BVISAIL
“You Make the Memories, We’ll Make the Arrangements”

British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charters take you to the world’s most famous sailing destination. These picture-perfect islands are fondly known as “BVIs.” The BVI is a sailors’ paradise with more than 60 lush islands and cays. Going on a yacht charter is the perfect way to experience the exotic beauty of the Virgin Islands. The islands are complemented by excellent marinas, restaurants, and anchorages. Also, hiking trails, day spas, and dive shops are within easy reach in a protected sailing environment. The BVI’s warm weather makes for an amazing winter escape for those living at the higher latitudes.

$125,000 /wk
  • 4 Cabins
  • 80.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2021
$83,700 - $100,000 /wk
  • 4 Cabins
  • 80.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2020
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$45,300 - $52,000 /wk
  • 5 Cabins
  • 76.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2006
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$54,950 - $64,950 /wk
  • 6 Cabins
  • 76.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2014
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$82,000 - $88,000 /wk
  • 4 Cabins
  • 77.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2019
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$59,000 - $65,000 /wk
  • 4 Cabins
  • 65.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2021
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$40,000 - $45,000 /wk
  • 4 Cabins
  • 64.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2021
Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
$33,000 - $40,000 /wk
  • 5 Cabins
  • 62.00 Ft Cat
  • Built: 2014

A Necklace of Islands

The BVI forms a necklace of islands and cays strung along Sir Francis Drake Channel between Puerto Rico in the Spanish Virgin Islands and St. Kitts in the United States Virgin Islands. Sailing is by the line of sight navigation on most occasions, with the option to enjoy the open ocean if one chooses. This makes it a top-rated yacht charter destination for many beginners. They want the sailing experience, great beaches, snorkeling with marine life, kiteboarding, and scuba diving. 

British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charters can, thus, be a great choice to explore the unparalleled secret of nature. And, our BVI Sailing Itineraries will take you to many islands rich with indigenous fauna such as red-legged tortoises and giant iguanas found on Anegada. As well as the BVI destinations of Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, Necker Island, Norman Island and more.

British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charters | Variety of Options

There are many options for sailboat chartering in the Virgin Islands. Your British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charter could be on an award-winning crewed sailing catamaran. Sailing catamarans are the most popular type of BVI yacht charter. Also, you might choose a crewed power catamaran cruising at a leisurely pace on a more direct course to your next anchorage. If you are a sailor, you might prefer a crewed sailboat.

Besides sailing catamarans, power catamarans, and sailboats, there are also motor yachts ranging in length from 70ft to 150ft+ staffed with two to 15+ crew members. The choice is yours to make. There are undoubtedly bareboat charters allowing you to be in command if you wish to have that responsibility.

You can enjoy cruising leisurely among the islands or at a quicker pace by visiting multiple anchorages every day. Here again, the choice is yours, depending on the conditions. Some charterers prefer to relax in their favorite anchorage for a few nights before sailing the trade winds, island hopping to the next beautiful spot.

While on your charter, you may dine ashore or onboard. Generally, the cuisine is delicious on the crewed charters compared to dining ashore. However, it is always a pleasure to sample the local cuisine ashore. I’m sure by now you can see why British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charters are so popular among people.

Sail Your Dreams

The beautiful sea is calling to you everywhere you go in the BVI. It is an ocean of exciting adventures to experience and your constant traveling companion. Descend to the ocean depths to explore a century-old shipwreck or snorkel the abundant reefs. Enjoy deep-sea fishing, or soak in the warm, radiant sun and vast skies. The British Virgin Islands have a slice of paradise for everyone. Sailing vacations are absolutely ideal in the BVI.

British Virgin Islands Sailboat Charters
Sailing Catamaran in the BVI

In addition to palm-fringed white sand beaches and turquoise waters, you will find friendly, warmhearted people throughout these sixty idyllic islands. The best way to experience the heart of the British Virgin Islands is by yacht, either on a bareboat or crewed yacht charter. Be among the many that say their BVI sailing vacation was a “Trip of the lifetime”.

Your British Virgin Islands yacht charters can often be combined with a US Virgin Islands charter.

Things to do

A Bit of Everything in Tortola

A Bit of Everything in Tortola
The island of Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands. Here you'll find white-sand beaches, dining, shopping, and plenty of sightseeing. Road Town, the British Virgin Islands's capital, is a boating activity hub. The Sage Mountain National Park...

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BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights

BVI Sailing Itinerary 10-Nights
A sailing vacation in the British Virgin Islands is like none other. Brilliant white sand beaches, swaying palm trees, and turquoise water set the backdrop for adventure and relaxation. Since there are so many beautiful places to see and many...

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Cooper Island, British Virgin Islands

Cooper Island, British Virgin Islands
Cooper Island, an Excellent BVI Yacht Charter Destination

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Eustatia Island

Eustatia Island
Eustatia Island is located in Eustatia Sound, off the far northeastern coast of Virgin Gorda. This is a 30-acre privately-owned, volcanic and hilly island. In addition, it is one of the most desired islands in the Caribbean and home to...

