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The British Virgin Islands comprised more than 25 beautiful jewels set amid the sheltered, turquoise waters of the central Caribbean Sea. Located in the northeast Caribbean, 60 miles east of Puerto Rico, the BVI stretch more than 30 miles along the Sir Francis Drake Channel. All year long, you can enjoy short hops from one blissful anchorage to another with easy line-of-sight cruising. Wintertime brings comfortable trade winds of 15-20 knots in with temperatures averaging between 75°F and 88°F.

The third largest island of the BVI, Virgin Gorda measures just eight and a half square miles. In addition to the sheer beauty of the island, travellers are drawn to Virgin Gorda for its quiet coves, safe anchorages, and luxury resorts.

Your privacy is ensured on Virgin Gorda’s deserted pristine beaches; there are dozens of white sandy beaches and hidden coves for you to discover. The Baths are the most popular natural attraction, where huge granite boulders create mysterious grottos and saltwater pools. A huge variety of unique indigenous plants and exotic wildlife thrive in the national parks and the nature sanctuary at Little Fort National Park. An amazing variety of underwater life and the warm crystal-clear sea make snorkeling off your yacht a delight.