Lipari 41

  • The Lipari 41 is a sleek catamaran manufactured by Fountaine Pajot. As usual for the French manufacturer, quality is high both on the outside and inside. Its deck is spacious and the interior is comfortable. The cabins are spacious and have large double beds.

    Technical specifications

    Model: Lipari 41
    Type:
    Length: 11.95
    Beam: 6.73
    Draft: 1.1
    Displacement: 9800
    Motorboats: Volvo
    Horse Power: 60
    Day by day capacity: 12

Destinations where you can hire a Lipari 41

  • Yacht charter in Trogir
  • <p>A <strong>yacht charter in Trogir</strong>, one of the sailing hotspots, is the only way to complete your sailing holiday Croatia. Surrounded by the sea, it is the perfect city to visit during your boat holiday in Croatia. Why not sail a gulet or a yacht like an Oceanis or Bavaria either bareboat or crewed in Trogir, Croatia for your next holiday and find out for yourself how amazing a yacht charter sailing trip is! </p> <p>Trogir is in a fantastic location for you to use as a hub as you explore the nearby Mediterranean and Adriatic seas and coasts! Charter a yacht from us and sail your boat to a different town, marina or island every day during your holiday. We advise you don’t miss out on visiting amazing and gorgeous places such as; Sibenik, Dubrovnik, Hvar, Trogir, Split and many more destinations in Dalmatia, the Adriatic and in Croatia too! </p> <h2>What to do in Trogir</h2> <p>With a yacht charter in Trogir you can appreciate this city which lies on the southern part of the Adriatic coast in the region of Split, and has one of the longest tourism traditions in Croatia due to its historical heritage and impressive natural beauty. As part of your yacht charter in Trogir, you will enjoy both sailing in the clear, blue water and anchoring your charter boat in one of the well-maintained ports to take a look at the city. </p> <p>For those who want to combine a yacht charter in Trogir with some culture, you can appreciate the beautiful medieval city with its white buildings and cobbled streets. While sailing along the coast, you will have a great view of those white buildings from your charter yacht. The most popular tourist attractions in Trogir are the Cathedral of St. Lawrence, the Church of St. Peter, the Duke’s Palace, and the St. Michael Bell-tower. The city’s Old Town has been included in the UNESCO World Cultural heritage register since 2007 as one of the world’s best preserved medieval centres, which makes it the perfect place to visit during your yacht charter holiday in Trogir. </p> <p>But don’t forget to take one of aBoatTime’s yachts or a gulet like the Oceanis or Bavaria either bareboat, crewed or skippered come sailing in Croatia as you visit some splendid destinations in the Mediterranean like Dalmatia, Hvar, Split, Dubrovnik, Sibenik and many more Dalmatian locations on your yacht charter sailing holiday in Trogir. Don’t miss out on the UNESCO sites in Croatia and the ones near Trogir and also remember to visit a new town or marina as much as possible during your trip. </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>There are some ports where you can moor the boat to go to the city of Trogir that have plenty of berths for you to moor your yacht in. If you require a marina that is quieter or more secluded, there are plenty of options along the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Here are some examples: </p> <Ul> <li> Marina Trogir </li> <p>This port has 133 berths for mooring a boat with up to 3 meters draft and 60 meters long. You will definitely find one of the berths suitable for you yacht. </p> <Li> Baotic Marina </li> <p>This port has 400 moorings and berths and a lot of services for customers. It can welcome vessels with up to 5 meters draft and 25 meters long. </p> </ul> <h2>The Coastline </h2> <p>The main reason a yacht charter in Trogir is so popular is due to the city´s marvellous beaches, beautiful waters, and spectacular landscape. </p> <ul><li>Cubo bays</li><p>Great for families, there are many services, such as restaurants, changing rooms, tennis courts, etc. They are surrounded by pine trees and rock formations. </p></ul> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>The cuisine is very influenced by Mediterranean cuisines, such as the Greek, the Italian or the Spanish. This influence is especially felt in the coastal region. However, it also has its own popular and traditional dishes. </p> <p>Olive oil and the good table wine are the two ingredients that can’t be absent from a traditional local table. Fish and shellfish cooked with rice, a good sausage from the Dalmatian region…one of the typical dishes Croatian dishes is the Kulen, which is a sort of dry spicy sausage. Another dish that you should try if you are interested in other culture’s cuisines, is the Brodest, which is a rice dish similar to the Spanish Paella. </p> <p>It is a luxury to sail in Torgir, not only because of its crystal clear waters and all the beaches and coves that it has nearby, but also because of the culture of the country it is in. Croatia is a country with a long maritime tradition, and that is why sailing on a yacht charter in the Adriatic will help you to understand in the best way the local inhabitants and their traditions. One of the best ways to discover the secrets that Croatia has to offer is with a yacht charter in Torgir. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Menorca
