The Moorings, Sunsail Reopen BVI Yacht Charter Base

The joint facility had to be repaired in the wake of destructive hurricanes.

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Drone footage shot on December 8th, 2017 of The Moorings and Sunsail BVI base.Courtesy Caribbean Comeback

The Moorings and Sunsail have reopened their joint yacht charter base at Road Town, Tortola, in the British Virgin Islands.

A combined fleet of 100 yachts is now available for crewed and bareboat charters, according to a press release. The Moorings and Sunsail also have spent $66.5 million investing in new boats, with more than 130 additional hulls expected to arrive in the British Virgin Islands in early 2018.

“The road to recovery has not been easy, but we simply couldn’t be more thrilled about reopening our base,” Josie Tucci, vice president of sales and marketing, stated in a press release.

How to help continuing recovery efforts: Donate here.

Learn more about chartering in the British Virgin Islands: go to the Moorings website or the Sunsail website.