Tortola - Luxury Sailboat, Motor and Catamaran Charter in the BVI

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British Virgin Islands - Luxury Charter Yachts & Sailboats Tortola

About Chartering a Boat in Tortola | Road Town | Sopers Hole | Beaches | Map of Tortola | 5 Things To Do In Tortola | Our BVI Charter Boats

About Chartering in Tortola

Tortola is the largest and most populated island in the BVI archipelago; therefore, most sailboat Tortola charters begin and end their adventures on this beautiful island. This mountainous, volcanic island was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1492, and is the native home of the turtle dove. You will find the majority of boats moored in Road Town. Arrive here by ferry from the neighbouring US Virgin Islands, or across the bridge from the Beef Island airport.

Nanny Cay Marina hosts the BVI Charter Yacht Show which is regularly attended by our team of brokers, who make it their goal to inspect the best BVI crewed catamarans for your Tortola boat charters.

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Road Town

Tortola aerial Road Town

Road Town is a fusion of classic Caribbean town with a buzzing yachting atmosphere which provides all the necessary shops, scuba gear and anything else you might need on your charter. It also has plenty of hotels should you wish to spend a night or two before or after your sailboat charter in Tortola. Road Town is a popular starting point for itineraries around the British Virgin Islands.

Wickham's Cay, the center of the charter activity, is connected to the Main Street area near the ferry dock. You will find a good variety of shops, bars and restaurants in this area.

For accommodation prior to chartering in Tortola, the hotels in Road Town include Village Cay Hotel, Marie's Resort by the Sea, the Sea View Hotel, Treasure Isle Hotel, Prospect Reef Resort, Fort Burt Hotel, and Hotel Castle Maria. You'll find fellow sailors here before they head out on their BVI yacht charters.

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Soper's Hole

Aside from Road Town, the other main port on Tortola is Soper's Hole, a cute and charming colonial port town. The marina offers 20 moorings, 45 slips, fuel, ice, showers and complete provisioning facilities that you will need when chartering a bareboat sailboat. Head to the famous Pusser's Landing Restaurant and Bar for a night of dining, dancing and fun. You may also want to try the equally famous Jolly Roger Inn which has an infectious spirit, delightful rum drinks and delicious food.

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Beaches

The sandy beaches of Tortola, BVI, to explore on your sailboat charter

Whether you're exploring the BVI on a motor yacht, sailing yacht or catamaran, Tortola has some of the world's best beaches for you to enjoy. From west to east, a series of luscious bays will keep you entertained throughout the day. With a variety of destinations, from Smuggler's Cove to Long Bay, Apple Bay or Cane Garden Bay, you are bound to find your very own paradise. Long Bay and Cane Garden Bay are the two most frequented, with plenty of restaurants, bars and entertainment to be found!

Following onward, you'll find the sandy and deserted beaches of Brewers Bay, Josiah's Bay, Lambert Beach , and Little Bay. Crossing over to the nearly attached Beef Island, you'll find Long Bay and Trellis Bay, which has the famous Last Resort Restaurant. Suffice it to say you will not have a problem finding a fantastic beach that suits your needs on Tortola.

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Map of Tortola

Some of the key points on Tortola are highlighted. It is worth exploring these bays and destinations around Tortola allowing plenty of time to visit the other islands of the BVI, including Jost Van Dyke, Anegada and Virgin Gorda.

5 Things To Do In Tortola

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1- Snorkel

Rather than just admiring the view, why not go snorkeling at Smuggler’s Cove? Enjoy the kaleidoscope of colourful fish, coral and peacfulness at this quieter part of Tortola on its Western coast.

2- Dolphin Discovery

Head to Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands, for an experience like no other as all ages can unforgettably go swimming with Caribbean dolphins.

3- Sage Mountain

There are a number of possible routes up to the highest point of Tortola, each with equally stunning views and wildlife on offer. Before sampling some Caribbean cuisine, you’re sure to work up an appetite on this rewarding hike.

4- BananaKeet Cafe

The beautifully located BananaKeet Cafe not only serves up delicious local dishes, but also provides the perfect viewpoint for the breathtaking sunsets each night over the Caribbean sea.

5- Helicopter Tour

Once you've done it all, get up in the sky and see it all. Nothing provides panoramic views quite like a ride a helicopter, setting off from Road Town, enhanced further by the pilots local knowledge.

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Our BVI Charter Yachts

Boatbookings works very closely with all of the quality charter operators in the BVI and know the crews ensuring that you are provided with the quality and service you deserve.  Whether you are interested in chartering a crewed catamaran in the BVI, a bareboat charter or a motor yacht, we can find it for you! Contact Boatbookings today to start planning your BVI charter vacation of a lifetime!

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