  • <p>Known by the locals as “the white and blue island”, Menorca enjoys around 300 days of sun a year. A bareboat or crewed <strong>boats charter in Menorca</strong> is arguably the perfect place for sailing holidays. The origin of the name, comes from Minorica which means the smaller island of Majorca. The weather conditions of Menorca are ideal for yacht charter throughout the year. Its average temperature of 19ºC means that the temperature is warm even in the winter. If you’d like to you could even visit nearby islands like Ibiza, Formentera and Majorca and the other Balearics and traditional port towns and cities like Mahon or Ciutadella on one of our yachts or maybe a catamaran. This all adds together with the Mediterranean to create an amazing sailing holiday where you can enjoy sailing your own boat or yacht and fall in love with the surrounding islands and beaches. </p> <p>Why not rent one of the Jeanneau yachts either skippered, crewed or bareboat for example for your yacht charter sailing holiday in Menorca whilst visiting some fantastic destinations like; Mahon (Mahón), Formentera, Majorca, Ibiza and the other smaller Balearic Islands for any length of time that you wish! Sail around this idyllic area of the Mediterranean as you visit any port you want or any of the islands or beaches that you wish to relax on during your time on a chartered yacht in Menorca! </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>There are many ports in Menorca to moor your yacht, boat or catamaran in during your sailing holiday. Some of our favourite marinas that you could visit on our yachts are: </p> <h3> Marina Menorca: </h3> <p>Located in Mahón, this port has 550 moorings for boats with lengths between 5 and 25 meters. It also has a variety of services to meet the needs of all its customers during your stay on your yacht and whilst you take a break from sailing around the Balearic Islands. </p> <h3> Club Náutico de Ciutadella: </h3> <p>This port has 60 berths for boats with a maximum length of 18 meters and a draft of 2 to 6.5 meters. </p> <h3> Darsena Deportiva Cala'n Bosch: </h3> <p> This marina has a total of 274 berths and the capacity to accommodate ships with a maximum length of 14 meters. </p> <h3> Port Mahón - Ribera del puerto: </h3> <p> This port, located in Mahón, has a total of 240 berths for boats up to 18 meters in length, as well as various services for customers . </p> <h3> Club Maritime Mahón: </h3> <p> This club has been built to house 150 boats at the same time with a maximum length of 40 meters and draft of 1-13 m. </p> <h2>What to do in Menorca</h2> <p>The island was rewarded as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993 thanks to its biosphere and the conservation of its historical heritage. The nature on this island is unique, protecting both plants and animals from extinction. Its Mediterranean style forests, its rocky cliffs and turquoise sea are just some of the idyllic areas this Spanish island has to offer. If you want to get to know the whole island then it is easy as it is split into different sections: from the capital, Mahón, to the old capital. If you decide to visit Menorca with a yacht charter, you will be able to enjoy a huge amount of cultural activities, lots of fun and paradisiac beaches. </p> <p>With a crewed or bareboat yacht charter in Menorca, you will be able to enter into the little bays and coves to swim and go diving, enjoy Mediterranean cuisine with rich food and drink on board your boat or in one of the numerous bars the island offers you on the water’s edge. Can you imagine a better, more deserving way to spend your holidays? </p> <p>A yacht charter holiday in Menorca is the stuff of dreams. On the island there is an abundance of orchids and wildflowers, offering their most impressive show during the spring. For the most of the summer many festivals and parties are celebrated in the small towns in which you will find a mix of local traditions from the 14th century with concerts and theatrical performances of the highest quality, putting on something for everyone’s different tastes.