Overview of the British Virgin Islands

Located in the Caribbean Sea, the British Virgin Islands are a volcanic archipelago comprising more than 60 islands.  With snorkeling, water sports and day hikes, each island has something unique to offer. Chartering a catamaran allows you to discover the natural beauty of the Islands and enjoy them at your own pace, while you enjoy all the comforts a catamaran has to offer.

Places to be sure to visit on your charter

The Baths
Virgin Gorda

On Virgin Gorda Island,The Baths beach area is a popular tourist destination. The boulders on the beach area form natural tidal pools, tunnels, arches and caves that open to the sea making this an ideal area to swim and snorkel.

Bubbling Pools
Jost van Dyke

Walking a short 10 minutes from Foxy’s Taboo will bring you to the Bubbling Pools.  The continually rush of Atlantic waves into the tidal pool creates a natural jacuzzi set in stunning natural surroundings.

William Thornton Floating Bar

Located in Great Harbour, Peter Island, “Willy T’s” is perhaps the most popular bar and restaurant in the BVI.  Arrive in time for lunch or dinner for some of their island grub or come later in the day to soak up the party atmosphere.

Road Town

With a population of about 15,000, Road Town, which located on the island of Tortola, is the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Despite being under the British flag, Tortola uses US dollars as its form of currency. Be sure to check out the Lower Estate Sugar Works Museum, The Mount Healthy Windmill, and Fort Burt.

Soggy Dollar Bar
Jost van Dyke

After anchoring in White Bay, Jost van Dyke, you are only a short swim away from infamous Soggy Dollar Bar. The Soggy Dollar Bar is credited for inventing the “Painkiller” and is famed as being one of the world’s best beach bars. 

Foxy's Bar and Restaurant
Jost van Dyke

Renowned through the world, Foxy’s is a beloved beach bar and restaurant in Great Harbour.  The bar opens at 9:30am and serves many unique drinks mixed with house rum and beers from a local microbrewery.

Horseshoe Reef

Formed by coral and limestone, rather than a volcano, Anegada is flat and low.  Miles of white sandy beaches surround the sparsely populated island. It is home to Horseshoe Reef, which is one of the largest barrier island reefs in the Caribbean.

Mount Sage National Park

As the first National Park in the BVI, Sage Mountain is the highest point in the Virgin Islands at 1,716 ft and offers panoramic views of the islands.  Twelve different trials cover the 86 acres of the park.

The Indians

Just north of Norman Island is this collection of rocks that resemble an Indian’s headdress.  Take advantage of the numerous anchoring balls and dive in and swim around and through the rocks exploring the vast array of marine life.

Rhone National Marine Park

Dive in and explore the #1 diving spot in the Caribbean at the magnificent wreck of the RMS Rhone which is located near Salt Island.  A diver’s paradise, the RMS Rhone is a preserved sunken postal ship lies in water ranging from 20-80 feet.