A Virgin Islands yacht charter is all about peace and serenity. Sail through crystalline waters that surround this regions remote islands on a Caribbean crewed charter and enjoy the breathtaking views, endless powdery beaches and secluded palm fringed anchorages that make the Virgin Islands a sailors delight. The constant breeze, courtesy of the trade winds, makes for spectacular windsurfing or kite-boarding and some of the best snorkelling and diving in the world are easily reached just below your yacht.
Why Go: The natural beauty, the scent of frangipani and the quiet protected anchorages are a few of the reasons why you should take a Virgin Islands yacht charter. On a Caribbean crewed charter witness the salty beach bars and enjoy the short cruising distances between each island which makes a Virgin Islands yacht charter an excellent choice for first time charterer or even the most experienced sailor.
When to Go: November through to July
Essential Ports: St. John, Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Norman Island, Guana Island, Marina Cay, Jost Van Dyke, Peter Island and Anegada.
Essential Experiences: Exploring the caves at the baths on Virgin Gorda (but arrive early, before the crowds), snorkelling with sea turtles and hunting for starfish at Watermelon Cay, sunning on the tiny islet of Sandy Spit off Jost Van Dyke, cocktails and just-caught rock lobster at a beach bar on Anegada, the view from the north shore of St. John.
Local Favourites: The Roti Palace in Roadtown for authentic West Indian fare, casual elegant lunch at Little Dix Bay, Caneel Bay or Peter Island.