BVI Sailing Charters
Come to Tortola, charter a bareboat catamaran or monohull sailboat and spend your vacation cruising the crystal clear waters of the incomparable British Virgin Islands. We offer a great assortment of well maintained monohull and catamaran yachts from which to make your selection.
Sailing the BVI is an experience most would agree is very hard to beat! Captain only charters are also available if you are not quite ready to sail on your own.
Yacht Charter Information
We have spent many years developing extensive information related to chartering a bareboat. We've compiled every single question asked over a 10 year period and over time, have done our level best to answer each and every one in a cohesive, detailed and understandable manner.
You'll find pages dedicated to how to choose between a monohull or catamaran, yacht provisioning, water toy rentals, SCUBA diving, fishing, what to pack, how to get here, where to stay before or after your charter, how to cope with sea sickness, and much, much more.
If you are the type who likes to be well informed and love the planning process, have a look at our yacht charter Information section. If you can come up with any new sailing related questions, we will be more than happy to add it to our "to do" list!
Every now and again, the various companies will put forward special offers, last minute discounts or will offer reduced rates on any given yacht, to assist the owner.
Special offers don't have a very long shelf life as the boats tend to get booked rather quickly. Please check back frequently, to see what discounts may be available at any given time.
ASA - Learn to Sail
If you are the active type who always wanted to learn to sail, why not just go ahead and do it? If you don't already sail, you are going to have to hire a captain anyway. A regular captain costs $175.00 to $185.00 per night and an ASA sailing instructor costs $200.00 per night. For just a few dollars more, plus your course materials, you can learn to sail! You are also required to supply meals for your captain.
The American Sailing Association course materials and final exams are not that expensive. You can share the text books or study together, as you will read the course materials at home, prior to arriving in Tortola.
Even if you aren't concerned about becoming certified, it might be fun to learn to sail. Don't worry about doing the homework before arriving, don't worry about exams or log books or any of that sort of thing. Just learn to sail for the sheer fun of it!
Flotillas & Group Charters
Many yacht clubs plan a Caribbean sailing holiday for club members and we are often asked to assist in the organization. We have arranged flotilla charters for over 20 yachts at a time and would be thrilled to hear from you.
We are often asked to arrange charters for small groups of friends who want 2, 3 or 4 sailboats as well. Not a problem! We would be pleased to assist and will do our utmost to get the best possible combination of boats that will earn your group the best possible discounts. No group is too big or too small.