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Charter Sailboat Dufour Dufour 520 Gl British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands

Dufour - Dufour 520 Gl | 12 people (2018)

12
10
Without a skipper

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Catana Group - Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €418 per day

Charter Catamaran Island Spirit Yachts Island Spirit 525E British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Island Spirit Yachts - Island Spirit 525E | 12 people (2024)

12
14
With or without a skipper

From €1,547 per day

Charter Sailboat Bénéteau Oceanis 54 - 3 + 1 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Bénéteau - Oceanis 54 - 3 + 1 cab. | 9 people (2024)

9
9
With or without a skipper

From €497 per day

Charter Sailboat CNB Cabon 93 British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands

CNB - Cabon 93 | 6 people (2001)

6
7
With a skipper

From €4,571 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Catana Group - Bali Catsmart - 4 + 2 cab. | 10 people (2024)

10
11
With or without a skipper

From €559 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali 5.4 - 6 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Catana Group - Bali 5.4 - 6 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
16
With or without a skipper

From €2,109 per day

Charter Sailboat JEANNEAU Sun Odyssey 349 - ZAURAK British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands

JEANNEAU - Sun Odyssey 349 - ZAURAK | 6 people (2018)

6
6
With or without a skipper

From €279 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali 5.4 - 5 + 2 cab British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Catana Group - Bali 5.4 - 5 + 2 cab | 10 people (2024)

10
12
With or without a skipper

From €2,260 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Bali 5.4 - 6 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands

Catana - Bali 5.4 - 6 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2022)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €2,171 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon-Bénéteau Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €657 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Fountaine Pajot - Fountaine Pajot Astrea 42 - 4 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2020)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €428 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon-Bénéteau Lagoon 51 - 6 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 51 - 6 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
13
With or without a skipper

From €1,326 per day

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Ipanema 58 British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands

Fountaine Pajot - Ipanema 58 | 12 people (2019)

12
12
With a skipper

Charter Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Fountaine Pajot - Tanna 47 - 5 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
1.0
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Fountaine Pajot - Fountaine Pajot - Tanna 47 - 5 cab. | 12 people (2022)

12
10
With or without a skipper

From €727 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon-Bénéteau Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
12
With or without a skipper

From €657 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon-Bénéteau Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
3.8
 (1)

Lagoon-Bénéteau - Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. | 12 people (2024)

12
10
With or without a skipper

From €657 per day

Charter Catamaran Catana Group Bali 4.8 - 4 + 1 cab. British Virgin Islands
British Virgin Islands
New

Catana Group - Bali 4.8 - 4 + 1 cab. | 9 people (2024)

9
9
With or without a skipper

From €893 per day

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Rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands

Composed of luscious islets and reefs, the British Virgin Islands are situated in the northern area of the Caribbean.

These beautiful islands have always been a meeting point for lovers of the sea and yachting. It’s easy to understand why, providing the circumstances: hidden coves, secret bays, wildlife, and sea life rolled into a picture-perfect panorama for sailing destinations. This archipelago was also a refuge for pirates and their buried treasure. Despite being an overseas British territory, the BVI’s currency is the American dollar. Robert Louis Stevenson’s book The Island of the Treasure was inspired by the BVI. With the fantastic white sand landscapes of the BVI, the British Virgin Islands boat charters in this location seem to be an inspiring opportunity to check out.

How much does it cost to charter a boat in the British Virgin Islands?

Renting a boat in the BVI can vary due to a few factors. Factors influencing the price are the type of boat, length, age, capacity, with or without a skipper, extras, etc.

What is the price to rent a boat per day?

Look at our rentals if you want to sail away the day in this yachting mecca.

Sailboat

Our prices for sailboat rentals begin at €335/day in the low season and €765/day in the high season.

Motorboat

Our prices for motorboat rentals begin at €575/day in the low and high seasons.

Catamaran

Our prices for catamaran rentals begin at €675/day in the low and high seasons.

What is the price to rent a boat per week?

