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Virgin Island Yacht Charter

The islands most commonly known as the Virgin Islands, are made up of the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) and the British Virgin Islands (BVI). Not nearly as well known is the third called the Spanish Virgin Islands, which make up the northern part of the Caribbean chain closest to Puerto Rico. With the exception of St. Thomas, these islands cannot accommodate large commercial jets. However it is easy to make a connection on smaller planes that are available in Puerto Rico to begin your Virgin Island charter. Arriving at these islands may take a little extra effort, but it will be worth every bit of effort put forth and more when you see the incredible beauty these opulent islands have to offer.

No Experience Necessary in the Virgin's

Are you a seasoned sailor with many hours at sea? Maybe this is your first time on the water and you don’t quite have your “sea legs” yet? Either way, the Virgin Islands offers paradise for everyone! With many small, uninhabited islands that provide protection from waves and win, the Virgin Islands are possibly the most sheltered of the Caribbean, just perfect for a yachting vacation. This makes the Virgin Islands more popular for guests who are less seasoned and want to gain experience in the Caribbean enjoying the peaceful luxury of a fully crewed yacht charter. The Virgin Islands are wonderful destinations with plenty of fun-filled activities, tranquil anchorages, and perfect waters to keep both the experienced and inexperienced boaters interested.

Whether your idea of the perfect vacation is to be always on the go or to lay back and soak up the sun, you can be confident that you’ll find whatever you’re looking for, both tranquility and exhilaration, on a Virgin Island yacht charter. The Virgin Islands are a magnificent kaleidoscope of colors. Countless sandy beaches separate the luxurious green forests from the vibrant blue waters of the harbors and coves surrounding them. It may be hard to know which is more inviting; the warm, sandy beaches or the incredibly blue waters. Click here to read client comments: BVI charter reviews.

With many of the Virgin Islands within sight of each other, navigation is easy. There are many protected places that offer stress and worry free anchoring; however, you have nothing to worry about to begin with. Since you are enjoying a fully crewed yacht charter, these things will not be of concern to you. You will express your desires at the beginning of your trip, your captain will layout an itinerary with your approval, and your captain and crew will take care of all the rest. Navigation, anchoring, and every other detail of your trip will be taken care of by someone else. All you will need to do is relax and enjoy your vacation.

Countless Harbors in Close Proximity

The Virgin Islands offer over 20 picture perfect islands that your captain will know intimately. This gives you some options. Maybe you have heard about a particular place that you would like to go, but don’t have any other ideas. Mention that to your captain and he will work that into the itinerary. Perhaps you have no idea of where you would like to go. Just tell your crew what things you would like to see and do, and they will tailor your charter to suit. Or maybe you are totally open to ideas. Your crew will be happy to take you to the highlights. Whatever the case, you will no doubt have an amazing trip in the Virgin Islands!

An outstanding feature of the Virgin Islands is that the anchorages are plentiful and very close to one another. This allows you to see many beautiful destinations in a short period of time. You’ll wake up in the morning, breakfast aboard your yacht, be underway for an hour or so, and arrive at a gorgeous beach. So possibly you decide to spend part of the day there, you explore the island, picnic in the sand, and by late afternoon it’s off to another destination an hour or so away! That’s the beauty of having so many fabulous islands so close together. Your entire time during your charter you can look out and see incredible views of unbelievable places. There is so much to see, including gorgeous palm treed islands, crystal clear, blue waters, and beneath the waters, coral reefs and sea life! One of your biggest choices will be how to see it. Whether you choose a motor yacht, sailing yacht, or catamaran you’ll find endless enjoyment in the Virgin Islands. You may not want to go home!


So BVIs or USVIs , which do you choose? Both offer enticing attractions, for instance, the BVIs have Cane Garden Bay, Dolphin Discovery, and Smuggler’s Cove, while the USVIs offer Maho Beach, Trunk Bay, and Watermelon Cay. How can you say one is better than the other? Well, it would be really hard to win that debate! Here’s the good news, well, actually, the great news! You don’t have to choose! You’ll be on a fully crewed yacht charter, and these islands are very close together! You can see both!

If you've decided the Virgin Islands are the charter for you, the best way to get there is to fly in to the small airport in Tortola, which has access via San Juan from the US and Europe, or into the larger airport in St. Thomas, USVI. There is a fast ferry system between the two main islands.

Virgin Island Life - a Slower Pace.

Most people aren’t accustomed to the slower pace of life that is found in the Virgin Islands. A friendly greeting is common on many of the islands. Away from the larger places like Road Town, Tortola, most of the islands have bars or restaurants right on the beach with like-minded vacationers. These establishments aren’t too formal, and you’ll enjoy their famous laid back Caribbean style and pace of life. This slower pace is easy to get used to though, so be prepared. You might just find that leaving your Virgin Island yacht charter is extremely difficult upon your return home. No matter though, we can always find you another yacht to book for your next visit!

Under The Water In The Virgin Islands

Under the incredibly blue, crystal clear waters of the Virgin Islands are a treat hard to find elsewhere. Here you have the perfect opportunity to go snorkeling or SCUBA diving and come up close to the amazing coral and marine life that abound in these waters. You might like to try out “The Bight” on Norman Island. Here you can snorkel with parrotfish, brain coral, sea fans, sponges, and much more. Perhaps a shipwreck is more what you are looking for? Then the RMS Rhone might be of interest. Although it is better seen diving, it is still of great interest as a snorkeling spot. Or possibly swimming with sea turtles is the experience you have in mind. Maho Bay has snorkeling over sea grass beds and it’s common to see the sea turtles in the morning or late afternoon. Whatever the case, once in the water, you may never want to come out! Just be careful; you will probably want to have a sun proof snorkel shirt so you don’t get sunburnt!

