When it comes to the Carribean there are so many islands to see. From the Bahamas all the way to the British Virgin Islands, there’s endless amounts of crystal blue water for you and your crew to sail around. While every island offers something new, the British Virgin Islands consist of the main islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke, in addition to over 50 other smaller cays and islands. With Tortola being the largest island of the group, there’s no better destination to hop aboard a British Virgin Islands boat rental, where you can set out on the water from one gorgeous island to the next.
The largest and most populated island in the British Virgin Island, Tortola is over 21 square miles with a population of more than 20,000 inhabitants. Once you’ve rented your sailboat from Nanny Cay, you can sail on over to Smuggler’s Cove, with some of the most pristine beaches on the entire island. Here you can anchor up and enjoy some fun in the sun and even go for a nice dip in the crystal clear water. From the boat, you can even bring along some snorkeling gear and see all that this beautiful cove has to offer.
Now that you’ve done some snorkeling in Smuggler’s Cove, it’s time to sail on over to Virgin Gorda, the British Virgin Island’s third biggest and second most popular island. You can dock up at “The Baths,” which are home to some of the island’s most fascinating rock formations. Situated only 1.2 miles from Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda’s most populated town, this little hideout makes the perfect excursion for any British Virgin Island’s boating adventure.
Known as being the only inhabited British Virgin Island formed from limestone and coral rather than volcanic rock, Anegada is flat and low and is the most sparsely populated of all the inhabited British Virgin Islands. With only one village on the island, called The Settlement, this little piece of land is the perfect place to get away from the crowds and enjoy some peace and serenity amongst the wonder of the Carribean. Famous for its Horseshoe Reef, the largest coral barrier reef in the Caribean and the fourth largest in the world, Anegada is the perfect place to observe exotic marine life and the endless sea.