Catamaran chartering in the British Virgin Islands is the most common in the Caribbean, and also the dream of every sailor, rightly so! Discover the main islands of the archipelago, such as Tortola, Virgin Gorda, or even Anegada and fall in love with the colorful cultural mix of the Caribbean. Dive into crystal-clear waters, discover magical underwater worlds and experience the great hospitality of the local residents. Consistently warm temperatures, bright sunshine, and the Caribbean way of life will make your holiday in the British Virgin Islands something unforgettable!
Let yourself be enchanted by the charm of the Virgin Islands! On the Virgin Islands, you can charter a catamaran all year round and sail in excellent weather conditions, even if you are just a beginner in sailing. A distinction is made between two periods, the dry season from December to May, and the wet season from June to November when the climate is humid. During your yacht charter in the British Virgin Islands, we advise you to consult the weather report every day to respond to specific situations promptly. The trade winds from the east seldom exceed magnitude 6. Light winds come in the canals and on the Atlantic coast, but they only cause relatively small waves (20 to 60 cm on average).
Underwater hunting is prohibited here as the entire archipelago is protected. The sailors operating in the British Virgin Islands generally use buoys (chargeable) to preserve the seabed of this region. On the island of Tortola, charterers are very common, there are also the most bases. Apart from that, there are of course also on the other inhabited islands excellent harbors and landing possibilities!
On the paradisiacal archipelago of the British Virgin Islands, there are plenty of places to explore while on the water. For example, on Peter Island, be sure to stop by the beach on White Bay, whose fine sand and turquoise waters will delight you. In the tropical wet jungle at Sage Mountain on Anegada, you can walk through lush green and peek into many exotic bird species. The island of Norman, the Bath of Virgin Gorda, the Long Bay Beach, as well as many other islands. You can linger and enjoy the beaches with their various charms.
Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of the Caribbean and discover the lively and friendly isles, which are all unique because of their historical and cultural history and will remain as precious pieces in your memory. This will make your catamaran charter in the British Virgin Islands unforgettable.
The Anegada lobster is a must-try in the British Virgin Islands. They are served in almost every restaurant and freshly caught and grilled on the beach. Head to the Lobster Trap and Wonky Dog restaurants to see how it's done.
Located just west of Puerto Rico, there are several islets and reefs, including two main islands where you can stop over when catamaran charter in the British Virgin Islands:
Culebra: The island is known for its beautiful Flamenco Beach, with its characteristic half-moon shape: sometimes you can see sea turtles and many tropical fishes if you love snorkeling. The island also reserves other places like Tamarindo Beach favorable to water activities (snorkeling, diving, kayaking, wakeboarding ...), all in a paradisiacal setting. The largest cove of the island, Ensenada Honda, is equally splendid.
Vieques: to the south-west of Culebra, this island has a unique history: it was occupied for sixty years by a training camp of the U.S. Army but is currently a protected area (Wildlife Refuge national de Vieques). A marvel to discover on the spot: the Bahia Mosquito, a bioluminescent bay! It is home to many dinoflagellates, fluorescent micro-organisms that make the sea bright with a bluish trail after dark.
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