BVI Luxury Yacht CharterThe British Virgin Islands (BVI) were created for relaxing, lying back and taking it easy. This is a part of the Caribbean to escape to when you really want to do as little as possible – even the winds move at a more gentle pace!

If you dream of desert islands, white sands and funky beach bars with names like the Soggy Dollar or Bomba’s Shack, then this is the place for you. With over sixty islands, only fifteen of which are inhabited, and hundreds of hiden coves and secret bays, there’s lots to explore.


This is a fantastic location for under water exploration as the sea literally teems with life, including turtles, exotic sponges and cup corals. There are reefs and old wrecks with pirate legends in abundance! Diving and snorkelling can be done directly from your yacht.

The proximity of the islands is very appealing as passages between them can take as little as half an hour and rarely more than two or three hours. Combined with light, predictable winds and calm seas this makes the BVIs the perfect destination for those who really want to chill.

Who needs an itinerary? Yacht charters normally start in Tortola, near to the airport. Other than that, all you need is a rough idea of what you want to see and do, final decisions can wait until morning! Here are a few highlights:

Tortola is the hub of the chain of islands and the largest, its Cane Garden Bay is a crescent-shaped beach and anchorage with great bars and restaurants to enjoy. Virgin Gorda is the third largest island and is home to The Baths, where huge rocks provide a myriad of pools & secret beach walks.

Norman Island is reputedly the site of buried treasure linked with Spanish galleons and pirating. It has also been suggested as the prototype for ‘Treasure Island’ – you’ll believe this after exploring the underwater Treasure Caves off Treasure Point!

The wreck of the RMS Rhone 1867, is one of the most extraordinary dive sites in the Caribbean. For deserted beaches that are reputed to be the loveliest in the Caribbean head to Anegada, a coral island lying only 28 ft above sea level and famous for its fresh lobster. Jost Van Dyke is equally famous for its rum, and its bars which include Foxy’s Tamarind Bar and theSoggy Dollar. Nearby Sandy Cay is real desert island material and Prickly Pear Island has some of the most stunning beaches which are only accessible from the sea. AquaCruise can provide your BVI Luxury Yacht Charter today!