Sailing yacht charter in the Virgin Islands with a Dufour 425 GL!
Published by Editorial Team on 3rd March 2017
Part of the western island group of the Leeward Islands, in the past named as Saint Ursula by Christopher Columbus, Virgin Islands are in many a sailor the dream yachting destination. Spread across approximately 50 square nautical miles and consisting of islands such as Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, Virgin Gorda and slightly further away Anegada, along with up to around 50 other islands and cays, the BVI’s are indeed a heaven for sailing crews, in particular those with children.
Sailing boats such as Dufour 425 are rare, given the popularity of cruising catamarans and other types of multihulls. Yet the best value is indeed in a sailboat with which you can explore these spectacular waters, around mainly rugged and hilly islands with volcanic origins apart from Anegada which is composed of corals and limestone mainly. With moderate trade winds and tropical climate consistent throughout the year, little danger of hurricanes or rainy seasons, BVI’s are indeed a highly recommended yachting destination. Charter this fine Dufour 425 Grand Large sailing yacht out of Tortola and enjoy a mesmerising sailing itinerary in this sailing heaven, which lies between the North Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean sea. With 3 cabins and 2 toilets, she is ideal for a family or up to 2 couples. Book her now and contact A2A YACHTING to get your bespoke yachtcharter and boat rental quote.
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