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Tortola Sailing

 Add To Life - In addition to relaxing and sailing the Caribbean, you can snorkel in some of the world's best reefs, and swim in the warm, clear water right off the back of the yacht. Enjoy a thrilling ride on our exclusive beach catamaran, located on North Sound.

Kayak in the many secluded coves, visit a 200 year old rum distillery, browse an open-air market, picnic on an uninhabited island or refresh yourself in the all-natural Bubbly Pool. Scuba diving, bone fishing, kite riding, wind surfing, and other exciting activities can easily be arranged for you by our crew.

Aristocat Charters - Aristocat offers the Very Best Day Sail in Tortola. Tour the British Virgin Islands by Sea, allowing You a Unique Opportunity to Enjoy the Enchantment and Beauty of the Caribbean. Based in West End, Tortola, Aristocat offers Full-Day Sailing Tours.

Barecat yacht charters - Barecat yacht charters in the BVI from Manuel Reef Marina in Sea Cows Bay, Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. Come to BareCat for a Caribbean sailing charter yacht vacation in Tortola and either charter a crewed or bareboat beautiful, spacious catamaran.

Kuralu - Kuralu sails out of Sopers Hole at Tortola's West End to visit Green Cay and Sandy Spit to snorkel the reef and explore the tiny one-acre island. Then with the big colorful spinnaker we sail to beautiful White Bay, Jost Van Dyke.

White Bay has been voted by Conde Nast Traveller as wne of the 10 best beaches in the Caribbean. Fantastic for snorkeling, swimming, a visit to the Soggy Dollar Bar, birthplace of the real painkiller. White Bay is where we stop and enjoy a relaxed lunch, in the shade, onboard Kuralu. A look in at Foxys in the quaint and unspoiled Caribbean settlement of Great Harbour, completes the day.

Kuralu also goes to the Indians and Benures Bay on Norman Island (Treasure Island) for a day of really excellent snorkeling. In the Norman Island, Peter Island area, we have a choice of several super snorkeling spots and destinations. We usually manage about three, selected according to wind and weather. Our last stop is the famous Indians, another excellent snorkeling spot. From there we fly our big coloured spinnaker back to Sopers Hole to complete the day.

The run home by spinnaker is usually fast and exciting. Kuralu can, of course, travel to other nearby destinations by request, and during February and March, we have often spotted whales nearby.

Patouche - We'll sail across the Sir Frances Drakes Channel to the Treasure Caves at Norman Island and enjoy easy snorkeling in the calm and crystal clear waters that surround the island. Since the 1750's, visitors to the island have discovered three separate treasure troves with each yielding substantially different amounts of riches. These bounties undoubtedly inspired Robert Louis Stevenson to immortalize Norman Island as his setting for the epic novel Treasure Island.

Next we'll sail over to nearby �Angel Fish Reef� where the turtle grass is full of large Queen Conch and the sandy bottom between the coral heads hides Southern Sting Rays and Flounders. The coral here is pristine and the perfect habitat for numerous reef fish and a great spot to take underwater photos of the colorful inhabitants like the Blue Parrot Fish, the Green Sea Turtle and the Yellowhead Wrasse.

Tortola Bareboat Sailing Charters - Caribbean sailing charters and motor yacht vacations in Tortola. Charter a bareboat catamaran, monohull sailboat or power boat and sail BVI! Crewed holidays and ASA sailing lessons available in the British Virgin Islands.

The BVI are the premier, Caribbean bareboat sailing and power boat destination and home to the world's largest bareboat charter fleet. We represent some of the finest sail and power boats available for weekly holiday rentals in Tortola. There's nothing which compares to a Caribbean sailing or power yacht vacation and no better place to sail than the British Virgin Islands.

Voyage Charters - The British Virgin Islands (BVI) lie 1200 miles South East of Miami, Florida in the Caribbean Sea. The British Virgin Islands comprise some 50 islands and is generally known as the charter capitol of the world.

The Sir Francis Drake channel, that runs between Tortola, the main island and the string of islands to the south of it, makes for some of the most pleasant sailing waters to be found anywhere.

Enjoy white sandy beaches fringed with palm trees and endless coral reefs full of beautiful tropical fish. The British Virgin Islands are one of the best sailing and cruising areas in the Caribbean.

The wreck of the R.M.S Rhone has become synonymous with the British Virgin Islands' in dive circles, regarded by many as the best wreck dive of the western hemisphere. Most of the reefs are superb for snorkeling and diving starting shallow then shelving away to 40 feet makes it excellent for all to enjoy.

White Squall II - Sail with us and explore the best beaches the British Virgin Islands have to offer and find out why we call this area Natures Little Secrets. White Squall II will take you on an adventure of a lifetime, sailing, snorkeling, fine dining, having cocktails or just relaxing and soaking up the sunshine on our 80ft spacious decks.

White Squall II will cater for all your needs be it snorkel equipment, rum punches on the foredeck, gourmet barbeque lunch with chilled white wine, and all the fun and relaxation that a traditional Schooner and it's crew can offer.

White Squall II has been day sailing the British Virgin Islands since 1979. She sails to the magnificent Baths on Virgin Gorda, sailing past the beautiful islands and stopping at the quiet seclusion of Cooper Island or alternatively sail to historic Norman Island, (reputedly the site of Long John Silver's buried treasure) and The Caves for snorkeling and tours.