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The British Virgin Islands (BVI) consists of more than 60 islands and islets with only 16 inhabited. Located in the east of Puerto Rico tranquil waters of BVI is the ultimate destination for first time and returning charterers providing exceptional sailing conditions. 12 Knots offers vast choice of bareboat charter in BVI to fit your budget and type of yacht.

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Tortola (Virgin Islands)
15.38 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 200 ($3 894) Special price: € 2 240 ($2 726)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
14.94 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 200 ($3 894) Special price: € 2 240 ($2 726)
Tortola/Hodge's Creek Marina (Virgin Islands)
15.38 m
3 cabins
10 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 3 200 ($3 894) Special price: € 2 240 ($2 726)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
11.97 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 5 800 ($7 058) Special price: € 4 060 ($4 941)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
13.6 m
4 cabins
12 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 5 800 ($7 058) Special price: € 4 060 ($4 941)
Tortola/Hodge's Creek Marina (Virgin Islands)
11.97 m
6 cabins
12 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 5 800 ($7 058) Special price: € 4 060 ($4 941)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
13.96 m
4 cabins
12 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 6 510 ($7 922) Special price: € 4 557 ($5 546)
Tortola/Hodge's Creek Marina (Virgin Islands)
13.96 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 6 510 ($7 922) Special price: € 4 557 ($5 546)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
13.96 m
4 cabins
12 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 6 510 ($7 922) Special price: € 4 557 ($5 546)
Tortola (Virgin Islands)
13.96 m
4 cabins
8 berths
8 days
07/10 - 14/10/2017
yacht rental price per week € 6 510 ($7 922) Special price: € 4 557 ($5 546)
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BVI yacht rentals

Crystal clear waters, picture-perfect beaches, scenic anchorages and well-equipped marinas make yacht charter in BVI one of the most desirable destination among sailors. Easy island hops, consistent trade winds, line-of-sight navigation and numerous safe anchorages and moorings make this a sailors’ dream come true.

Among the most frequently visited of the BVI's handful of inhabited islands are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada. The smaller islands are idyllic sites for unwinding, daytime snorkeling, as well as overnight stays. Add to this mix of tropical delights, absorbing the laid back pleasures of sunshine and sapphire seas where you can be relaxed or active, as you like.

The islands are colorful, with picturesque villages and harbors. You may find hidden rocky coves, explore uninhabited islands, or discover hundreds of enchanting anchorages. Everywhere white-sand beaches fringed with towering palm trees and picturesque beach bars. The British Virgin Islands culture is colorful blend with British and West Indian influences that you may find in people and especially local cuisine. There is really no other place like Virgins.

 

Tortola bareboat charter

Set sail on a BVI yacht charter from base located on Tortola. After slipping away from the dock, you will gateway to Paradise – place where turquoise waters lap softly against the hull of your yacht while giant swaths of tropical fish dart just below the surface.

Tortola is Spanish for "Turtle Dove", a shy little brown dove which is often seen in the hills or flying along various dirt roads. Tortola is the BVI's largest island, with great shopping, beautiful beaches and a diversified cuisine, it's the best place to jump off into your BVI charte. Excellent shopping can be found in Road Town a cheerful and welcoming port. Don't miss out Painkiller, local favorite fruity concoction based on black and white Caribbean rum.

Sailing the BVI to Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda, or "Fat Virgin", refers to a protruding mountain noted by Columbus on this second largest of the British Virgin Isles. Only ten miles long and two miles wide, the island is known for its yacht clubs, quiet coves, and safe anchorages for bareboat.

Virgin Gorda's is well known The Baths, located on the northern shore, a geological wonder grouping of granite boulders, that form sheltered sea pools on the beach's edge. The protected area also includes Devil's Bay, which can be reached from The Baths by a series of ladders scaling the boulders.

Devil’s Bay is a popular daytime anchorage, ideal for swimming and snorkeling. The dinghy dock offshore prevents the beach from becoming overcrowded with dinghies, whilst moorings protect the reef from anchor damage.

 

Jost Van Dyke sailing vacations

Sun, Rum & Fun, Jost Van Dyke is the party island. The main village is located along the sandy beach of Great Harbor and is a mandatory stop for sailors and a popular day trip for anyone staying on Tortola. This sheltered bay is the location of a number of colorful beach bars and restaurants, including Foxy's Tamarind Bar, famous worldwide.

Charter to Anegada

When you visit Anegada, you will be one of a select few. With few residents, Anegada has but one main village called the Settlement, two hotels and a number of guesthouses, inns and cottages. It's an island for people who desire isolation and miles of pristine beaches. The reefs are spectacular and make for world class snorkeling. The beaches are cathedrals for serious sunning. Anegada is also known for its wildlife, especially its rare iguanas and flocks of pink flamingos.

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