</p> <h2>What to see in Menorca</h2> <p>The island offers a complete cultural experience, from “el Santuario de la Virgen del Monte Toro” to the “Basilica de Santa Maria de Ciutadella” and finally the archeological sites of prehistoric towns in Trepuco and Talati. Additionally, you can’t miss out on the pyramid at Punta Nati or the windmills such as the one at Dalt de Sant Lluis. If you like handmade things and markets, then Menorca is your ideal destination. The old town offers many stalls and artisan shops where you can buy beautiful souvenirs during your yacht charter in Menorca. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <h3>Cala Macarella</h3><p>This cove (Cala means cove), along with Turqueta, is one of the most well known in Menorca. It has marvellous views, calm blue waters thanks to the tall cliffs that surround them, covered in leafy pines. All in all, this special and natural environment is best explored from the water, however, there is a somewhat untrodden path for getting there by land. </p> <h3>Cala Turqueta</h3><p> This cove is very close to Macarella and is very similar to Cala Macarella. Turqueta is a postcard destination you should not leave off your list. Ideally you should visit both, which is easily done if you charter a yacht in Menorca. </p> <h3>Cala Galdana</h3> <p>This cove is found to the south of Menorca. It also has a family friendly atmosphere and has a crystal clear piece of ocean, perfect for swimming in. It has white sand and an abundance of vegetation. In this cove you will be able to practice a number of water sports, such as kayaking or riding pedalos and if you decide to spend a little time on the beach, you can also have a go at paragliding. </p> <h3>Cala Mitjana</h3><p> Close to Galdana, you will find this cove to be untouched and typically Menorcan. From your boat you will be able to enjoy beautiful views surrounded by vegetation. However, if what you search is a more exclusive space then this beach is the place for you as it is one of Menorca’s best beaches with much less people and much calmer sea.</p> <h3>Cala Pregonda</h3><p> This cove is very different from the rest due to its red colour and a surrounding that makes the people on it feel as though they are on the surface of Mars. The contrast is accompanied by extremely calm waters and this cove is best accessed by boat as it is a long distance from anywhere by foot.</p> <h2>Natural Parks </h2> <h3> Cabrera Archipelago: </h3> <p> Located south of Menorca, this park has both land and marine zones. It was declared a national park in 1991, and is known for its marina. </p> <h3> Cabrera Archipelago: </h3> <p> Declared a park in 1988, it has a great international importance for its wetlands, home to several animal and plant species. </p> <h3> Mondragó: </h3> <p> It was declared a park in 1992. This area is noted for its scenery, and is a unique park after centuries of farming and ranching and covers 766 hectares. </p> <h3> s'Albufera des Grau: </h3> <p> Located near Mahón, is the most important park in Menorca. This place has a variety of landscapes, each with a different degree of human intervention, such as wetlands, agricultural land, forests, and characteristic coasts. </p> <h3>Sa Dragonera: </h3> <p> Formed by Pantaleu and Mitjana islets and the island of Sa Dragonera, this natural park has 274 hectares of stunning land, characterized by its spectacular number of species on both land and in the sea. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Menorca’s gastronomy was born from the contributions of the different civilizations that throughout the centuries have lived on the island. Making this cuisine full of surprises and contrasts, mirroring Menorca’s landscape. Menorca contributed to the world culinary establishment with mayonnaise, and in turn has known to adapt elements of other cuisines into its own. The medieval gastronomies, both Islamic and Catalan as well as the French, are the ones that left the biggest legacy to the recipes that have made Menorca famous. </p> <p>A bareboat or skippered yacht charter in Menorca will submerge you in the great splendour of the Mediterranean, offering you a wide variety of isolated beaches, magnificent coastal landscapes, a rich cultural heritage and the chance to visit great places like Majorca, Ibiza and the other Balearic Islands. Don’t miss this opportunity and discover this treasure in the best way. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Ajaccio
