Sailing British Virgin Islands
The British Virgin Islands, known as a ‘’sailor's paradise’’, is an untouched volcanic archipelago that offers you turquoise crystal clear waters and white sand beaches with magical sunsets.
The climate and vegetation on the largest island Tortola and the BVI are much drier than on many Caribbean islands, which makes the water clarity much higher. This is why the BVI is a popular destination for divers and snorkelers. Spend your sailing vacation aboard a luxury catamaran and explore the amazing warm underwater paradise full of colorful life, corals and reefs. Find hidden coves and enjoy exotic cuisine in pirate-ship bars and restaurants.
The Caribbean region is best known for its wonderful beaches and pristine waters, but also for its history mostly marked by a long colonial period.
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The high season for sailing in the BVI would be from December through April. In May and June, the islands get less busy and more peaceful. During September and October, there is a small chance of hurricanes. However, it is also the best time for sailing if you want to be alone and have a whole beach to yourself.