2021 Jeanneau 54' Sailing Yacht
Tortola, Virgin Islands, British
Sail the gorgeous & warm waters of the Caribbean aboard a charter yacht from Navigare in the British Virgin Islands. Enjoy crystal clear turquoise waters, unspoiled white sandy beaches, superb snorkeling, and a world-famous vacation destination with excellent restaurants and a relaxed, fun-loving atmosphere.
The British Virgin Islands are known as one of the most attractive sailing destinations in the world, and Navigare Yachting strives to deliver the best charter experience. We look forward to welcoming you, so you too may experience the Navigare difference.
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Yacht with 2 levels
6 cabins, 5 heads, 54 feet long
Full, Full, Full, Full, Full, and Full
12 guests maximum
Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport
The open seas
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Provisioning and Other Fees
Mandatory: Navigare Carefree Pack: €450 / $517.50. Includes damage waiver insurance/full coverage, welcome package, final cleaning, bed sheets & towels, dinghy, outboard engine & fuel, propane gas, full water tanks, snorkeling equipment, prepaid BVI mobile phone and weather forecast SMS on daily basis, National parks permits, VISAR and free Wi-Fi Internet on board (10 GB).
(No deductible, do damage waiver, no security deposit).
Mandatory: BVI Cruising Tax of $6 per person and per day.
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.
Optional extras at your request: skipper or hostess.
Other costs at the charge of the guests include provisioning, mooring fees, transfer from/to the airport, and gratuity for optional hired crew (15-18% of the skipper or hostess fee).
Activities of Interest
Places of Interest
- No places of interest provided by owner
Beautiful comfortable new yacht
We had a great trip in the BVI’s. You have to jump through a few hoops with the Covid rules, but well worth it. There are still not many people cruising in the BVI. We spent a good part of a day at the Baths on Virgin Gorda and there was not a single other person there for the whole time. Hard to believe. Never seen anything like that. Boat was well equipped and Tom the owner was very responsive.”