  • <p><strong>Yacht charter in Ajaccio</strong>, either crewed or bareboat, is a fantastic idea for a sailing holiday. Located about 390km southeast of the French coastal city of Marseille, it is Corsica’s capital and largest city. It has every charm of the typical French beach, and is located in a prime position on the island’s western coast, sheltered by a peninsula to the south. Its marina is located on the city’s eastern side, whilst the northern coast is littered with forested hills. The impressive marina is home to a wide range of yachts and boats, whose owners flock from other French ports to Corsica, which also oozes the allure of the Côte d’Azur. </p> <p>Sail your crewed or bareboat yacht charter around the island of Corsica and enjoy sailing in one of our yachts while you visit some gorgeous beaches, islands and any marina you like. Some destinations such as Girolata…</p> <h2>What to do</h2> <p>Ajaccio is unusual among French coastal resorts, as a relatively low proportion of its area is urbanized. A large amount of the municipality is protected land, which has helped to prevent the urban sprawl of many other coastal resorts, and has allowed Ajaccio to retain its unspoilt nature. With a yacht charter in Corsica’s multicultural capital, you’ll be able to enjoy the area’s many sophisticated cafés, restaurants, bars and chic boutiques, as well as a fantastic marina. The old town, centered around the square Place Foch, is complete with shaded, narrow streets lined with quaint traditional Corsican houses. </p> <p>Its popularity increased at the tail end of the 70s, thanks to the influx of high French society members during summer. The region’s tranquility and its beautiful countryside made it an ideal destination for high-end tourism. The city’s elegant atmosphere is still present today, and with its glamorous 20th century heritage, it has become a popular alternative destination to the Côte d’Azur. </p> <p>Corsica’s capital is home to a wealth of scenic bays where you can drop anchor and enjoy a quiet evening on the coast. One of the best routes to take is the Route des Sanguinaires, which runs along the city’s southern coast and is filled with beaches and small clear water coves. At the end of the road you’ll find the famous lighthouse and a lookout point where you can see the scenic views of the coast, one of the many highlights you’ll see if you charter a yacht in Ajaccio.</p> <p>If you’re a keen hiker, the region’s mountainous, wooded terrain is ideal. The Chemin des Crêtes is a beautiful nature trail which runs from the city centre to the Gulf of Ajaccio. The nearby town of Porticcio is a lively place, and is also an ideal place to visit for water sports and relaxing on the long sandy coast thanks to the favourable winds in the city’s bay and the area near Porticcio.</p> <p>Finally, Corsica, one of the most stunning islands with one of the best pieces of coast, amazing islands and fantastic areas for sailing is an idyllic location for a crewed or bareboat yacht charter and sailing holiday. Use the Corsican capital as a base location to explore nearby locations along Corsica’s coast and other places in the Med such as; Girolata, Vecchio, Sardinia, Bonifacio, Bastia, Calvi and Propriano. These locations will meet your every demand on your sailing holiday in your charter yacht with an amazing marina to moor your boat in and some of the best beaches to relax on are on offer in these places! </p> <h2>Historic monuments</h2> <p>If you choose to enjoy a yacht charter holiday in Ajaccio, you’ll see lots of historical and interesting sites. Owing to its geographical location, this French Isle has been subject to many conquests, and as a result has been influenced by many different cultures over time. If you’re interested in history, we recommend visiting the Roman ruins, which were discovered just a few decades ago, and bear witness to the city’s former importance during the Roman Empire. Other places of interest are the city’s 16th century Citadel, Genoese 15th century buildings such as the Torre di a Parata and 18th century buildings. </p> <p>The city’s fame derives mainly from being the birthplace of Napoleon. The former emperor’s family home, La maison Bonaparte is now a protected monument and a museum. His legacy is entrenched in the city, such as in the names of city streets, and monuments. The 16th century cathedral has records of his baptism and Eugène Delacroix’s masterpiece ‘Vierge du Sacré-Cœur’. </p> <h2>Corsican Cuisine</h2><p>Typical Corsican cuisine is mainly made up of fresh produce and cold cuts. Corsican cold meats have a distinct flavour thanks to the strict acorn and chestnut diet of pigs bred on the island. To try authentic Corsican cuisine, visit the market in Porticcio, located in the south. </p> <h2>Sailing routes </h2> <p>You can travel on your yacht charter in Ajaccio to the famous Îles Sanguinaires, or the Bloody Islands in English. Their name derives from the purple-red colour of the rocks when seen at sunset. They have a Mediterranean climate, although this depends on the altitude, with the south of the island being colder than the north, and the east being wetter than the west. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Sari-Solenzara
