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Guana Island: Lesser Known Islands of the BVI

Guana Island: Lesser Known Islands of the BVI

October 7, 2014

While a few of the 60+ British Virgin Islands are on almost every sailing vacation, the precious gems are the lesser-known islands waiting to be discovered by you. Enjoy the solitude of a remote crescent-shaped beach or bathe in its warm lagoon of turquoise waters. Explore the color and drama of sea life in a

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What You Need to Know to Travel to Tortola

What You Need to Know to Travel to Tortola

June 9, 2014

Planning travel to Tortola? Hopefully to sail with our Katlo BVI yacht charter! But even if for other reasons, you will enjoy the great food, friendly folks, fun shopping, and historic sites. Tortola is the largest of the British Virgin Islands in both land size and population. Approximately, 23,000 people live on Tortola. In 1493,

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Sailing Vacation Views: Rainbows, Dolphins, and Flamingos, Oh My!

Sailing Vacation Views: Rainbows, Dolphins, and Flamingos, Oh My!

December 4, 2013

What a spectacular sailing vacation week! Our crew and BVI yacht charter guests experienced the very best that nature has to offer. After a rainbow gleamed overhead while we visited Anegada, we seemed to have a lucky charm on board, to say the least. Perhaps it was the combination of a rainbow during a full

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BVI Yacht Charter Top Ten Things to Do

BVI Yacht Charter Top Ten Things to Do

July 23, 2013

Top Ten Things to Do on a BVI Yacht Charter A BVI yacht charter is an amazing way to see the beauty and diversity of the British Virgin Islands. I’ve spent years sailing  here in the islands and still find new things all the time. It is hard to pick 10 things, but recently we gave it

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Anegada

Anegada

December 4, 2012

Anegada is unique in the Virgin Islands. It lies out on its own, fifteen miles away from the cluster of volcanic islands that form the main archipelago. It was formed over millions of years from tiny colonial organisms that build the coral reefs. Its highest point is only 28 ft above sea level and for

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