Where U.S. Virgin Islands Meets British Virgin Islands

Charter The Virgin Islands From St. Thomas To Tortola

 
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Pricing and current availability are based on 7 nights at full board and include licensed crew, standard bar, operating expenses, cruising taxes and various water toys. For more detail on exact inclusions, please visit our: FAQ-Caribbean Inclusions section.

Many yachts offer 4-6 night charters, sleep aboard rates, captain-only rates and are flexible on their meal plans. We assist you with confirming your group’s specific rate.

Our Virgin Island Featured Yachts are constantly growing and changing, so if there is a specific yacht you are interested in….let us know and we will confirm availability and pricing!

For the 2019/2020 charter season, we recommend the USVI/BVI’s for those looking to enjoy the water activities the region became famous for 30 years ago. Fishing, diving and snorkeling sites are all in great condition. Many of your favorite beach bars are back up and running and eagerly look forward to your return! 


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Where Can We Go?

General Itinerary: (Please note: this is a general itinerary of what you can expect. Your actual itinerary will be dictated by weather conditions at the time of charter along with your group’s preferences) Please use the following itinerary as a guide for ideas to discuss with your crew.


U.S. & British Virgin Island Itinerary

St. Thomas Start:
If you are arriving the night prior to your charter-we will coordinate your logistics for transfer. If you are arriving into St. Thomas in the morning, we will coordinate your pick up from the airport to get you to the marina. Charter starts at 12pm. Sail to St John and enjoy a leisure sail while you get accustomed to your yacht for the week.

Caves on Norman Island:
The Caves on Norman Island, a short sail across the sheltered Sir Frances Drake Channel, bring you your first experience with the beauty and splendor of the BVI. The snorkelling here will make you feel like you are inside an aquarium, teeming with thousands of the most colorful fish. 

Salt Island:
Sail along the coast of Peter Island, past Dead Chest Atoll and into Salt Island, in protected and calm waters. Salt Island is the graveyard for the R.M.S Rhone which was shipwrecked off its Eastern point with all passengers on board in 1896. Snorkel over the stern section or take a walk around the shoreline in search of buried treasure.

The Baths:
The Baths is a national park located on Virgin Gorda. Walk through the granite caves and formations to Devils Bay where your crew will meet you with a refreshing, packed cooler and your snorkel gear.

Anegada:
With the third largest barrier reef in the world surrounding Anegada, you can relax on the beaches of Loblolly or Cow Wreck Beach and enjoy great sites and fantastic snorkelling.

Mountain Point on Virgin Gorda:
Mountain Point on Virgin Gorda offers fantastic snorkelling amongst the granite boulders and a calm anchorage.

Monkey Point, Guana Island & Jost Van Dyke:
A snorkel around the unusual coral outcrops will reveal some strange marine creatures not often encountered the walk around Jost van Dyke in just give minutes.

White Bay:
White Bay is a spectacular strip of white sand fringed with coconut palms. Put your money into you pocket and swim ashore to the Soggy Dollar Bar for well-deserved cocktail.