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Catamaran charter on BVI (British Virgin Islands)

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BVI or the British Virgin Islands is an extraordinary area located in Central America. The area was discovered in the 15th century by Christopher Columbus and is part of the English colony.

Several factors affect the unique nature of this region on the Caribbean. Only 11 of the islands within BVI are inhabited by people. Most of them are pristine areas where nature sets the rules.

A great way to visit the islands is by catamaran. The selection and offer are stunning and tailored to the needs of the landlord.

You can take the whole family on a BVI trip. If you have sailor’s patent, you won't have a problem with renting a boat. However, if you need a crew to travel, you can find it thanks to modern applications and solutions.

A catamaran is a wonderful form of travel around this region. There are many boat options on offer with full and great equipment, bedrooms, a bathroom and all necessary equipment.

Places to visit

On the islands, you can visit places, both urban lands and wild spaces. If you want to taste the party atmosphere, you can stop at Cane Garden Bay. Here you can count on tribal and roots music.

Places such as Jost van Dyke are worth a visit. This atmospheric baking named after the legendary pirate. Here you can drink drinks and feel the local atmosphere.

Anegada, or Drowned Land, is a place completely different from Jost van Dyke. The beach stretches for about 19 km, if you keep the distance, you will see a whole group of flamingos on it. RMS Rhone is a shipwreck at the bottom of the sea. Here you can meet many divers and get to your rented catamaran.

Travel to BVI

You can get to this exotic place from all over the world. you will need a flight to Tortola, the largest island among others in this area. From Tortola, you can now move freely throughout the island. Here you can also rent a catamaran or other water vehicles. The biggest advantage of sailing here is the fact that you can go on a week or longer trip and indulge in the silence of unpopulated beaches and see from afar the wild and exotic birds and plants.

Travel Catamaran British Virgin Islands is one of the most unique and exotic forms of sightseeing. Those islands are undoubtedly a historical, wild, primary and sovereign place. Spending time in the bays and in the Caribbean Sea experiencing the diversity of terrains and beautiful beaches. Let yourself be carried away by a sea journey and set off on a wonderful cruise.

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