A Yacht Charter In BVI Must See

Planning a yacht charter?

As the American Express Travel Insider for the British Virgin Islands, I have a few great spots that you should not miss!

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Norman Island:

Snorkel the unique rock formations at The Indians and  explore The Caves. Have lunch at The Blight or the floating bar and restaurant, Willy T’s. Willy T’s can get a bit wild at times so be warned!

Virgin Gorda:

A quaint little island with something for everyone. A group of islands called The Dogs has excellent snorkeling and diving. On the North sound, dine at The Bitter End or Saba Rock. From there, sail to The Baths at Virgin Gorda. This pristine National Park has been opened to cruise ship passengers so time your trip carefully if you want to avoid a parade of cruise ship passengers wearing yellow life jackets. I recommend bringing water shoes and some cash for the fun little beach bar. Lockers can be rented for your towels and belongings.

Have dinner at Top of the Baths after your day exploring.

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Jost Van Dyke:

Are you ready to sample the world famous Painkiller? Anchor in White Bay at the Soggy Dollar Bar. Once you swim to shore with your wallet, you will realize why they call it the Soggy Dollar Bar!

Afterwards, head to Great Harbor for dinner. Foxy’s is a lively night spot with good food in a casual atmosphere.

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If you have extra time in the British Virgin Islands, sail to Anegada.  Flamingo’s and rare Rock Iguanas call this island home. Have your Captain call ahead and make reservations for waterfront dining and sample the local Anageda Lobster.