  • <p>The 19th century village is one of three that form the Coast of Pearls in the southeast of Corsica, along with Solaro in the north and Conca in the south. If you choose a <strong>yacht charter in Sari-Solenzara</strong> you will have the chance to explore the beautiful landscape made up of hills, small valleys and mountains, bordered by the golden sands and coves of the coastline. Sailing here will also give you the amazing sailing opportunity to make the most of your holiday by getting the most out of Sari Solenzara and the local area by sailing to places like Propriano, Corse, Vecchio, Ghisonaccia, Porto, Bonifacio, Bastia, Ajaccio, Bavella, Corsica and many more beaches on the Corsican coast. Make 2017 a year to remember by relaxing on your own rented boat, a secluded beach or a lively marina on your next holiday! </p> <h2>What to do </h2> <p>Your yacht charter sailing holiday will take you along the Coast of Pearls which is located in Corsica Natural Park. Here, if you are interested in nature you can discover a wide range of flora and fauna. The River Solenzara, waterfalls and natural pools with clear water combine in a beautiful, natural setting which lends its name to the commune. Additionally, a perfect place to visit whilst on your yacht charter holiday is Bavella, where you can admire the colour-changing mountain peaks and the extensive pine forests. </p> <p>Of course, your yacht charter sailing holiday will provide you with unparalleled views of the marina; the soul of the village and source of its fame. The harbour offers visitors a variety of nautical services and water events, such as the French powerboat championship finals at the end of September. Besides water sports, some of the many leisure activities in which you can participate while on your yacht charter are horseback riding, canoeing, hiking and mountain biking. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <p>The isle of Corsica has a coast line of 1000 kilometres, full of beaches and isolated coves. All of these are paradisiac, of white sand and turquoise blue waters, within a preserved natural environment. Some beaches are difficult to access by road, but all of them are easily accessible by boat, it’s the perfect excuse to sail on the Corsican coast. </p> <h4>Arone beach</h4> <p>Located in a wild natural environment. Is one of the most beautiful beaches of Corsica, with a large extension of fine sand and surrounded by an almost untouched vegetation. </p> <h4>Santa Giulia beach</h4> <p>This is a beautiful beach of fine sand and shallow waters, ideal for children. In addition, it has a good infrastructure, restaurants and a small supermarket. However, during the summer it is very crowded. </p> <h4>Canella beach </h4> <p>The crystal clear waters of this beach make it ideal for snorkelling. </p> <h4>Fautea beaches</h4> <p>These two beaches are separated by a piece of land with a well restored Genoese tower that you can explore. These beaches are characterised by its fine sand, its crystal clear and shallow waters and the restaurants that can be found in close proximity. </p> <h2>Culture</h2> <p>This rustic territory presents a fascinating historic legacy. The town's architecture, numerous churches and icons reflect the true Corsican identity, and there is no shortage of beautiful buildings to explore while you enjoy your yacht charter holiday in Corsica. At the centre of the town stands Saint Paul´s church, while other popular religious buildings to visit are the Chapel de Sainte Marie Assunta in Quenza (21 km) and Eglise San Giovanni Battista in Carbini (26 km). Don´t miss a visit to Trou de la Bombe, Le Refuge de Paliri, the Monastere de L’Assunta Gloriosa, as well as the tour of San Giovanni. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>The Corsicans’ unique identity and fieriness certainly comes across in their food, which includes local cold cuts such as salami, pancetta, figatellu and smoked ham, and local cheeses such as Brocciu. Vineyards are a major economic staple of the island, with red and rosé wine, such as Cru and Ajaccio wines, and are made from the sciaccarellu and niellucciu grapes, respectively. As Astérix discovered on his adventures, Corsica is the island of “strong cheese, wild pigs, chestnuts and wine”. </p> <p>Choose a yacht charter in Sari-Solenzara, sit back, relax and enjoy the stunning views that only such a unique location can provide. Make 2017 a year to remember and come on a sailing holiday with aBoatTime where you can spend your time relaxing on a beach or in a marina in some gorgeous destinations like Moriani, Figari, Sardinia, Cala, Vecchio, Corse, Ghisonaccia, Bonifacio, Bavella, Propriano, Corsica and many more locations along the coast. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in British Virgin Islands
