The British Virgin Islands are part of the Virgin Island region of the Caribbean Island Archipelago. In contrast to the urban development of St Thomas, the BVI is relatively pristine and untouched. If you want to get away from it all, the British Virgin Islands have some very secluded spots including numerous small islands with no human habitation. It makes for a perfect sailing vacation.
The BVI is composed of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost Van Dyke, Beef Island, Cooper Island, Ginger Island, Great Camanoe, Great Thatch, Guana Island, Mosquito Island, Necker Island, Norman Island, Peter Island, and Salt Island.
The climate here is perfect for sailing vacations. The temperatures vary minimally during the year so you're assured of a great vacation which you may not in areas such as Mexico, Florida and California. Temperatures vary from the 80s in summer to high 70s in the winter. There isn't a more appropriate setting for a family sailing vacation. See the islands as pirates and other mariners saw it centuries ago.
More than 400,000 tourists flock to the British Virgin Islands every year so it is a popular destination. Many of these visitors are from Cruise Ships however visitors from charter boat cruises make up a substantial number of visits too. The currency in BVI is the US dollar.
Caribbean BVI Crewed Sailing Vacation
Your BVI sailing cruise is crewed by a skipper and first mate who care about your safety and enjoyment of the trip. The captain is licensed by the US coast guard and has 20 years of sailing and diving experience. So book your BVI sailing vacation with confidence and start looking forward a really unique experience.