Jan 25, 2012
Chartering a boat in the BVI is the ultimate winter escape. Big boats, little boats, sail boats, power boats, bareboats or fully crewed boats…..you choose your ride.
Grey skies, icy winds, January blahs. The best way to have an attitude adjustment is to pack a weekend bag with a bathing suit, shorts, sandals, sunglasses. The British Virgin Islands are easy assessable via St. Thomas, Virgin islands or San Juan Porto Rica. English is the spoken language, the dollar is the currency and the natives are laid back and welcome you to their paradise.
The BVI is world renowned for sailing and cruising hence there is a huge inventory of boats based here. The best way to choose your floating hotel is to find a good charter boat broker. There are many established captains that know the best anchorages, the best restaurants, the best places to party and the hidden secluded beaches. Snorkeling and diving is awesome in the clear, warm Caribbean water and a knowledgeable captain will guide you to the sites that are not known to the masses.
“Our last trip to the BVI we charted a 44’ catamaran with four cabins, a captain and a chef that created the most delicious entrées. We were referred to Captain Terry of SailwithTerry by some friends that had an awesome cruising experience. Captain Terry listened to our preferences and matched us up with a delightful husband and wife team that were in tune to our needs.
We discussed menus with the chef and explained our desire to have an abundance of fresh fruit and vegetables and as much seafood as possible. The captain was also a diver and was able to take us to the best dive sites.”
We realized that the success of a Caribbean sailing vacation could be greatly enhanced by a good Captain and crew. Our Captains do not abandon their guest. A Captain and crew that are knowledgeable and in tune with your desire and wishes are the recipe to a special sailing vacation.
Enjoy a carefree vacation. Let Captain Terry arrange your perfect Caribbean Sailing Vacation.