If you aim to visit all 15 inhabited BVI islands, why not consider a week-long charter? Take a look at some of our prices:

Sailboat

Our prices for sailboat rentals begin at €2,345/week in the low season and €5,355/week in the high season.

Catamaran

Our prices for catamaran rentals begin at €4,935/week in the low season and €10,675/week in the high season.

What is included in the cost?

The cost includes using your chosen vessel for your British Virgin Islands boat rental. The essential safety equipment will ensure you and your guests have a secure and worry-free journey. Our top priority is your safety and that you have an enjoyable trip! The final cost may differ depending on the additional services and extras that the boat owner provides. Fuel will typically require an additional payment. It will also depend on the boat type and the journey length.

What are the mooring fees in the BVI?

Mooring fees in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) can vary depending on location, vessel size, and type of mooring. Typically, prices for private boats and charter yachts range from approximately $25 to $30 per night for vessels under a specific length, with potentially higher rates for larger ships. 

Is renting a boat in the BVI with or without a skipper possible?

Renting a boat with a skipper offers the convenience of having an experienced professional handle navigation and safety, allowing you to relax and enjoy the journey. This option is excellent for those without boating skills or simply wanting a worry-free experience. On the other hand, renting without a skipper provides more control over your itinerary and activities, making it suitable for experienced boaters. However, this choice demands a good understanding of navigation, local regulations, and safety protocols. Consider your comfort level, expertise, and desired level of involvement when deciding between the two options. An additional cost of a skipper starts from 200 € per day.

What to do in the British Virgin Islands?

Renting a boat in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) is an incredible way to explore the beauty and tranquillity of this Caribbean paradise. With its crystal-clear waters, stunning landscapes, and numerous islands to discover, there's no shortage of unique experiences while on a boat rental in the British Virgin Islands. Here are some of the best things to do:

Island Hopping

The BVI comprises around 60 islands and cays, each with a unique charm. Hop from island to island, exploring hidden coves, pristine beaches, and vibrant coral reefs. Some must-visit islands include Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke, and Anegada.

Snorkeling and Diving

The BVI is renowned for its exceptional snorkelling and diving spots. The underwater world is teeming with colourful marine life and vibrant coral reefs. The Indians and The Baths are two popular spots for snorkelling and diving.

The Baths

This is a must-see natural wonder located on Virgin Gorda. The Baths are a series of giant granite boulders creating unique pools, tunnels, and caves to explore. It's a surreal and beautiful place to spend some time.

Anegada

Explore the unique island of Anegada, known for its low-lying landscape and stunning beaches. It's also an excellent place for water activities like kiteboarding, windsurfing, and paddleboarding.

Beach Picnics

With so many secluded beaches, you can anchor your boat and enjoy a private beach picnic. Most boat rentals come equipped with basic amenities, making it easy to enjoy a meal onshore.

Fishing

The waters around the BVI are rich with marine life, making it an excellent destination for fishing enthusiasts. You can catch various fish, including mahi-mahi, tuna, and marlin.

Water Sports

Many boats offer equipment for various water sports, such as kayaking, paddleboarding, and tubing. Take advantage of these activities to add extra excitement to your boating adventure.

Gourmet Dining

Some boat rental options include onboard chefs who can prepare delicious meals using local ingredients. Enjoy a gourmet dining experience as you cruise through the islands.

Relaxation and Serenity

One of the best aspects of a boat charter in the British Virgin Islands is the opportunity to disconnect and relax in a serene environment. Whether you're lounging on the deck, swimming in clear waters, or enjoying the boat's gentle rocking, it's a perfect escape from everyday life.

What are some of the best beaches to visit when you rent a boat in the BVI?

White Bay Beach, Jost Van Dyke

This is exactly the sort of beach you might expect to find on the front of a postcard, with white sand and sparkling turquoise seas. Just offshore, you will find a reef that is perfect for snorkelling, and when you’re done exploring the coast, you can try one of the Soggy Dollar Bar’s iconic Painkiller cocktails.

Cane Garden Bay Beach, Tortola

Being very sheltered, this is a popular beach with families thanks to the calm waters. It’s also one of the best areas if you want to listen to live music, as you can go to Quito’s Gazebo, where the owner, Quito Rymer, will often treat his patrons to a song or two.

