The British Virgin Islands’ 60-odd islands are close together, the sea is well protected from the Atlantic, navigation is generally line-of-sight and local marinas/ports/harbours are generally scenic, safe and well-managed. All that makes things particularly easy for learners or first-timers and a perfect doddle for the pros.
Recommended sailing itineraries and information can be found easily online as well as through tourist offices, if that floats your boat.
Warm tropical waters, protected bays, steady winds, white sand beaches and thousands of islands and islets dotted nearby – the Caribbean is a yachtie paradise and the BVI is arguably the best region to have a heavenly time. Here are the areas where yachties tend to congregate.
Sopers Hole Marina, West End district, Tortola