Tortola Yacht Charter

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Tortola, which is the main island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, is renowned for its natural allure and diverse tourist attractions and Tortola yacht charter vacations are some of the best that the world has to offer. Tortola is also an island which attracts large luxury yachts and superyachts, being one of the most well-known yachting spots in the Caribbean and the Virgin Islands. Luxury yachts and charter yachts commonly pass through these waters and explore whilst exploring this famous Caribbean location. And with good reason – a luxury Tortola yacht charter vacation features beautiful warm winds, powdery white sandy beaches, lush green mountains, and a tranquil yacht-filled harbour characterize the island of Tortola, a place with Caribbean charm where the past of the West Indies meets the present of the BVI.

The gentle and warm rade winds that pass through the Caribbean Island chain makes Tortola to be a place for luxury sailing yachts and crewed sailing catamarans as well as motor yachts. Because of the island’s volcanic origins, Tortola’s topography is defined by rugged spine formations that combine with lesser ridges that slope and undulate towards the sea. This island paradise boasts of spectacular views which are dominated by vistas that open to several outlying islands and islets. Tortola in the heart of the Virgin Islands is very much a luxury yacht hotspot with many beautiful waterways, anchorages and stunning Caribbean beaches.

Tortola is the largest island in the BVI cluster and home to about 80 percent of the population of British Virgin Islands. The island’s capital is Road Town. Its total land area is around 22 square miles and features several mountainous peaks and sheltered bays, making it as the ideal holiday destination for yacht charterers and sailors.

Tortola is generally laidback in character and easily the perfect choice of tourists who are looking for a tranquil holiday resort in the Caribbean. This rustic island is also a popular staging point for tourists and yacht charterers exploring popular attractions and important destinations in British Virgin Islands.

Yacht Charter Holiday in Tortola

Tortola ha actually got some great beaches – of all the fine beaches in the BVI. Tourists and yacht charterers can also conveniently access other popular tourist spots in the region including Norman Island, Peter Island, Virgin Gorda, Marina Cay and Jost Van Dyke from the island of Tortola. And because of its sheltered coastline, Tortola provides some of the best sailing options in the Caribbean. This is the main reason why this is the popular choice among tourists going on yacht charter excursions in this part of the Caribbean.

Of course, another reason why tourists and yacht charterers love Tortola is because of the warm and engaging traits of the island’s residents. Crime is practically non-existent in this island, and you will immediately feel secure and safe the moment you set foot on the island. Thus, don’t be surprised if you find luxury yachts and superyachts anchored in the marinas with keys still inserted in the ignition.

Attractions to See on Your Tortola Yachting Vacation

Here are some of the main beaches and places to explore:
Apple Bay
Brewer's Bay
Elizabeth Beach
Josiah's Bay Beach
Long Bay Beach
Smuggler's Cove

You can also sail to these protected and pretty anchorages:
Brandywine Bay
Cane Garden Bay
Hodge's Creek
Soper's Hole
Trellis Bay, a boater’s paradise

You will also find more about Tortola's history when visiting:
BVI Folk Museum
Fort Burt
Mount Healthy Windmill
Callwood's Rum Distillery
J.R. O'Neal Botanic Gardens

Make no mistake about it, a day is not enough to fully experience and enjoy your Tortola yacht charter holiday. Whilst you won’t lose a beat in covering each and every section of this small island, most tourists and yacht charterers would love to spend a couple of days exploring the attractions inland and offshore.

Tortola does not have much to offer when it comes to attractions with historical significance. However, you will definitely have your hands full when it comes to natural attractions. Tortola is a treasure trove of natural wonders and stunning panoramas.

There are more than enough places to see and things to do when you spend your luxury yachting holiday in Tortola. The island features several caves which are ideal spots for snorkeling, and these underground cavernous areas come with river systems that are teeming with marine life including schools of fish, garden eel, squid and even octopus.

The Smugglers Cove, whilst it is located on a remote spot in the island, is a must-see attraction for superyachts and luxury yacht charterers. This fine beach resort is the ideal choice of beginning snorkelers as the reef lies close to the beachfront and can be easily accessed by beachgoers and yacht charterers. The coral reef is the natural habitat of sponges, sea fans and elkhorn. Another popular beach destination is Brewer’s Bay Beach, which is located in the eastern section of Cane Garden Bay.

Tortola is a prominent island in the British Virgin Islands and it is renowned for diverse tourist attractions and natural allure. The island is the formation of volcanic activity that took place thousands of years ago. The topography of Tortola consists of rugged formations ad ridges that slope towards the sea. The island paradise has some spectacular views of the diverse, natural attractions around.

Excellent Yacht Charter Destination

Tortola has become a favourite yacht charter destination as there are several one day and few day itineraries that you can take to go to other islands and islets. Tortola is the largest itinerary in the BVI cluster and it is home to 80 percent of the British Virgin Islands. Road Town is the capital of Tortola. The total land mass area is 22 square miles and the topography consists of sheltered bays and mountainous peaks. The destination is ideal for all types of holiday makers and yacht charterers.  

Relaxing Atmosphere

Tortola is a laidback island and hence tourists like it for its relaxing atmosphere. The seas are tranquil and the skies are clear throughout the year. The oceanic winds help the yacht charters to manoeuvre their yachts. The rustic island is a popular staging point for tourists who would like to explore other scenic destinations. Tortola has some of the finest beaches in the world. Some of the prominent yacht charter points in the region are Virgin Gorda, Marina Cay, Jost Van Dyke, Norman Island. Tortola provides some of the best sailing options in the Caribbean. If you have more time at hand then you should ideally go for several day yacht charter holiday as there are as loads of interesting places to cover. And all of these places have something different to offer from each other. 

People are Hospitable

Another reason why tourists simply love Tortola is because of the sociable nature of the island residents. The crime rate in this island paradise is practically zero. You have excellent options for the type of yachts to choose. You can go for the standard yachts or the super luxury yachts. The super luxury yachts have all facilities and amenities on board so that you can have the most comfortable stay for your yacht charter hire. The marine life of Tortola should definitely be looked forward to. You can see many species of fish and turtles. The eco system here is quite diverse and you will be pleasantly surprised to see the various elements of nature living in close association with each other. If you are looking for historical attractions then Tortola is not a place for you as it does not have any attractions of historical nature. But if you like the vagaries of nature and the natural surroundings then Tortola is the ideal setting for you. You will be amazed by the stunning panoramas that the island has to offer.   

There are a dozen places in Tortola to see and explore. For example you can visit the natural caves that have been formed by the constant lashing of waves against the coast.

Here is a small selection of some Tortola luxury yachts and here are the rest:
 

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