation.
Best Diving Sites in the BVI
The BVI have some of the best diving sites in the world, and here is your guide to which areas are the best of the best.
Bitter End Yacht Club
Bitter End Yacht Club is the premiere luxury water sports resort in the BVI.
Boat charters in the US Virgin Islands
US Virgin Islands boast pristine turquoise waters, stunningly beautiful coral reefs, untouched tropical forests and more, and they are just a short flight away from the US.
Catamaran charters - why chartering a catamaran?
Catamaran charters are gaining in popularity. Here you can learn why..
Cooper Island offers many water activities, including swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, and scuba diving.
Diving charters in the BVI
The BVI are best known for perfect sailing conditions, but they also have more than 100 dive sites well worth an underwater visit.
Exploring the BVI
The BVI offers a variety of things to do for all ages and interests. When visiting the BVI you can revel in the beauty of nature, explore history, learn something new, or just have fun.
Family charters in the BVI
Many boats in the BVI offer special discounts for families.
Honeymoon charters in the BVI
The Virgin Islands are the perfect Honeymoon destination.
Jost Van Dyke
At roughly 8 square kilometers, and about 3 square miles Jost Van Dyke is the smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands.
Norman Island is a 2.5 (4 km) long, uninhabited island in the British Virgin Islands. Its size may be smaller than the islands to the northwest; however, Norman Island is anything but insignificant.
Peter Island in the British Virgin Islands offers secluded beaches and dramatic views.
Pirates of the Caribbean
Adventures on the High Seas Abound on BVI Yacht Charters.
Road Town Dining
Road Town, Tortola has a wide selection of dining choices that appeal to any taste preference.
Named after its salt ponds, which were once an important resource, Salt Island is now famous as a scuba diving destination.
Sint Maarten (or Saint Martin) is a unique island in the Caribbean because it is the only island that is shared by two countries.
St Thomas - things to do
A Virgin Island yacht charter would not be complete without a trip to St. Thomas. Enjoy your yacht charter in St. Thomas and see all that the island has to offer.
Huge boulders and pools of tranquil water along with natural grottos create a scenic area that is unmatched.
The Painkiller (drink)
The Painkiller of the British Virgin Islands is one of the most popular mixed drinks in the Caribbean.
The Soggy Dollar Bar
The Soggy Dollar Bar is regularly rated in the top five beach bars in the world.
The island of Virgin Gorda is the third largest of the BVI chain of islands. The popular boating destination was so named by Christopher Columbus, because he felt that the profile of the island resembled a “Fat Virgin” lying on her side.
Virgin Islands - the sailing capital of the world
The Virgin Islands are considered the sailing capital of the world.
Water sports on your BVI yacht charter
You will have an endless number of activities in which to indulge on your BVI yacht charter.
Willy T Floating Bar
Willy T floating bar and restaurant is a popular site for visitors to Norman Island in the BVI.
Yacht charter weddings and honeymoons
What better way to spend you honeymoon sailing the beautiful BVI.
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