If you haven’t solidified your spring sailing trip, now might be the perfect time to do it! Firm up those plans, book your flights and get your charter squared away.
Sailing in the BVI
As anyone who’s been there knows, sailing the BVI during the spring months is simply a joy. You’ve got the Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival from March 30th to April 5th, and as the official site says it’s a week of warm water and hot racing. This is a chance to see some beautiful boats and join in the festivities. Everyone’s there to have a good time- you can even join in the social media frenzy leading up to the event by following the hashtags @springregatta and #BVISR.
If you don’t come during the regatta you can still take advantage of the distinct benefits the BVI offer during this time of year. In fact, if you’re willing to (or want to) bypass the crowds and expense of the regatta itself you can get some good deals on airfare as well.
Sunset, Tortola, BVI
There are winds of 10-15 knots from the northeast and temperatures from the low 70° F | 21° C to 85° F | 29° C. As you can see it’s a very comfortable time to visit the region.
The number of people in the area also help make springtime BVI yacht charters a good idea. There are enough visitors around to have someone to chat with at bars like the Soggy Dollar, but not so many that its jam packed. You’re also avoiding the really low summer season when it can be hard to find open restaurants.
Soggy Dollar, BVI
Sometimes all it takes is one person to take the reins and plan a great group yacht charter in the BVI- maybe this year it’s your turn! Visit our site and check our real time booking option or call our advisors and we’ll find a charter offer to suit.