BOATBVI CREWED-YACHT CHARTER NEWSLETTER
This is a great time to be booking your next HOLIDAY SEASON and SPRING-BREAK crewed yacht charter with BoatBVI. After celebrating our 12th year in business we can boast an unprecedented growth of 20% per annum and a long list of repeat customers who book their vacation charters with us year after year.
We visit the Caribbean charter shows every year to keep up to date with the latest developments, new boats, crew changes, new crews, and especially to review the “old guard” charter captains and crews and make sure they’re staying out of trouble and not causing any mischief!! This allows us to share this information with you so that your vacation, whatever form that may take, will live up to your expectation and delight you and your guests.
I’d just like to mention, in passing, that we now have a Mediterranean-only web-site for those of you who wish to venture further afield and charter a yacht in Greece, Turkey, Croatia, Italy, France or Spain. We attended the Med yacht shows earlier this year so as to be able to talk intelligently about destinations, boats, and crews in that spectacular part of the world. If you are interested in the “Med”, please click on the following link :www.luxuryachtvacation.com
Back to the Caribbean, we’ve got some good news boats for you to look at. In no particular order, we have a new medium priced motoryacht Tobarths, a 61′ Hatteras out of St. Thomas with a new crew headed by Jack Gilbert that specializes in diving charters in the BVI FLYING GINNY has a new crew, Simon and Joanna; The super luxury yacht m/v Stop Work Order will be back from the Med and in the Caribbean for the Holiday season; the BRAND NEW m/v Yes Dear, a 146′ Christiansen, will also be available in the Caribbean – she’s so new we only have artist’s renditions of the vessel.
Keep us posted with your Caribbean travel experiences – it’s always nice to hear from our repeat or new customers. We want to know how your vacation was and always want to expand our knowledge of the latest changes in the British Virgin Islands.