British-Virgin Islands Catamaran Charter

Feel the sun’s warmth on your shoulders as you take in the stunning scenery. Breathe in the refreshing sea breeze. Walk on unspoiled sandy beaches adorned with pastel-colored seashells, swim in refreshing aqua waters, and relax on your private luxury yacht. Your British Virgin Islands catamaran charter has begun. Read on to find out more about crewed catamarans in the BVI.

From pristine white sand beaches to lush jungles and vibrant coral reefs, there’s something for everyone in the BVI. You can experience all these wonders with a yacht charter in one trip! However, you can, of course, always go back many more times. If you’re looking for relaxation, you can sail to one of the many secluded coves and anchor for a few days. If you’re looking for adventure, there are plenty of opportunities for exploring.

Why Take a BVI Catamaran Charter?

With so many ways to experience the British Virgin Islands, you may wonder what makes a catamaran charter special. There are several reasons: catamarans offer spacious accommodations, covered main decks, and flybridges with 360-degree views. These boats have two hulls, making them more stable than a traditional monohull sailboat. The two-hull design also allows for spacious living areas and increased privacy.

In addition to spaciousness and stability, catamarans have large trampolines — great for sunbathing. The increased space also allows for many water toys, such as stand-up paddleboards (SUPs), kayaks, water skis, and towable toys. Some catamarans even have onboard dive compressors and scuba gear.

Many catamarans have two crew members — a captain and a chef/first mate. Larger catamarans may have more crew members. Generally, a larger catamaran with more crew provides a higher level of service. Smaller catamarans are also very enjoyable. You’ll want to consider the size of your group and the level of service you wish to enjoy when choosing a boat.

Who Would Enjoy a British-Virgin Islands Catamaran Charter?

BVI Catamaran charters are ideal for:

  • Families with children
  • Families with teenagers
  • Couples
  • Groups of friends
  • First-time charterers
  • Water sports enthusiasts

We will tailor your catamaran charter and create a custom itinerary that suits you and your preferences.

What Types of Catamarans are Available?

When planning your sailing vacation, consider the size of your group and the level of service you desire. Of course, all catamarans are luxurious, but larger boats have more crew members, and more crew members equal a greater level of personalized attention. Likewise, some makes of catamarans offer more space, such as a flybridge.

Power Catamarans

Power catamarans have all the features of a traditional sailing catamaran yet allow you to travel from place to place faster than if you were under sail power alone. They are viewed as an alternative to regular motorboats because of the plentiful space with many amenities. Also, operating costs for fuel are lower. The ability to get into shallow anchorages is excellent due to the shallow drafts. SEAGLASS 74 is one excellent choice for a power catamaran.

Power catamaran C’EST LA VIE is another excellent choice for exploring the BVI. At 67′, the 2022 Lagoon has space for eight guests in 4 cabins; her rates start at just $59,000. Her comfortable and sleek interior is excellent for families and couples alike.

Sailing Catamarans

These are always popular in the BVI and offer an authentic sailing experience, space, and comfort. Sailing catamarans, like power catamarans, have shallow drafts and can get into shallow anchorages. They also benefit from much lower fuel costs, as they use wind power for most of their voyages. What’s more, you can have a chance to participate in the experience by helping out with your sail.

RELENTLESS II is an excellent choice for a sailing catamaran in the BVI. At 80′, the new Sunreef yacht hosts eight guests in 4 luxurious cabins. She also features the latest technology and entertainment, guaranteeing a fun vacation. Another great option is the Sunreef catamaran AMAYA. At 60 feet, she hosts eight guests in 4 suites. In addition to modern and elegant furnishings, she is equipped with all the water toys you need. Plus, she has a great crew to show you the best of the BVIs!

Sample BVI Sailing Catamaran Yachts

Scuba  Scuba Diving On Board
6 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 1998 Refit:
Built: 1998
€99,500 - €115,000 /wk 138.42 Ft Cat
5 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2003 Refit:
Built: 2003
$70,000 - $80,000 /wk 105.00 Ft Cat
4 Cabins Year/Rebuilt: 2014 Refit:
Built: 2014
$85,000 - $90,000 /wk 85.00 Ft Cat

The British-Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands (BVI) are ideal for a catamaran charter. Not only does this destination enjoy nearly perfect weather, but it also has short distances between islands. With shorter sailing distances, you can visit more places.

The British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, along with more than 50 smaller islands and cays.

The British Virgin Islands are an idyllic destination for a yacht charter, with plenty of incredible places to explore. The BVI has something for everyone, from pristine beaches to hidden coves and lush rainforests. Here are quick highlights of some of the best places to go in the BVI on your yacht charter:


If you’re looking for a secluded paradise, Anegada is the perfect destination. This flat coral island is just north of Virgin Gorda and features stunning white sand beaches and an abundance of wildlife. Popular activities include swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, and exploring the tidal flats on foot. Several excellent restaurants offer a range of local seafood dishes, and visitors can also enjoy some of the best saltwater fishing in the Caribbean.

Jost Van Dyke

The fourth-largest of the British Virgin Islands, Jost Van Dyke offers plenty of activities, including snorkeling, sailing, and kayaking. There’s also a Foxy’s bar where you can sample the local food and drinks.

Norman Island

Named after an 18th-century pirate, Norman Island is home to one of the largest anchorages in the Caribbean. You can also explore the caves around the island or take a tour of Pirate’s Bight, a beachside restaurant and bar. You can snorkel in the Caves and Indians, two well-known diving spots, or relax on the beach with a good book.

Virgin Gorda

Take a hike through the beautiful Valley of Yams in Virgin Gorda. Here you’ll find The Baths, an area of boulders that form natural pools perfect for swimming and snorkeling. The Baths is a national park with huge granite boulders forming a maze of caves. Spend the day exploring these fascinating rock formations, swimming in the turquoise waters, and soaking up some sunshine on the white sandy beaches.

Cooper Island

Cooper Island is located at the southern end of the British Virgin Islands and is known for its excellent snorkeling opportunities. This island also features several restaurants and bars and a serene beach for sunbathing.

For detailed information about each island, click on the links below.

British-Virgin Islands Catamaran Charter

Please get in touch with us to plan your next luxury vacation aboard a catamaran, sailboat, or motor yacht in the BVIs.

Please call us today at 1 (321) 777-1707 or describe Your Vacation Vision to help you plan your fully-crewed private luxury yachting vacation! Inquire as soon as possible about your custom, crewed yacht charter.

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