  • <p><strong>Rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands</strong>! It’s all you need to have a care-free holiday. So rent one of our crewed or bareboat yacht charters or maybe a catamaran and begin your sailing holiday in the Caribbean as the Caribbean winds sail you around one of the best sailing holiday destinations in the world! </p> <p>This beautiful British overseas territory, situated to the east of Puerto Rico, was discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1493. It was joint Spanish and Dutch territory until the English invaded the islands in 1672. The islands’ capital is Road Town, and the official language is English, although Spanish is spoken by Puerto Ricans and Dominicans who live on the island. </p> <h2>Ports</h2><p>Mooring our boat in the existing ports of this islands is always an option. Some of the places where it's possible to do so are: </p> <h3>North Latitude Marina</h3><p>Located on the island of Jost Van Dyke, in the Great Harbor. It has 20 berths in which the maximum length permitted is 30 meters and the maximum draft is 3.6 meters. </p> <h3>The Inner Harbour</h3><p>Found in Road Town, Tortola. It has capacity to host 30 ships with a maximum draft of 7 meters and a maximum length of 60. Tortola is an interesting part of the Caribbean and you should definitely explore the island when you are renting one of our yachts on your sailing holiday! </p> <h3>Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour</h3><p>Located on the famous island of Virgin Gorda, and has a capacity of 111 berths. The maximum draft of the boats it can host is 7.6 meters and the maximum length is 49 meters. The island of Gorda has a stunning Natural Park and Spanish Town, a fun place to visit, is located on the island too. </p> <h3>The Moorings Mariner Inn</h3><p>This marina is also located in Tortola, in Road Town. It has capacity for 130 boats with a maximum length of 55 meters and a maximum draft of 9.</p> <h2>What to do in the British Virgin Isles </h2> <p>The BVI archipelago comprises more than 40 islands, with Tortola, Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda and Anegada being the most populated and well known. The other smaller islands are also ideal locations for day trips, with their beautiful shores and exciting bars which are just a short distance away, all being at your fingertips if you choose to rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. </p> <p>The archipelago is one of the most popular destinations for a chartered yacht holiday for many reasons: the steady winds allow you to enjoy the islands’ many beautiful white sand shorelines and moor your yacht in one of the picturesque bays. You also have the opportunity to discover the many places where you can go diving and snorkelling amongst coral formations and colourful fish. </p> <p>The islands have a sub-tropical climate, with an average annual temperature of between 25ºC and 29ºC which is ideal for practicing a wide variety of water sports, sunbathing or simply going for a walk along the beach. The steady winds and fantastic sailing conditions throughout the year make the rental of a boat in the British Virgin Islands an ideal option. Also, thanks to the Virgin Islands’ many surrounding islands, they are protected from strong Atlantic tides which makes sailing a pleasant and easy experience. </p> <p>The Caribbean is not only renowned for its long white sandy beaches, but also for the diverse marine life in its seas, you’ll experience it all on your yacht charter getaway in the British Virgin Islands. There are many different places to go diving in the BVI, ideal for all experience levels. Diving schools in the Caribbean are a popular attraction for the thousands of tourists who flock to the islands every year, and highly recommended for inexperienced divers. </p> <p>A yacht charter offers you the freedom to choose your favourite vessel and plan with your skipper the best voyage possible. </p> <h2>What to see in the British Virgin Isles</h2> <p>There are many places to visit, from sandy coastlines to a magnificent cultural heritage. Some of the important and some of our favourite are: </p> <h3>Road Town</h3><p>The capital of the island, it is located in Tortola, the largest island of the archipelago. It is also the main port on the islands, making it the best place to start your yacht charter as most charter yachts are moored here.