The Virgin Islands are a very popular sailing destination due to their beautiful marine environment and optimal sailing conditions. The ideal time for sailing is the winter (November-April) months, when it is the dry season.

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Weather in the US Virgin Islands

The Caribbean region has the traits of all year hot and humid tropical climate. The weather is somewhat cool and dry from the middle of January to the middle of April. From the middle of June to the middle of November it’s usually hot, wet, and rainy. Wet rains and trade winds cool the islands. Hurricanes are frequent between July and October.

Bareboat catamaran charter US Virgin Islands – the main ports

Charlotte Amalie Harbor, St. Thomas

The harbor is one of the most popular cruise ship destinations in the Caribbean. Is a major and bustling port offering a wide range of services to accommodate various maritime activities, including tourism, commerce, and transportation:
Cruise Ship Terminal, Ferry Services, Cargo and Container Handling, Marina and Yacht Services, Water Sports and Recreational Activities, Customs and Immigration Services. The harbor area is known for its duty-free shopping, with numerous stores offering jewelry, electronics, clothing, and more. There are also plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafes for visitors to enjoy.

Compass Point Marina

The marina is situated on the east end of St. Thomas, in Red Hook. It is conveniently located near Red Hook Harbor, which is a major hub for passenger ferries traveling between St. Thomas and St. John. This proximity to Red Hook makes it an ideal location for boaters and visitors looking to explore the U.S. Virgin Islands. It provides a range of boating services and amenities. The marina is part of a boating community, and it often hosts events, regattas, and other activities. The marina’s staff is typically knowledgeable and experienced in assisting boaters with their needs. The Marina is home to a waterfront restaurant and bar, which is a popular spot for both boaters and visitors.

Frenchtown Marina

It is conveniently located in the Frenchtown neighborhood of Charlotte Amalie on the south coast of St. Thomas. This location makes it easily accessible to both boaters and visitors to St. Thomas. The marina is within walking distance of Charlotte Amalie’s shopping districts, including Main Street and the historic downtown area. It offers boat slips, dockage, and amenities to accommodate various sizes of vessels. Facilities include a fuel dock, electricity hookups, water supply, sewage pump-out services, and a ship’s store where boaters can purchase necessary supplies.

Cruz Bay harbour, St. John

The port is the main harbor on the island of St. John It is a vital maritime facility, serving as the primary entry and departure point for passengers traveling to and from St. John, primarily via passenger ferries connecting to St. Thomas.

Christiansted Harbor, St. Croix

The harbor is situated on the north coast of St. Croix and is known for its historical significance, commercial activity, and its role as a hub for boating and maritime tourism. The harbor is a popular destination for recreational boating and sailing. It offers a range of amenities and facilities to accommodate boaters, including boat slips, moorings, and services such as fuel and water. The area is known for its picturesque setting and is a gateway to exploring the waters of St. Croix.

Ports in Tortola – BVI

There are amazing bays all over Tortola – sailors can choose from exceptional full-service ports. You don’t necessarily have to use these though, as you can find dozens of buoys around the island where you can tie up your boat. Let’s see the main ports:

Nanny Cay

Nanny Cay is located on the southern coast of Tortola. It is located a little over 3 kilometres from Burt Point. At this port, we have the opportunity to pull our boat from the water, among other services. Nanny Cay Marina offers 320 berths; 120 on the outer parts and 200 on the inside. They provide access to fuel and electricity in both areas. We need to pass through a narrow route for entry.

Road Harbour

Road Town is the capital of Tortola and the sailing centre of the British Virgin Islands. We can enter the port through the Sir Francis Drake Channel. Road Harbour has several yacht marinas providing full service and accommodation. We can find Road Reef Marina, Fort Burt, and Wickham’s Cay I and II here; Road Reef Marina and Fort Burt are on the western side, while Wickham’s Cay is on the north. There are over 120 berths and downtown Road Town can be found nearby. Many sailors start their trip here when visiting the British Virgin Islands.

