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  • British Virgin Islands - your sailing paradise in the Caribbean 
  • Enjoy turquoise sea and secluded coves 
  • Tropical climate year round   
Looking for a private cruise in the British Virgin Islands? Including more than 60 islands and keys, the British Virgin Islands (BVI for short) are one of the top choices in the Caribbean for a chartered yacht vacation.
Sailing is the best way to get around the BVI – the islands are relatively close to one another and sheltered by the Atlantic winds, making them the ideal destination even for first-time sailors.
The jump-off point to explore the BVI is Tortola, the main island, where the capital Road Town and the marina are located. Sunshine lovers have known for a long time that the BVI offer some of the best beaches in the Caribbean. There are secluded beaches with soft, white sand, rocky coves, or unique landscapes like the Baths on Virgin Gorda, a beach covered by granite boulders up to 15 meters high, revealing the volcanic origins of the BVI.
Diving in the BVI is a great way to explore what lies below the pristine turquoise sea. The islands are surrounded by stunning reefs, where you can spot hawksbill turtles and tropical fish, and there are also several wrecks, including the wreck of the HMS Rhone used in the 1977 movie ‘The Deep’.  

Learn about our private cruises and adventures in the BVI below!  

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