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Day Sailing & Boating

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Constant trade winds fill your mainsail.

Whether you’re a first-time sailor or an experienced captain, when it comes to British Virgin Islands sailing, the Caribbean ocean provides the world’s greatest waters to navigate.

With the Sir Frances Drake Channel stretching in front of you, the BVI is truly the centre of the sailing world and a sailor’s paradise, with consistent trade winds to fill your main sail, clear blue water, sunshine every day and islands close enough to navigate by sight.

From the main capital island of Tortola, sailors enjoy navigating an incredible variety of cruising area that is about 32 miles long and 15 miles wide.

Check out the Arriving by Sea section for more information on Marinas, Yacht Clubs, Ports of Entry and Moorings & Anchorages.

Looking to spend all or part of your vacation on a boat, check out our Beds Afloat section for a listing of Crewed Charters and Bareboats available in the British Virgin Islands.

Visit our Provisioning section to fill your ship with with everything you need for a voyage of any length.

For BVI emergency standards on the high water, visit our VISAR seciton.


Please click the links below, for more information on the following categories:

Marinas   ♦   Moorings & Anchorages   ♦   Ports of Entry   ♦   Yacht Clubs

 
 
 
 

Constant trade winds fill your mainsail.

Whether you’re a first-time sailor or an experienced captain, when it comes to British Virgin Islands sailing, the Caribbean ocean provides the world’s greatest waters to navigate.

With the Sir Frances Drake Channel stretching in front of you, the BVI is truly the centre of the sailing world and a sailor’s paradise, with consistent trade winds to fill your main sail, clear blue water, sunshine every day and islands close enough to navigate by sight.

From the main capital island of Tortola, sailors enjoy navigating an incredible variety of cruising area that is about 32 miles long and 15 miles wide.

Check out the Arriving by Sea section for more information on Marinas, Yacht Clubs, Ports of Entry and Moorings & Anchorages.

Looking to spend all or part of your vacation on a boat, check out our Beds Afloat section for a listing of Crewed Charters and Bareboats available in the British Virgin Islands.

Visit our Provisioning section to fill your ship with with everything you need for a voyage of any length.

For BVI emergency standards on the high water, visit our VISAR seciton.


Please click the links below, for more information on the following categories:

Marinas   ♦   Moorings & Anchorages   ♦   Ports of Entry   ♦   Yacht Clubs

Aaron Rentals

Aaron Rentals

Address:
Road Town, Tortola.
Phone:
(284) 494-8917
 
Aristocat Charters

Aristocat Charters

Address:
Frenchman's Cay & . Village Cay Marina, Tortola.
Phone:
(284) 499-1249
 
B & B Charters & Rentals

B & B Charters & Rentals

Address:
Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda.
Phone:
284-496-9341 or 284-340-7525
 
Bitter End Yacht Club

Bitter End Yacht Club

Address:
Water Sports Centre. North Sound, Virgin Gorda.
Phone:
(284) 494-2745
 
Blue Sail BVI

Blue Sail BVI

Address:
Road Town, Tortola.
Phone:
(284) 494-2268
 
BVI 360

BVI 360

Address:
Tortola.
Phone:
(284) 541-1281
 
BVI Sea and Land Adventure Tours

BVI Sea and Land Adventure Tours

Address:
White Bay, Jost Van Dyke.
Phone:
(284)-541-2369 or (340)626-8995
 
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