The Virgin Islands are a beautiful place. Still pretty much untouched, the natural beauty of these islands is right up there with some of the most beautiful places on Earth. This boat will show you the best of the islands, in an amazing boat at an incredible value. From the best hidden spots to great restaurants, you won't find a friendlier crew who knows the islands better.
The dual hull structure of the power catamaran provides a stable and smooth ride even in rough conditions. The low draft allows us to access virtually any beach without a dock.
Member since October 2015
For Jim, the waters of the Caribbean were love at first sight. Having spent all of his life boating the crystal clear waters of Glen Lake, in Northern Michigan, he thought he had seen the most beautiful water on earth. Then, he made his first trip the the Caribbean and his life was changed forever. After that fateful first trip, Jim escaped to the Caribbean as often as a busy work and parenting schedule would allow while always having the dream of someday making the Caribbean his home.
In 2012, Jim purchased a sailing catamaran, Being Nauti, that he based on Tortola, BVI and quickly became aware of the incredible sailing area made up of the US and British Virgin Islands. After one trip, Jim knew he had found the place he would make his home. It was no longer a vague goal of "The Caribbean". It was the Virgin Islands!
After many wonderful adventures in the Virgin Islands over the next few years, Jim was finally able to make the move to St Thomas, VI in 2015. While initially falling in love with the islands on a sailing catamaran, it became immediately apparent that a power catamaran was the way to truly explore the islands for a day trip.
After years of cruising the Virgin Islands, Jim has an intimate knowledge of the area and loves to share his love of the water and the islands with our guests.
Usually this boat operates around Charlotte Amalie, VI.
The BVI’s have it all: pristine white beaches, turquoise waters, and countless fun destinations. For a true tropical paradise, hop on your yacht charter in the BVI’s and sail to Cane Garden Bay on Tortola. With a sailboat charter in BVI, you can explore untouched natural wonders on Sandy Spit Island or choose one of our boat rentals for Virgin Gorda Baths. If you sail the islands in the winter, New Year’s Eve on Jost Van Dyke is a must on your list of things to do in the British Virgin Islands!More about British Virgin Islands