New BVI Superyacht Dockage is now available on Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands. The British Virgin Islands Ports Authority (BVIPA) offers Superyacht dockage at their newly expanded Road Town cruise pier. It’s in a dedicated area called Serenity Moorings. This will provide more opportunities for these beautiful vessels to make their way to the BVI.
Serenity Moorings is centrally located in the British Virgin Islands at Road Town, Tortola, the logistical hub of the BVI. Docking at Serenity Moorings, just outside the entrance to Village Cay and adjacent to the cruise pier, provides convenient access to fuel, provisions, supplies, service providers, shopping, and restaurants. Serenity Moorings is an excellent option for short visits, turnarounds between charters, or exploring Tortola.
Serenity Moorings can accommodate two yachts with a maximum length of 230 feet. With an unlimited beam in over 12 feet of water. A 200-foot break wall protects the basin. And offers one berth with a 125-foot long, 30-foot wide finger pier. The second berth requires stern-to mooring with no finger pier. However, there is plenty of room for anchoring in the traditional Mediterranean style. Read More Here.
During the winter season, more mega and superyachts are visiting the British Virgin Islands. In addition to Serenity Moorings, superyachts used to have dockage and a clubhouse at YCCS Marina. It was located in North Sound, Virgin Gorda.
It is expected there will be additional New BVI Superyacht Dockage in the future.