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Tortola

Photo of a mooring in Virgin Gorda

Mooring in Virgin Gorda, Tortola

After about 12 hours of navigation from Sint Marteen. The BVI are made of fifty islands and islets, most of them being are uninhabited. Discover this paradise with the monohull or catamaran you booked : tropical forests, protected natural reserves, incredible diving spots (200 ship wrecks listed!) in crystal clear waters with colorful corals and fish…Enjoy the night life in the marinas where you will have a great choice of restaurants and bars. All the islands are very close for easy navigations and a many possible activities. Virgin Gorda is famous for Baths, a marine park with under water caves. Anagada is surrounded by coral reefs, shipwrecks and beautiful white sand beaches. Do not miss the, lobster diners at the restaurant…Norman Island is possibly the Treasure island in Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel. You must definitely visit the caves in Treasure Point.

Yacht charter in Tortola

Cruises from the British Virgin Islands

Flag
Drapeau Tortola
Language
English
Airport(s)
Terrence B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS)
Currency
US Dollar (USD)
Local time
UTC – 4h
Seasons
High season between December and May
Low season between June and November
Climate
Dry season between December and May
Rainy season between June and November
Temperature between 24 and 30 °C
Winds
Trade winds, Easterly
Permit
Sailing resume compulsory
Formalities
Passport compulsory, valid 6 months after return date, visa depending on nationality and length of stay, cruising permit compulsory

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