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Welcome to the British Virgin Islands! Located in the Caribbean, to the east of Puerto Rico, this beautiful destination has to be your next sailing getaway. The BVI has 4 main Islands: Anegada, Virgin Gorda, Tortola (the biggest one and where the city of Road Town, the capital of the BVI, is located), and Jost Van Dyke. But that’s not all! The British Virgin Islands also consists of about 60 little islands and cays, most of them uninhabited.
When it comes to landscape, all the island have a volcanic origin, except Anegada, which is flat and composed of coral. Weather-wise, the British Virgin Islands enjoy the typical Caribbean and tropical climate. So you are in for a treat!
Are you ready for one of the most exciting sailing destinations of the Caribbean? Catamaran British Virgin Island Charter allows you to experience and discover some well-known must visit sites as well as some hidden spots that will captivate you.
BVI sailing will take you to the Norman Island & the Indians. Located at the southern part of the BVI archipelago, Norman Island is well-known for being the inspiration of the pirate novel Treasure Island. Popular among cruisers due to is three water-level caves, Norman Island is the destination if you are a snorkelling enthusiast. While sailing in the Catamaran British Virgin Island you will visit the Angelfish Reef, where sea turtles are spotted, The Bight, home of the Willy T and Pirates Bight, Kelly’s Cove, a top bay for snorkeling, and The Indians, the most amazing underwater national park, packed with beautiful corals and a great variety of plant life. One of the top BVI snorkeling sites!
Getting to BVI is quite simple: you can either fly to Tortola’s International airport or you can fly to St. Thomas (US Virgin Islands) and take a ferry to BVI. The first option would be the quickest, but probably the more expensive one, as the number of flights is quite limited. Reaching your destination by flying to St. Thomas first might take you longer but it is definitely cheaper as St. Thomas is one of the most important airports in the area.
Catamaran British Virgin Island charter will continue to Cooper Island and Peter Island. Cooper Island is a top choice among wreck divers. While diving and snorkelling, you will be able to see some of the vessels that were intentionally placed underwater for making your experience more entertaining. While sailing in Cooper Island don’t miss out on snorkelling in Manchioneel Bay: an incredible reef full of different kinds of fishes. Deadman’s Bay is also a must-see. If you are lucky enough you might even come across sea turtles. Jost Van Dyke Island is also a destination you will visit during your British Virgin Island catamaran charter vacation. This super small deserted island has top snorkelling spots along the Little Jost Van Dyke. What makes it more popular are its beach cafes where you can enjoy some tasty local cuisine and delicious drinks while enjoying the sunset.
Following the itinerary, catamaran British Virgin Island charter will get you to The Baths in Virgin Gorda Island: a geological collection of massive granite boulders of up to 40 feet in diameter, white-sanded beaches and off-the-beaten-path rock pools that are definitely worth a visit.
You don’t have to be a snorkelling expert to enjoy your BVI catamaran charter holiday and everything BVI has to offer. Although snorkelling is a must-do activity (amateurs are more than welcome to give it a go!), BVI sailing will provide you with astonishing sunsets, super fun beach bars, romantic walks along pristine white-sanded beaches, and wild nature at its best. BVI sailing awaits!
What to bring for your sailing the British Virgin Islands sailing holidays
Now that you know a little bit more about your next travel destination, let’s talk about everything you need to consider when sailing British Virgin Island. Please be aware that long sun exposure can be risky. Even if you are not sunbathing but just going for a walk on the beach or swimming, be conscious of your skin. The first thing you need to pack for sailing the British Virgin Island is sunscreen (+50 waterproof), sunglasses, hats, and anything you use to protect yourself from the sun. Walking shoes and night clothes are also recommended if you decide to step out of the water and enjoy some time on land. Happy sailing!