Brewer’s Bay Beach, Tortola

This is a slightly more secluded beach, thanks partly to the treacherous journey here. There is a plethora of tropical fish not far off the shore, which makes for some of the best snorkelling throughout the island group.

Devil’s Bay National Park, Virgin Gorda

You can’t talk about the best beaches in the BVI without mentioning Devil’s Bay National Park and the Baths, also nearby. Like Brewer’s Bay, this area is less crowded and a great place to go snorkelling because of the boulders lining the shore. There is also an open-air bar where you can grab a bite to eat and a cocktail if you get peckish.

How is the weather in BVI?

The rainy season is from August to December, and the dry season is from January to April. You can sail in the BVI all year long. These blissful islands experience pleasant temperatures all year. From January to April, temperatures are warm, ranging between 20ºC and 28ºC. The hottest months are May to August, with temperatures as high as 32ºC to lows of 23ºC. In August, temperatures are much warmer, starting at 23ºC and peaking at 30ºC. Water temperatures are fantastic around the seasonal clock, fluctuating between 26ºC and 28ºC.

Sailing in the BVI is amazing since there is no bad weather. December to April is the high season for sailing in the BVI, with average winds ranging from 15 to 20 knots. May to June is considered a low season with gentler wind. August to mid-October is not recommended for sailing due to hurricane season.

Which are the most popular ports in BVI?

Nautal offers different boats such as sailboats, ribs, catamarans and more. These are some ports where we offer boats:

Road Town, Tortola

The Port Purcell Marina in Road Town is approximately 11 km from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS). Situated centrally in Road Town, the marina offers fuel stations, provisioning services, boat maintenance, and customs clearance. Road Town itself provides various shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions. The marina has around 32 berths.

Yacht Club Costa Smeralda (YCCS), Virgin Gorda

YCCS on Virgin Gorda is about 11 km from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS). To reach Virgin Gorda, a ferry ride is required. Positioned on the northeastern coast of Virgin Gorda, YCCS is a destination in itself and provides upscale facilities, including moorings, boat services, a yacht club, dining options, and concierge services. The marina hosts regattas and events. It features approximately 38 berths.

Nanny Cay, Tortola

Nanny Cay, situated approximately 11 km from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS), is around 6.5 km from the central inner city of Tortola, Road Town. The marina offers comprehensive facilities, including services, a boatyard, restaurants, shops, accommodations, a pool, and a beach. It hosts events and provides about 180 berths.

Soper's Hole, Tortola

Soper's Hole, located about 11 km from Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS), is roughly 4.8 km from Road Town. The marina features facilities like customs clearance, shops, restaurants, and services tailored to boaters. Its Caribbean ambience draws visitors, and the marina offers approximately 50 berths.

How to Get to the BVI?

Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS) on Beef Island (connected to Tortola) is the best option for those flying to the BVI. Smaller airports are based on other islands, such as Virgin Gorda and Anegada. You can also sail to the BVI or rent a boat in other Caribbean locations.

Which is the perfect boat for me?

If you’re considering chartering a yacht in BVI, you’ll want to find a boat as beautiful as the destination. Nautal is here to help! If you want to spend a short time on the water, RIBs, motorboats and Jet Skis are perfect for a day trip. For longer journeys, boats such as catamarans and yachts are excellent options. These boats have more space and amenities for you and your guests. A sailboat is ideal if you want a typical sailing experience but require some expertise!

Take a look at the capacity of the boats in our fleet below:

Sailboat

Our sailboats accommodate up to 13 guests and include up to 7 cabins.

Motorboat

Our Motorboats accommodate up to 20 guests.

Catamaran

Our catamarans accommodate up to 15 guests and include up to 6 cabins.


Good to know

Boats available :20 boats available
Popular Popular types of boats:Sailboat, Motorboat, RIB
Skipper: €100 per day
Low season price: €100 per day
High season price:€1,535 per day
Brands:Beneteau, Jeanneau, and more

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