</p> <h3>Tortola</h3><p>A legendary island of pirate folklore, it is a must see Caribbean island due to its unique landscapes and its laid-back, friendly inhabitants. You’ll find it hard to believe what a paradise you’re in when you rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. </p> <h3>Anegada</h3><p>Although all of the British Virgin Islands are renowned for their diverse flora and fauna, Anegada is widely regarded as the best for seeing the abundant local wildlife, due to its low population density and it being the archipelago’s only coral island. Anegada is home to a variety of marine species, such as Parrotfish, Needlefish, Sea Bream and Stingray. For those who are interested in the island’s pirate heritage, there are guided diving tours of old Spanish shipwrecks that are scattered around Anegada. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <h3>The Bath</h3><p>Located in Virgin Gorda, it is one of the best in the eastern part of the Caribbean. It looks like a paradise, with white sand and surrounded by blue water. Through its rocky paths it is possible to go from one beach to another and see the wild fauna of the island. </p> <h3>Josiah´s Bay</h3><p> On the outer part of East End, in Tortola, it is probably the best place in the islands to practice surf. From October to April it is the best time to find the perfect wave. </p> <h3>Trunk Bay</h3><p>Beach located in St. John: white sand, blue water and goldfish underwater. Surrounded by all kinds of exotic plants, this beach is the perfect place for some days away from the routine on a boat in the BVI. </p> <h2>Natural Parks</h2> <p>Below the surface of the islands’ waters, lie the marvels of the warm Caribbean Sea, such as amazing flora, colourful fish, turtles, manta rays, sharks and dolphins. If you choose to rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands in winter, you’ll also be able to see humpback whales, as they come to mate in Sir Francis Drake Channel at this time of year. Whether you’re just learning to dive, or are an experienced diver, you can’t miss out on this opportunity. There is a huge variety of natural parks in these islands (21!) and some of them are: </p> <h3>Cam Bay</h3><p>Recognised as national park in 1999, it is located in the northern coast of Camanoe Grande. It is formed by an enormous reef and lagoon system. In addition, it has calm waters, goldfish and a spectacular marine environment, perfect to go snorkelling in. If you need any lessons or training before your go snorkelling, there are plenty of affordable schools! </p> <h3>Sage Mountain</h3><p>This natural park is located in Tortola, and was recognised as natural park in 1964. The highest point of the BVI is located in it, and it has a wide variety of plants. </p> <h3>Devil's Bay</h3><p>On the south western zone of Virgin Gorda's island, it has beautiful beaches where you can relax and enjoy nature. In addition, it is possible to anchor the boat and watch the landscape from our boat. </p> <h3>Diamond Cay</h3><p>This place was declared national park in 1991, and it is located in Jost Van Dyke. The island of Jost van Dyke is famous for the huge quantity of birds that it hosts, apart from the rest of the fauna that live here. </p> <h2>Currency</h2><p>The currency used is the American dollar. Credit cards are accepted in most places, but not in all of them. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Caribbean cuisine is something you can’t afford to miss when you rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands. Fish, shellfish and spicy dishes are the islands’ specialities. If you’re a fan of tropical fruits, don’t miss out on mangos, pineapples and coconuts, all of which are abundant on the islands, and present in many of the typical cocktails. “Fungi” is typical British Virgin Islands, and is a cornmeal dish often made with okra. </p> <p>These Caribbean islands are one of the favourite destinations for sailing enthusiasts. Enjoy fantastic sailing conditions and the islands’ laid-back atmosphere, with our yacht charter offers in the islands. There’s so much to discover on the islands, we’re sure that when you <strong>rent a boat in the British Virgin Islands</strong>, you will enjoy an unbeatable experience! </p>

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Divide the cost of the yacht by the number of passengers, and you'll find in most cases, that it's cheaper than an equivalent week long stay in a hotel.
Drop anchor in a quiet cove, and enjoy wonderful evenings and the tranquility of the cove, allowing you to avoid the typical holiday crowds.
Organise your trip at your own pace, to suit you and your family and friends.
If you don't have a sailing license, don't worry. We'll find you a suitable skipper.

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