British Virgin Island

British Virgin Island also known as BVI’s are one of the top Caribbean’s sailing destinations. Picturesque palm trees on top of white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and perfect sailing conditions almost all year long are conditions that are hard to beat. Here you will find incredible aquatic life and a mix of natural beauty with combination of friendly locals. With consistent trade winds, well-equipped marinas, easy island hops and line-of-sight navigation makes BVI’s perfect for your next yachting trip.


  • Currency: United States Dollar
  • Language: English
  • Marina fees: Roughly 1.5$ per foot of a yacht
  • Normal starting day: No restrictions, any day start/finish
  • When to visit: Year round sailing, high season December – April
  • Tipping etiquette: 15-20% is customary
British Virgin Island

Explore the regions

British Virgin Island route

Highlights of this route:


  • Island of Tortola (slip into Caribbean vibe starting with rum cocktail in one of the beach bars);
  • Norman Island (snorkel the famous Caves in Privateer Bay, this historic island was an inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s pirate novel ‘’Treasure Island’’);
  • Peter Island (largest private island in BVI, excellent snorkelling sights and hiking paths);
  • Cooper Island (a popular wreck diving site in the British Virgin Islands where a number of vessels have been deliberately sunk as dive sites);
  • Virgin Gorda (an unusual geologic formation known as ''the Baths,'' a world famous sailing landmark);
  • Necker Island (yes it is true, it is as exclusive as it gets);
  • Anegada (corals, Flamingos and fresh lobsters);
  • Scrub Island (part of Lesser Antilles, group of young volcanic and coral islands);
  • Jost Van Dyke (Diamond Cay National Bay and Soggy dollar bar are musts).

This is an optional route and it can be easily adjusted depending on your wishes, starting point and weather conditions.

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