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British Virgin Islands

British Virgin Islands

Yacht Charter

BVI Yacht Charter

Introducing Flat-rate discounted charters in the award-winning Caribbean, eligible for departures through August 2024!

from $ 286 Per day

Information about Carefree

The mandatory Carefree Pack includes the full insurance coverage of the vessel. It also includes:

  • our welcome package (details below)
  • final cleaning
  • bed sheets, bath towels, and beach towels (for each guest: 2x bath towels, 1x Beach towel, 1x washcloth, 1x face towel)
  • dinghy with outboard engine & fuel
  • propane gas for cooking
  • full water tanks
  • snorkeling equipment
  • prepaid BVI mobile phone (calls to/from base are complimentary)
  • National parks permits and VISAR

Please note: the yacht fuel is not included – the fuel tank will be full when your charter starts and you are responsible for topping off the fuel tank at the end of your charter.

Welcome Package

  • 1 bottle of rum
  • 2 small bottles of water
  • 1 roll of paper towels
  • 1 roll of toilet paper per head (bathroom)
  • 1 pack of trash bags (15 tall kitchen bags)
  • 1 bottle of dishwashing liquid soap
  • 1 sponge
  • 1 pack of handi-wipes
  • 1 Fabuloso (for toilet cleaning)
  • 2 small bars of soap per cabin
  • 3 boxes of matches
  • 1 can of Off (bug repellent spray to use on the body)
  • 1 can of Lysol spray

Equipped Galley

Your boat will be fully equipped with all the kitchen essentials like pots, pans, utensils, plates etc. to accommodate the maximum guest capacity on your charter vessel. Blenders, toasters, microwaves, and coffee makers are found aboard the majority of our fleet with generators. For boats without a generator, a percolator or french press is provided.


The majority of our BVI fleet is fitted with charcoal grills, with a few exceptions (Fountaine Pajot) that have propane grills. Please note that Bali catamarans are equipped with a gas Plancha grill (a black stone flat top griddle).


Each boat is fitted with one cooler. The base will provide 2 bags of ice. There are boats that cruise the BVI waters to provide cruisers and charterers with ice and other necessities.

Navigation Equipment

All of our charter vessels are equipped with marine electronics including at least a depth sounder and one chart plotter for ease of navigation and course-plotting. Be sure to review the equipment details of your charter vessel. We encourage all guests to become familiar with the systems of their vessel ahead of their arrival by reviewing our boat check-in videos.

Lagoon, Jeanneau, and Beneteau vessels are fitted with B&G electronics; Fountaine Pajot is equipped with Garmin, and Bali yachts are fitted with Raymarine electronics.

The navigation equipment on your vessel also includes a chart, a cruising guide, and binoculars.

Safety Items

Life jackets are provided for all guests and are located in a locker aboard your vessel. Be sure to check the sizes before leaving the docks. We provide kids' emergency use life vests upon request. Guests who intend to use child life vests while onboard the dinghy or for swimming and watersports should bring their own.

Every charter vessel is fitted with standard safety equipment including a first-aid kit, emergency tiller, horseshoe lifebuoy with light and line, fog horn, two safety harnesses, fire extinguishers, life raft, tool box with wooden plugs, distress signal kit, and secondary anchor. Additional safety equipment may be supplied to meet the requirements of the registration country of the vessel.

Dinghy with Outboard

Our Highfield dinghies are hard-bottom RIBs. The dinghy and its outboard are fitted to the vessel: 15 HP on boats up to 50 ft; 25 HP for vessels 50 ft and above. Please note that our dinghies are not fitted with a dinghy ladder. This equipment may be rented.

Snorkel Equipment

Snorkel equipment (masks and fins) are included and located in the cockpit locker.

Sailing Extras

Review the list of optional extras.

About Marine Toilets

Your charter vessel will be equipped with either manual or electric toilets. A manual toilet is fitted with a manual pump, while the electric toilet is operated with the push of a button. If you are unsure how to operate the marine toilet on your boat, please ask the base staff for assistance during your check-in.

Proper use of marine toilets (heads) is critical to a successful charter experience. The most important thing to remember is to not put anything down the toilet that you did not eat first – this includes toilet paper – with no exceptions. The blocked head will be charged $150/head.

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