The next time you think of a yachting holiday, consider the popular British Virgin Islands. The BVI, a chain of numerous small islands in the Caribbean Sea, offers the perfect getaway for a yachting holiday! This Island chain has a blend of Latino, Afircan, Spanish, and English culture. Beautiful lush forested mountains and turquoise waters are the main attractions. Year round winds provide perfect sailing environment. You will love the extensive coral reefs and famous shipwrecks of British Virgin Islands. Book a luxury Caribbean boat charter to run away from busy life in the city land rejuvenate yourself in the lap of the beautiful, peaceful nature of the Caribbean Sea.
Some of the famous sailing destinations in the BVI have as follows:
Virgin Gorda Island:
It is the third- largest and second most popular inland in the British Virgin Islands. A great tourist attraction here is an unusual geological formation known as ‘The Baths’.
This formation proves the volcanic origin of the island, where the granite has been eroded into piles of boulders on the beach. There are beautiful caves, and pools that you would like to explore.
Jost Van Dyke Island
It is the smallest island among all. Visit the Diamond Cay National Park and enjoy watching many species of birds like terns, boobies and pelicans. You can also see protected marine life such as leatherback turtles.
Tortola is the largest island and is full of life and adventure. You will love the beaches especially in the northern coast. Smuggler’s Cove, Long Bay, Cane Garden Bay, Brewer’s Bay, and Lambert beach are some of the most popular ones. You can enjoy a vast range of adventurous activities such as sailing, surfing, scuba diving, kite boarding, wind surfing, site seeing, hiking and much more.
This small island is made by coral and limestone . It is totally natural and untouched with the least impact of commercial life. Anegada boasts of Horseshoe Reef which is the fourth largest coral reef on the planet. Major activities to enjoy here are kayaking, hiking, swimming, exploring and enjoying the natural beauty of this unique place!
The salt island is a great place to dive while in the British Virgin Islands. You can dive in Rhone Reef, Blonde Rock, and Painted Walls. This island is well known for the wreck of RMS Rhone, the Royal Mail packet steamer that sank in a hurricane in 1867. The wreck of Rhone is still visible and is one of the best scuba diving sites.
The Guana offers a true private island experience. There are seven white powder-sand beaches and 850 acres of tropical forest, mountains, hills, and valleys. You will enjoy deep-sea fishing, waterskiing, snorkeling, and scuba diving.
Visiting the British Virgin Islands on board a yacht charter, is a great yachting experience. With Absolute Yachting, you can have an entertaining and adventurous vacation along the Caribbean islands, perfectly planned .
Contact us today to discuss your yachting needs with our experts! We will help you find the perfect yacht, and we will organize for you a great yachting holiday, from a to z!