Find The Best Boat Rentals in Road Town, BVI

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TORTOLA BVI - PRIVATE DAY SAILS ON 48' Privilege Catamaran Charter
day$2,500
Fisher EstateCruising Catamaran
20 guests

TORTOLA BVI - PRIVATE DAY SAILS ON 48' Privilege Catamaran Charter

Seawind 1160 Catamaran Charter in British Virgin Island
day$793
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
6 guests

Seawind 1160 Catamaran Charter in British Virgin Island

2014 Lipari 41 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands
day$843
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
6 guests

2014 Lipari 41 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands

Leopard 43 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands
day$886
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
10 guests

Leopard 43 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands

Lagoon 440 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands
day$1,000
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
8 guests

Lagoon 440 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands

2013 Lagoon 39 "Sophia" Charter British Virgin Islands
day$986
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
10 guests

2013 Lagoon 39 "Sophia" Charter British Virgin Islands

2013 Lipari 41 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands
day$1,072
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
8 guests

2013 Lipari 41 Catamaran Charter British Virgin Islands

Leopard 47 Catamaran British Virgin Islands Charter
day$1,136
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
8 guests

Leopard 47 Catamaran British Virgin Islands Charter

Lagoon 440 Catamaran British Virgin Islands Charter
day$1,143
John's HoleCruising Catamaran
6 guests

Lagoon 440 Catamaran British Virgin Islands Charter

What to know about renting or chartering a boat in Road Town

The pleasant, warm weather that Road Town experiences year-round combined with deep, blue water and seasons of brisk trade winds have helped establish it as one of the most popular places for bareboating in the Caribbean. Sailors come from all over the world for the opportunity to charter a sailboat and take in the sights around the beautiful island of Tortola. There are so many idyllic beaches and secluded coves to explore, and boating is the best way to tour them.

In addition to sailing, there are many other delightful water activities to enjoy in Road Town. Motor yachting is another popular way to get the most out of the island experience, as is deep sea fishing and kayaking. Parasailing, windsurfing, kiteboarding, paddle boarding, and snorkeling are also highly favored by locals and visiting boaters alike.

About Road Town

Road Town is a stunning tropical paradise and is also the capital of the British Virgin Islands. Located in the heart of Road Harbour — a lush, horseshoe-shaped area in the center of Tortola’s southern coast, this scenic island town’s name comes from a nautical term (“the roads”) which refers to a place that ships can easily access but which is less sheltered than a harbor. With its gloriously balmy climate and architecture that dates back to the 1840s, Road Town is the ideal vacation destination for boaters who seek a secluded, exotic retreat.

Road Town Boat Rental FAQs

What is there to do in Port Tortola?

Port Tortola is a fantastic destination to get out on the water. Boat rentals, sailing tours, kayaking, snorkeling, and scuba diving are some of the top activities enjoyed by visitors. You can charter a yacht in Road Town - it’s a very popular place for that experience and there are many different styles and sizes of yachts available.

What is the weather in Tortola British Virgin Islands?

It’s warm and sunny year-round in Road Town and Tortola in the British Virgin Islands. The best time to visit for favorable weather is from September through early December. This way you’ll avoid the stifling heat of peak summer, and also avoid the crowds that come for summer and holiday vacations.

What is the water temperature in Tortola?

The water temperature in Road Town and Tortola is consistent throughout the year, about 27°C (81°F) making it great for a comfortable swim and to enjoy water sports and activities.