What should I bring with me?
Please check the following link with a detailed list of items you should consider bringing with you.
Where should I berth, in a marina or in bays?
If you have enough electricity, water and food, you can spend the night in one of the numerous, well secured bays on the British Virgin Islands. If using the services of a skipper, you won’t have any problems finding the securest bays, since the skippers are well acquainted with the BVI region. If navigating a vessel on your own, please feel free to contact us for help – we’ll gladly give you our suggestions about the safe bays in the maritime zone where you go sailing. You could also ask the personnel of the charter agency for some suggestions during your check-in procedure in the marina.
Which currency should I use to pay for mooring fees and other expenses?
Please note that all the services in British Virgin islands are paid in United States Dollars. Sometimes it is possible to pay the mooring fees in Dollars, but it depends upon the marina and should be checked upon in advance.
In restaurants, shops and supermarkets you can use credit cards as well
Technical equipment on board?
If having reserved a vessel through our website, please check the additional information on vessel equipment for every single boat in our offer. Should you need any further assistance, just contact us and we’ll send you a document quoting all the equipment on your chosen boat.
All boats in our offer have safety and navigation equipment as well as navigation maps.
Is bed linen, cutlery, etc. provided on board?
Bed linen (sheets, blankets, pillows) is provided on every vessel. Only few charter agencies provide towels as well, so by all means take your own with you (both beach towels as well as those for personal hygiene).
Kitchen is equipped with stove, oven, fridge, sink, cooking utensils and cutlery.
Cleaning agents, dish cloths, etc. are not provided on board, but can be bought in stores in the marinas before boarding.