Boat rentals in Tortola
Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands located in the Caribbean and is calling your name! It is located about 60 miles (100km) east of Puerto Rico, making it the ultimate place to rent a sailing boat. Tortola is composed of a long chain of steep hills uninterrupted by any transverse valley. Boat rentals in Tortola are the perfect way to explore this amazing island to its full potential!
What to do with your boat rental in Tortola
Boat rentals in Tortola open up a whole new perspective of the island! Don’t know what we mean? Well, allow us to make you fall in love with the place before you have even been ...
Explore secret coves and bays that the average tourist will never see, sink your toes into white sand, all whilst absorbing the unique charm of the island from the sea.
Step back on land and check out the cultural side of Tortola. The Wall Mural of Fahie Hill is a local work of art that depicts a variety of cultural scenes. It was painted by a local artist who successfully turned a 10-feet-high, 60-feet-wide wall into a masterpiece showing how the people of the island really live.
We also recommend that you see the city from above by visiting the Sky world, which shows a spectacular panoramic view from one of Tortola's tallest towers and prepare to have your breath taken away.
Lastly, follow the famous trail between Spring Bay and Devil’s Bay. In fact, some may say its more like an obstacle course than a walking trail. Use ropes, ladders, and your own wits as you reach your destination. Do you have what it takes?
You can also choose to go visit the islands nearby! Enjoy BVI boat rentals and set sail island hopping and see the beautiful Caribbean coast.
Tortola Spots to Eat, Drink, and Hang Out
Drink delicious rum at Callwood’s distillery and let your taste buds explode at Myett’s Restaurant. The perfect way to spend an evening after a day onboard your boat rental in Tortola.
For a more casual vibe, have a scenic wander over to Bomba’s Surf Shack for drinks and a bbq. The shack is a popular hot spot for sailors to meet, enjoy a drink and catch up on adventures of the sea.
The climate in Tortola
August is the hottest month in Tortola with an average temperature of 28°C (82°F) and the coldest is January at 25°C (77°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 9 in August. The best month to rent a yacht in Tortola is in September when the average sea temperature is 29°C (84°F).
How to get to Tortola
You can't directly fly into Tortola but it is possible to fly into San Juan or Puerto Rico then hop onto a connecting flight directly into Tortula’s Beef Island Airport. From there you can hire a taxi which will take you to the charter base in Road Town.
Flight & Ferry:
Fly into St. Thomas airport (STT) in the U.S. Virgin Islands, then take a 10-minute taxi to Charlotte Amalie ferry dock. From there, you’ll hop on the Road Town Fast Ferry and enjoy a 1-hour scenic ride over to Road Town, Tortola.