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BVI Catamaran Charter — Top Catamaran Rentals in BVI with Sailo!

Are you looking for British Virgin Islands catamaran charters? Discover BVI catamaran rental with Sailo! Regardless if you’re an experienced sailor or just looking to enjoy a crewed boat rental, you’ll see a whole other side to British Virgin Islands. Whatever your vacation style, you’ll find the perfect boat to rent for your needs. From action packed day trips to week-long sailing vacations, hit the water in style and enjoy an experience to remember.

The best British Virgin Islands private catamaran charters available on Sailo

British Virgin Islands is one of the best locations for a nautical adventure on a beautiful catamaran rental from Sailo. We currently offer 224 charters available with or without captain, ready for amazing fun trips; catamaran rentals are popular in many yachting locations around the world, providing extraordinary experiences for both boating enthusiasts and skilled sailors. Rent a catamaran to discover the best of British Virgin Islands from the water.

BVI catamaran charter with captain

Sailo offers beautiful boat and yacht rentals at various price points in British Virgin Islands. Use our advanced filters to narrow your search by date, group size, and trip duration: 2 hrs, 4 hrs or full day charters. You can also choose the type of boat (sailboat, motorboat, catamaran) you want and go even further and look for a particular length, manufacturer and model. The price filter will help you see the available boats within your budget and the crew option is useful when you want to see boats with a skipper/captain included or only bareboats. Do you see a boat that you would like to rent in British Virgin Islands? Click on it to go to the next page to read more about it, see more photos, send a direct message to the owner to ask more questions or start creating your booking request right away!

How much is it to rent a Carribean catamaran charter?

You can rent a BVI catamaran charter for a day for an average of $1100 per day. The average price for a weekly catamaran rental is $30133. Your total budget for a boating trip in British Virgin Islands depends on many factors such as: trip duration, if captain and crew are included in the price or their cost have to be paid separately, fuel cost (which could be significantly higher on a motorboat compared to a sailboat) and other extras you choose to customize your experience in British Virgin Islands.

BVI catamaran charter with a captain is the most popular way to discover Carribean Islands.

What is Sailo FREE 24 hours Reservation?

Not sure if the boat you like suits your vacation plans? You can place a free reservation for 24 hrs, no credit card required, for most of our weekly boat rentals, allowing you more time to discuss details with the boat owner, talk to your family or friends or customize your budget to suit your needs. Once you have placed the reservation, your BVI catamaran rental is blocked for 24 hours. During the 24 hours of your reservation, you can book the boat, cancel the reservation or ask for a one-time extension of 24 hours by contacting us at reserve@sailo.com. If you do nothing, your reservation will automatically expire and the boat will become available for other renters. Read more about free reservations.

Be a responsible boater

However long you’re on a boat, it’s always a thrilling and fun experience. Here at Sailo, we like to make sure that the stunning beauty of the seas, lakes and rivers of our planet stay as pristine as possible. If you’re going to charter a yacht, from a few hours to week, try to follow these sustainable boating tips:

  • Take your rubbish home
  • Use eco-friendly sunblock
  • Avoid single use plastic

Much of the world’s plastic ends up in the sea, so reduce, reuse and recycle. Read more about responsible boating.