Rent a Catamaran in the British Virgin Isles
You can find catamarans available to rent in the British Virgin Isles and in different dream destinations around the world on the Nautal website. Flexible cancellation or changes up to 15 days before check in is allowed on selected boats. Check the conditions established with each boat owner. If you’re seeking breathtaking beaches, treasure islands, tropical bars and spectacular sunsets then the British Virgin Islands is perfect for your next holiday! Bursting with Caribbean flair, prepare to experience the beginning of your love affair with these unique and charming little islands. Catamaran rentals in the British Virgin Isles are very popular due to the excellent sailing conditions and are especially notorious for beginner sailors. They are in fact often referred to as “every sailor’s paradise” due to the close proximity of each exclusive island, different to one another. Are you sold yet? We bet you are!
What is the price of a charter catamaran in the British Virgin Isles?
Renting a catamaran in the British Virgin Isles costs from 2,420 dollars per week in low season. While in high season it costs from 4,967 dollars per week. Catamarans are generally rented with a captain and the most luxurious vessels come with a crew. Check the mandatory and included extras with the owner.
What to do with a catamaran rental in the British Virgin Isles?
Catamaran rentals in the British Virgin Isles give you the freedom to explore the bright blue waters and anchor wherever you would like. The first stop you should not miss is the Baths on Virgin Gorda. Made up of massive boulders, the Baths are a series of pools and caves that sit right on the beach, from which you enter through a tiny opening between the rocks. And why not spend a night on the island of Anegada? From afar, the island appears absolutely flat. That’s because unlike many of the other islands in the Caribbean that were formed by volcanic eruptions, Anegada sits on a coral reef. These are just a couple of ways we suggest you take advantage of your catamaran rental in the British Virgin Isles, others include; seafood in Tortola, the brewery on Cooper Island, diving the Kodiak Queen and windsurfing.
What is the weather like in the British Virgin Isles?
The climate of the British Virgin Islands is tropical, hot throughout the year, and also influenced by the trade winds, with a more pleasant period from December to March, when the daily average temperature is around 24/25 °C (75/77 °F), and a hotter and sultry period from May to October, when the daily average is around 28 °C (82 °F). Catamaran rentals in the British Virgin Isles are most popular between December to April because there is less rain and it is the least muggy part of the year. Within this period, the months of January, February and March are the driest and the least hot of all.
How to get to the British Virgin Isles?
Unfortunately, there are no direct flights to the British Virgin Islands from Europe or the USA.
All flights connect through another Caribbean airport such as Antigua, St Thomas, Puerto Rico, St Kitts or St Maarten. Once you’ve selected which airport you’ll be flying to you can then look at additional flights or ferries which usually bring you into Tortola or Virgin Gorda.