Cane Garden Bay

Cane Garden Bay is an excellent docking place with a beautiful beach on the northern coast of Tortola. It is easy to enter, there is a large area for docking. There are many mooring buoys, and they are all secure. If you would like to anchor for the night, you should arrive early, since the place gets full very soon. If you have a shallow-draft boat, you can find spots in the southern and southwestern parts as well. The depth of the water is between 4 and 6 metres. The bay is surrounded by marvellous mountains, and some of the local restaurants entertain their guests with live music. Many sailors consider this the best port. Read more about what to do in Tortola or Tortola sailing. Check our boats: boat rental in Tortola

Ports in Virgin Gorda – BVI

Virgin Gorda has a lot of great anchorage and moorings. It is an ideal starting point for exploring the smaller islands in the area or the British Virgin Islands. Here are some of them.

Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor és St. Thomas Bay

The Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor is in St. Thomas Bay. It is easy to approach it, we only have to sail the marked channel. The harbor is beautiful, offering great services and marine gas. There are 100 berths, and it is possible to stay for only a few hours, a day, or long-term as well. It is close to the centre of Spanish Town. It is a very peaceful town where you can find many shops, restaurants, and bars. One of the most famous attractions of the town, The Baths, is about 3 km from here. This is a collection of granite rocks on the beach that have become large rock formations. The rocks from tidal basins, channels, and spectacular caves open to the surrounding waters.

Biras Creek

Biras Creek is in the eastern part of Virgin Gorda. If the weather turns bad, it provides shelter. As you approach, pay attention because there is an obstacle on the south side, amile from the resort, Oyster Rock. Fortunately, the rock is marked with a red buoy. You should pass it on the left side.
Biras Creek is very popular among sailors who come to Virgin Gorda. In the evenings, you can admire the sunset or the glimmering reflection of the moon on the open water. Each one creates a very romantic atmosphere.

Deep Bay

Deep Bay is at the northeastern tip of Virgin Gorda. This beautiful beach is very peaceful and quiet, perfect for those who crave a little space. There are 14 moorings, but there are plans to build a port village of more than 80 berths on the north shore of the bay. The channel that leads to the bay is marked with a buoy system. There are great sandy areas to anchor on the north and south shore. Oil Nut Bay Marina provides fuel and water.
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Weather in US Virgin Islands

The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine, and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for the US Virgin Islands. Likewise, the “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.

Wind rose in US Virgin Islands
Wind speed in US Virgin Islands

The wind rose for US Virgin Islands shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for the US Virgin Islands shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.

The US Virgin Islands has a stable year-round tropical climate, like other islands in the Caribbean. Average temperatures on the island vary from 20º to 30º C. From December to March, the daily average temperature is around 25 º C. From May to October the daily averages are around 28 °C. The dry season lasts from December to March. The rainy season starts in May with showers till November. September is the rainiest month. Hurricanes may occur from June through November, most likely during September.

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Rent a bareboat catamaran on US Virgine Islands: itineraries

Day 1. Saint Thomas – Red Hook 8,06 km (5,01 mi), Day 2. Red Hook – Hull bay 14,49 km (9,00 mi), Day 3. Hull bay – Culebra 39,51 km (24,55 mi), Day 4. Culebra – San Juan 94,54 km (58,74 mi), Day 5. San Juan – Loiza 27,47 km (17,07 mi), Day 6. Loiza – Fajardo 30,80 km (19,14 mi), Day 7. Fajardo – Brewers Bay – Saint Thomas 81,00 km (50,33 mi)

Boat rental Saint Thomas itinerary

Day 1. Saint Thomas – Cruz Bay 8,67 km (5,39 mi), Day 2. Cruz Bay – Culebra 55,01 km (34,18 mi), Day 3. Culebra – Fajardo 43,75 km (27,18 mi), Day 4. Fajardo – Ceiba 7,70 km (4,78 mi), Day 5. Ceiba – Vieques 24,48 km (15,21 mi), Day 6. Vieques – Playa Tortuga 32,16 km (19,99 mi), Day 7. Playa Tortuga – Druif Bay – Saint Thomas 40,18 km (24,97 mi)

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