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Explore Frenchman’s Cay

Explore Frenchman’s Cay
Frenchman's Cay in the British Virgin Islands is located at the west end of Tortola. The two islands are connected by a small bridge. In times past, this tiny island was a notorious den for pirates. They would use the...

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Ginger Island: The Ultimate Stopover

Ginger Island: The Ultimate Stopover
Ginger Island is truly uninhabited. Just you and the local seabirds such as egrets, pelicans, and sandpipers. Lush vegetation blankets this lovely island and white sand beaches beckon you to stay for a picnic lunch. Of course, that perfect picnic...

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Great Camanoe Island, People love this quiet retreat

Great Camanoe Island, People love this quiet retreat
Great Camanoe Island in the British Virgin Islands is a small island located just north of Beef Island and northeast of Tortola. It is primarily a residential island divided into two distinct residential communities: Indigo Plantation and The Privateers, located on...

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Great Thatch Island

Great Thatch Island
Great Thatch Island British Virgin Islands lies just to the north of St. John. It is an uninhabited island and a part of the British Virgin Islands National Parks system. Little Thatch is next to Great Thatch Island. There’s a...

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Great Tobago Island – The Perfect Snorkeling and Dive Site

Great Tobago Island – The Perfect Snorkeling and Dive Site
Great Tobago is a 210-acre uninhabited island located approximately six miles west of Jost van Dyke. It is, together with its sister island Little Tobago, the westernmost of the British Virgin Islands. The National Parks Trust protects these islands. They...

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Guana Island – An Exclusive Island Access

Guana Island – An Exclusive Island Access
Guana Island in the British Virgin Islands is an exclusive reserve. Ninety percent of Guana Island remains wild but has a private resort, which holds just 35 guests in 18 rooms. The island is 850-acres of tropical beauty, making it...

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Little Camanoe – Small Island, Great Attractions

Little Camanoe – Small Island, Great Attractions
Little Camanoe British Virgin Islands is a very small island just to the north of Beef Island with Great Camanoe to its East. Little Camanoe is relatively flat and uninhabited. You can enjoy views of Tortola to the east and...

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Little Thatch Island

Little Thatch Island
Visit Little Thatch Island on your British Virgin Islands Yacht Charter. It is a delightful, 54- acre privately owned island with a resort. The island is located less than 500 yards from the western end of Tortola. It's also less than...

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Marina Cay – A Must See BVI Destination

Marina Cay – A Must See BVI Destination
Marina Cay, British Virgin Islands is a private island. It is a lovely flower-covered island located just east of Beef Island Airport and Tortola. This tiny island has a quiet lagoon with good snorkeling. Shine a light into the water at...

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Moskito Island Yacht Charter

Moskito Island Yacht Charter
Moskito Island Yacht Charter activities

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Necker Island – Privacy at its finest

Necker Island – Privacy at its finest
Necker Island British Virgin Islands is an idyllic privately owned island in the British Virgin Islands. Located just north of Virgin Gorda. It was uninhabited until the late 20th century. In 1979, Sir Richard Branson acquired Necker Island. At the...

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Norman Island, an Excellent BVI Yacht Charter Destination

Norman Island, an Excellent BVI Yacht Charter Destination
The Indians, amazing snorkeling near Norman Island

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Prickly Pear Island

Prickly Pear Island
Prickly Pear is an uninhabited island in the British Virgin Islands. It is located in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda. This 180-acre island is a BVI National Park. The island is named for the Prickly Pear Cactus which covers...

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Salt Island Yacht Charter Adventure

Salt Island gets its name from its salt ponds, which were once an important resource. At one time, this tiny uninhabited island was home to a small community of hard-working individuals who harvested salt. After collecting the salt the residents...

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Scrub Island – A Spectacular Island Experience

Scrub Island – A Spectacular Island Experience
Scrub Island is a 230-acre bastion of tropical splendor, embracing the British Virgin Islands spectacular views. It is a luxury private island with a first-class marina, luxury resort, and villa rentals. 52 guest accommodations, as well as several villas, and...

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The Dog Islands

The Dog Islands
The uninhabited Dog Islands are about 6 miles northeast of the main island of Tortola and about 2.5 miles northwest of Virgin Gorda in the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Scuba diving or snorkeling The Dogs on the way to or...

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Virgin Gorda: Accessible Marinas and Anchorages

Virgin Gorda: Accessible Marinas and Anchorages
Virgin Gorda is the second-largest island in the British Virgin Islands. The island, of volcanic origin, is made up of several distinctly different areas. A beautiful mountainous center is the location of Gorda Peak National Park. As well as the...

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What’s in Store for You in Little Jost Van Dyke

What’s in Store for You in Little Jost Van Dyke
Little Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Islands is a small island located on the east side of Jost Van Dyke. Both islands take their name from the 17th-century Dutch privateer Joost van Dyk. He was one of the...

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