Your flight itinerary for showing up in Brit Virgin isles can contains routes either into St. Thomas or Beef Island, Tortola. In the event that you land in St. Thomas (STT), it is important to take a 50 min Ferry ride from Charlotte Amalie in St. Thomas to Road Town in Tortola. The ferry is more or less a 10 moment taxi ride from airport utilizing the last ferry leaving to path Town around 4pm. as soon as you arrive in path Town, Sebastian's Taxi Service will likely to be waiting to just take you on a 15 moment ride from Ferry dock to your base.
Some guests choose to fly into Tortola's Beef Island Airport (EIS) which is via San Juan, Puerto Rico. Through the Beef Island Airport, taxi solution is present to take you to our Hodges Creek base area.
British Virgin Isles Time:
Sometimes making travel arrangements to other countries can be difficult since it is difficult to bear in mind exactly what time zone you are going to. For the convenience, we've offered the present amount of time in the BVI.
Ferry Plan and Pricing:
After arriving in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas you may take the St. Thomas/Tortola Ferry to Road Town, Tortola. Roundtrip ticket is around $55/adult. Just click here for a whole ferry routine.
Our Base Area: Hodges Creek Marina, Tortola
Hodges Creek Marina is located in the east-end of Tortola, moments from Beef Island airport and 15 min shuttle trip from path Town ferry dock.
The meeting time for you board the yacht is at 5 pm on Saturday or 5 pm on Sunday according to your scheduled deviation day. You'll have supper aboard the yacht in the base that evening additionally the yacht will depart listed here morning. Assuring your catamaran is cleaned and provisioned accordingly for the charter, we permit you to board the vessel no sooner than 5 pm on your own arrival day.
Resort Stay Options:
For friends choosing to are available in early or remain later on for a few days we are able to recommend choices. Kindly ask your bookings agent for details. Here are current choices.
St. John:(Ferrys can be obtained from St. Thomas to St John and St John to path Town, Tortola)
People in america will need to have a valid passport. People of other nations should confirm entry demands due to their consulate. Additionally, Tortola charges a departure income tax of $20 per person by air, and $20 per individual by ocean.
TORTOLA & THE BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS- SAMPLE SCHEDULE
Really the cruising money of this Caribbean! You'll fly into Beef Island on Tortola or even the much more popular St Thomas Airport and hop aboard the Charlotte Amalie ferry for a scenic trip over to Tortola. Your catamaran "home" will likely to be Hodges Creek Marina, simply a taxi trip away from the ferry dock. For early arrivals, visitors can stroll around path Town, where you are able to visit the neighborhood stores or enjoy a bite at one of the regional restaurants. Upon boarding, you'll enjoy cocktails as you're watching very first Caribbean sunset accompanied by a delicious supper served by the boat's chef.
Cruising Day 1:
The Caves on Norman Island, a brief sail over the sheltered Sir Frances Drake Channel, enable you to get very first knowledge about the beauty and splendor associated with the BVI. The snorkeling right here is going to make you feel as you are inside an aquarium, teeming with huge number of the most colorful seafood. Your staff will show you the history of the caverns and resource troves which were discovered right here! A five minute engine round the headland brings you into "The Bight" on Norman Island. This is actually the home regarding the famous "William Thornton, " a floating club and restaurant known to numerous while the "Willy T".
Cruising Day 2:
Begin your second day with freshly brewed coffee, a great morning meal as well as perhaps a leap off the back deck. You will definitely sail along the shore of Peter Island, previous Dead Chest Atoll and into Salt Island, in protected and relaxed waters. Salt Island could be the graveyard when it comes to R.M.S Rhone that was shipwrecked off its Eastern point along with passengers onboard in 1896. This really is perhaps one of the most famous wrecks on the planet for scuba scuba divers to explore. Snorkel throughout the stern area or take a walk all over shoreline in search of buried gem. After that, you sail to your Baths, a national park found on Virgin Gorda. Walk through the batholitic granite caves and formations to Devils Bay where your crew will fulfill