Crewed Catamaran charter in the BVI – The main islands

The best way to explore the famous British Virgin Islands is definitely by boat; this way, you’ll be able to access most of the uninhabited islands and cays. Generally, most travelers take a crewed catamaran charter to explore this incredible paradise, and the reasons why they choose this fantastic sailing cat are because of its space, great comfort, and its capability to make long distances.

You will enjoy of its extensive deck while taking a nap or sunbathing, and you’d admire the spectacular views from its broad salon. A catamaran is absolutely amazing to have a wonderful sailing vacation with your family and friends, especially when it’s crewed!

The advantages of  being on a crewed catamaran

There are different sort of ways to charter a catamaran; for example, you can hire a bareboat or choose to hire a skipper, but the best option is a crewed catamaran.

A crewed catamaran will allow you to fully enjoy and relax while the crew will take care of everything, whether it’s preparing tasty meals for you, serving you a refreshing cocktail at sunset, anchoring in fantastic marinas, and sailing throughout beautiful islands that offer the BVI.

The main islands of the British Virgin Island

The crew will make you discover the most fantastic uninhabited islands, cays, and also the main islands of the BVI, which are Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, and Anegada.



Tortola, which is mountainous, is the largest island of the BVI with the biggest amount of population and is renowned to be the most popular in the BVI due to its beautiful sandy beaches and its sailing ground that allows you to enjoy plenty of water sports.

Tortola offers plenty of activities to enjoy, such as surfing, scuba diving, charming little villages, historic sites, and plenty of other opportunities.


Anegada is the only island in the BVI that is mainly made of beautiful corals and incredible limestone. Well renowned for its white sandy beaches and possess the largest barrier of coral reef in the Caribbean.

Sailing freely in Anegada is forbidden because navigation is difficult due to the coral reefs, and you will only be able to visit this region with a skipper or a crewed yacht.

Anegada offers miles of white sandy beaches and plenty of flamingos that live in the salt ponds, which cover the biggest part of the island’s west end.
Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda is one of the most popular destinations in BVI due to its geologic formation named The Baths, which is the island’s volcanic origin.

Line of Lounge Chairs At Jost Van Dyke

There you will be enchanted by impressive huge granite boulders extended on a white sandy beach.
Jost Van Dyke
Jost Van Dyke is the smallest island of all of the main islands; it measures only eight kilometers, situated near Tortola and St-John. A very small amount of people live on the island, which is only accessible by boat.

The most popular destination in Jost Van Dyke is Great Harbor, which is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, and plenty of small local restaurants.
The catamaran became more and more popular with time passing, and it is the best choice for those who want to have an unforgettable sailing fleet.

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