Popular Islands to Visit On A Virgin Island Charter

That capital of the BVIs is Road Town, Tortola. Road Town buzzes with activity and is a yachting hub with the hustle and bustle that one might expect of the capital of the largest island of the BVIs; however, Tortola also offers peaceful beaches and the serenity of Sage Mountain national park.

St. Thomas is a busy cruise ship destination with an abundance of shopping, restaurants, and easy plane access. Many people often choose to fly in to and out of St. Thomas to rendezvous with their yacht charter due to their convenient overseas flights. After all, Tortola is just a fast ferry ride away. But don’t automatically discount St. Thomas as “nothing to see here”. Secret Harbour is said to have some of the best snorkeling, especially for some of the younger ones, and Honeymoon Beach has amazing sand and views.

St. John offers excellent anchorages and snorkeling spots. Since St. John is 67% National Park, you’ll be able to enjoy swimming and beach activities without the disruption of waverunners or waterskis. Some great things to see in St. John include Irving National Park, The Reversing Falls, The New Brunswick Museum, and shopping at Saint John city market or Mongoose Junction.

A picture perfect island that you nearly have to stop at the minute you see it is Jost Van Dyke. You could hardly say you've been to the Virgin Islands if you didn't visit Foxy's Bar and Restaurant on Jost Van Dyke for a "Pain Killer". This is a drink that is guaranteed to relieve stress, tension, and whatever else might ail you! Foxy's boutique is also a great place to find souvenirs. "Main Street" is a great place for a stroll and is really just a path running down to the beach. Another fun place to find a drink is called the Soggy Dollar Bar in White Bay; named the Soggy Dollar Bar, because people swim in from their yachts and their dollars are soggy when they arrive.

Virgin Gorda is not only a popular, but a remarkable charter destination. It features a resort and beautiful beaches, along with a hiking trail to the top of Virgin Gorda Peak. There is exceptional diving and snorkeling offered on Virgin Gorda as well. The Virgin Gorda baths are world famous for their natural sea water pools that were created by wave action and the absence of gigantic plutonic granite boulders. Nearby Fallen Jerusalem offers outstanding snorkeling with schools of tropical fish. The wreck of the Chikuzen has been called one of the best diving wrecks in the Caribbean, and if you aren't a diver, snorkelers have found it amazing as well, as it offers a vast array of sea life. Enjoy a sail up to Virgin Gorda Sound and visit the famous Bitter End Resort, and if you are up for a little more adventure, you might have your captain arrange for kiteboarding here.

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Featured Charter Yachts in the Virgin Islands

 VALENTINE charter yacht

VALENTINE. Enjoy the fun of cruising the Virgin Islands aboard the 52 foot sailing cat Valentine. Brand new in 2021, she accommodates eight guests in four spacious cabins, making her a nice option for an intimate getaway, a family charter, or a vacation with close friends. Large windows surround the main salon, providing ample natural lighting and good views. A number of watersports are offered, including wakeboard, standup paddleboard, and fishing gear.

ALLURE 64. Brand new in 2020, Allure 64 is a Privilege built sailing catamaran owners version. She is an award winning yacht, having just won the St. Thomas boat show Best in Show for catamarans 56-66 feet. On board you can enjoy gourmet meals and outstanding sailing performance.
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AMAYA. Launched in 2019 by Sunreef, Amaya is a 60' sailing catamaran designed to entertain. Both the bow and aft deck offer generous seating areas, including al fresco dining on the aft deck and sun pads on the bow. Additionally, she is equipped with a nice selection of watersports, including tender, water skis for adults and children, three standup paddleboards, double kayak, fishing gear, and more.

TRES SUENOS. Tres Suenos is a 61' Privilege built sailing catamaran. She provides generous space for you and your guests with three king cabins. She offers a wide variety of watersports including waterskis, standup paddleboards, wakeboard, kayaks, skibob, kneebob, and many more.

OUTTA TOUCH. The 104' motor yacht Outta Touch is ready to whisk you and your guests away from your day to day anxieties to the lovely waters of the Caribbean. Four well appointed cabins accommodate as many as eight guests, while she offers ample watersports including an on deck Jacuzzi, floating dock, jet ski, standup paddleboards, towables, onboard diving, and much more.

MI AMORE. If you are looking for an exciting charter with plenty to do, check out the 157 foot mega yacht Mi Amore. This Christensen built yacht has received her latest refit in 2021 to ensure she is luxurious throughout. She offers a Jacuzzi, elevators, onboard wifi, and extensive watersports including a waterslide, efoil, jellyfish pool, and much more.

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It would be our pleasure to assist you in finding the perfect, fully crewed yacht for your vacation in the Virgin Islands. With so many islands to see and so many surprises to discover, you’ll be pleased with how flexible a charter is here. As you enjoy your charter you’ll love how you can change your itinerary as different opportunities arise. For free, unbiased advice, and to discuss what your vision of the perfect itinerary would be, please call, email, or use the “contact us” form!

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Official Website of the BVI tourist board.
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