Ports of Entry: Tortola—Road Town and West End, Jost Van Dyke—Great Harbour and Virgin Gorda—St. Thomas Bay and Gun Creak. All entering vessels must clear in with BVI Customs and Immigration immediately upon arrival into the territory, and retain a valid passport and boat registration papers.
Customs and Immigration Offices: Tortola—Road Town and the West End, Virgin Gorda—Virgin Gorda Airport, St. Thomas Bay Terminal, and the Owen Harrigan Visitors Centre at Gun Creek, Jost Van Dyke—Great Harbour.
As of January 31, 2008, U.S. Citizens travelling by sea may be required to present a valid passport or other documents as determined to enter or re-enter the United States. Visitors from other countries may also require a visa for entry. (See information below.)
For more information on Entry Requirements for the British Virgin Islands
Marinas on Tortola and Virgin Gorda have facilities to accommodate long-term regulars, transients, mega-yachts and live-aboards.
BVI National Parks Trust has installed over 200 mooring buoys (surface buoys attached to stainless steel pins set in bedrock) for day-time use only at many BVI dive sites.
orts of entry are located in Road Harbour - Tortola, Soper's Hole, West End - Tortola, Great Harbour - Jost Van Dyke, St. Thomas Bay - Virgin Gorda and Gun Creek - Virgin Gorda.
The following yacht clubs are centres for seamanship, marine knowledge, sportsmanship, training, facilities, and of course, social gathering.