Sailboat Charter in the British Virgin Islands

  1. Dufour 412 Grand Large - Dufour (2016)Tortola
    Capacity 4
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 4
    Engine 1x41hp
    Draught ---
    Size 39ft
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    from2 769 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
  2. Bavaria Cruiser 46 - Bavaria (2015)Tortola
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 1x41hp
    Draught 2.10m
    Size 47ft
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    from2 550 €*from 17/10 to 24/10View details
  3. Dufour 450 Grand Large - Dufour (2014)Tortola
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x55hp
    Draught 1.95m
    Size 43ft
    outboardgpsautopilotbowthrusteranchorbbq
    from3 325 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
  4. Sun Odyssey 389 - Jeanneau (2018)Tortola
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x39hp
    Draught 1.50m
    Size 37ft
    outboardgpsautopilotanchortoilet
    from2 477 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
  5. Sun Odyssey 389 - Jeanneau (2018)Tortola
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x39hp
    Draught 1.50m
    Size 37ft
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    from2 627 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
    • -5 %
    Dufour 500 Grand Large - Dufour (2015)Tortola
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x75hp
    Draught 2.30m
    Size 50ft
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    from 3 000 €2 850 €*from 26/09 to 03/10View details
    • -20 %
    Oceanis 41 - Beneteau (2013)Scrub island
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x40hp
    Draught 2.05m
    Size 41ft
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    from 4 210 €3 368 €*from 13/03 to 20/03View details
  6. Sun Odyssey 349 - Jeanneau (2018)Tortola
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x21hp
    Draught 1.49m
    Size 34ft
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    from2 188 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
  7. Dufour 460 Grand Large - Dufour (2020)Scrub island
    Capacity 12
    Cabins 5 cab
    Berths 12
    Engine ---
    Draught ---
    Size 46ft
    outboardgpsautopilotanchorgeneratortoilet
    from3 110 €*from 12/09 to 19/09View details
  8. Dufour 410 Grand Large - Dufour (2015)Tortola
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine 1x55hp
    Draught ---
    Size 39ft
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    from2 861 €*from 24/10 to 31/10View details
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The Best Island-Hopping Route When Sailboat Charter in the British Virgin Islands

Day 1: Road Town (Tortola)

Begin your sailboat charter in the British Virgin Islands at the Road Town Marina. It's just 30 minutes by taxi from the airport. On this British Virgin Islands' largest and capital island, you can find dozens of powdery white-sand beaches. At the protected anchorages at Brandywine Bay, you can enjoy watersports and fishing.

Day 2: Spanish Town

Sail up to Spanish Town in the morning, which is on the British Virgin Islands’ third largest island. Also known as The Valley, Spanish Town grants various shopping opportunities. The heart of the town is its Yacht Harbor Marina, where you can moor your sailboat and enjoy all the facilities on land.

Day 3: Virgin Gorda

Anchor your sailboat at Savanah Bay on the Virgin Gorda island. The island seduces adventurers with its yacht clubs, tranquil coves, safe moorings, and luxury retreats and villas. Make sure you arrive early when you are visiting the Baths, where huge granite boulders create magical grottos and saltwater pools, is a quintessential destination on Virgin Gorda.

Day 4: Anegada

If the weather allows, sail to Anegada in the British Virgin Islands early in the morning (leave by 9am), which is an easy 2-3-hour trip from the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. This island is perfect for snorkeling and kitesurfing. You'll have the chance to see flamingos, rock iguanas and rare plant species like sea lavender. And lobster for dinner of course!

Day 5: Trellis Bay

Sail back to the island of Tortola and moor your sailboat at Trellis Bay, where everybody is friendly and hospitable. Enjoy the white sandy beach and tranquility.

Day 6: Jost Van Dyke

Moor your sailboat at the Great Harbor in the British Virgin Islands, and visit the world-famous Foxy’s Bar, enjoy his live music and monthly full moon party, as well as his conch stew and barbecued ribs. The most wicked drink in the Caribbean, "The Painkiller," was also invented on the island at The Soggy Dollar Bar.

Day 7: Road Town (Tortola)

As the last station of your sailboat charter in the British Virgin Islands, head back to the marina at Road Town. On the road, you can stop by the Norman Island, which was the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. This is also a gorgeous snorkeling site. If you'd like to have a drink somewhere, Willy-T is the place to go.

Things to Know When Sailboat Charter in the British Virgin Islands

The Virgin Islands are an unmissable destination of the Caribbean. The archipelago is divided into two parts: The Virgin Islands of the United Kingdom (British Virgin Islands) and the Virgin Islands of the United States (U.S. Virgin Islands). This archipelago consists of approximately 50 islands, of which only 16 are inhabited. They offer sailors a heavenly cruise with extraordinary navigation conditions. Thanks to the closeness of each island, you can fully benefit from the treasures of the archipelago and even take day trips. Politically, the Virgin Islands are divided between the British Virgin Islands, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the U.S. outer area Puerto Rico and the administratively affiliated Spanish Virgin Islands.
The majority of residents - a mix of African and European groups - live on the main islands of St. John, St. Thomas and St. Croix (all part of the U.S. Virgin Islands). The primary industry and main source of income of the Virgin Islands are - as most island peoples - tourism.
The currency in the entire U.S. Virgin Islands is the U.S. dollar. Officially, the islands were in English and Danish possession in the 17th century (Danish West Indies), the islands of Tortola, Anegada and Virgin Gorda were temporarily Dutch-owned, but were annexed by the British in 1672 and have since formed the British Virgin Islands. Vieques and Culebra, on the other hand, as well as their various smaller sub-islands east of the Virgin Passage, were in Spanish possession until the Spanish-American War. As a result of the war, these Spanish Virgin Islands, along with Puerto Rico, became part of it administratively, and U.S. territory became the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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