The Virgin Islands (British Virgin Islands) on a sailing boat or catamaran
The British Virgin Islands (BVI is the acronym) are made up of sixty islands of volcanic origin surrounded and immersed in paradisiacal. and colorful water of the Caraibbean. The trade winds keep a constant temperature, on a scale ranging from 23° C. to 27 ° C, so the climate is dry, the ideal for a extremely relaxing. holiday on a boat.
The sea water is pleasantly warm, the beaches are made of white sand. This picture postcard setting, will make your holiday, a moment that you can live only by imagining a Caribbean paradise. The British Virgin Islands are also characterized by numerous marinas and anchorage points where you can stay with the boat and at every point in of the ocean you can see lots of sailboats sailing around the islands.
Known as a paradise for sailors, the British Virgin Islands consist of over 60 islands, which offer all the charm of nature Caribbean: endless stretches of sand as fine as talcum powder, crystalline waters and beautiful backdrops. A necklace of islands that runs along the Sir Francis Drake Channel between Puerto Rico and St. Kitts, British Virgin Islands enjoy an unspoiled scenery, a high standard of living and a tranquil atmosphere.
From the seventeenth century until today British Virgin Islands are a colony of Her Majesty with an independently elected government headed by a govern or representing the Crown. The official language of the British Virgin Islands is English, although spoken language is influenced by Creole. there is no international flights directly for the BVI, the major airport is Beef Island Tortola: to achieve is necessary to make a stopover in San Juan (Puerto Rico), or, or St. Martin to Antigua and then you move among islands domestic flights or sea.