BVI Yacht Charters: Whether you’re a first-time sailor or an experienced captain, when it comes to British Virgin Islands sailing, the Caribbean ocean provides the world’s greatest waters to navigate. Sailing the BVI is about hopping between the islands of your choice and taking advantage of the unique diving areas, beach bars and restaurants, and other attractions of each one. Tortola, the largest of the 36 islands at 20 km long and 6 km wide, has the highest elevated point in the British Virgin Islands, at 540 meters. That is also where all the key marinas and provisioning stores are located. Virgin Gorda also rises steeply from the sea with a volcanic peak of 410 meters and is known for its beaches, villas, resorts and "The Baths", a key attraction in the BVI. The last of the "Big Three" islands is Jost Van Dyke, renowned for its beautiful beaches and beach party culture. Though most of the islands in the group are volcanic, in contrast Anegada is a very flat coral and limestone atoll 30 miles northeast of Tortola; none of it is more than a few meters above sea level and the island is almost invisible to passengers arriving by sea. Most of the other 30 odd islets are uninhabited. Cultural influences can be felt through the islands' music and food – whether it be indigenous fungi, reggae or steel pan, or the taste of local savoury chicken, fish, conch and lobster dishes enhanced with exotic spices. The BVI yacht charters has all of the ingredients for a perfect sailing vacation holiday – consistent winds, gorgeous islands, destinations varying from posh hotels to deserted beaches, shipwrecks, beach party towns, and a pace and charm that perfectly fits sailing. Feel free to contact us to organise your BVI yacht charters, whatever boat you require.