May 1st: The BVI officially reopened to international visitors through the Terrance B Lettsome airport on December 1st, 2020, while the seaport officially reopened to international visitors via ferry ONLY in April 2021 . The total fee for entry is $175 and includes two PCR tests (entry and day 4), the traveler app, and a monitoring bracelet; travelers must arrive with a negative PCR test. From May 15th, 2021, fully vaccinated travelers will only be required to provide a negative PCR test within 5 days of travel, provide evidence of being fully vaccinated, and be subject to a PCR test on arrival. Providing a negative result, travelers will then be released from quarantine (indicating a 12-24 hour only quarantine, depending on when results are issued, will be required) All other travelers will be required to quarantine for 4 days, however, travelers on vessels will be allowed to navigate around approved moorings provided they remain on their vessel. Travelers staying on land will be allowed to navigate within the confines of their approved property. “Fully vaccinated” indicates you had your final dose of a relevant vaccine at least 2 weeks prior to travel. It is currently unclear if the $175 fee remains in place for fully vaccinated guests.
In June 2021, the Road Town Jetty will safely accept day-trippers who have been fully vaccinated.
Travelers must begin the BVI entry portal process here at least 48 hours before travel, and the gateway must be completed at least 24 hours prior to travel. Travelers are also currently required to have proof of health insurance to cover the individual in the event you fall ill in the territory.
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BVI Yacht sales
‘The Caribbean Yacht Brokers You Can Trust’
BVI Yacht Sales is one of the leading Caribbean yacht brokers, in one of the largest yachting destinations in the world. We provide a stress-free buying and selling experience, which produces the best deals for the right prices- whether you’re looking for a hurricane damaged boat for sale, or a nearly new yacht, we have you covered.
SellING A Boat
At BVI Yacht Sales we place our clients at the heart of everything that we do, regardless of if you’re listing or buying. We understand that when choosing a broker it is important that the process be straight-forward and stress free- so use a BVI yacht broker that you can trust! We currently have a wide range of Caribbean sailboats for sale, from nearly new, to boat salvage sales.
BUYING a Boat
We help make it easy! We recognise that a lot of our clients don’t live in the BVI and so it’s important that we make the purchase process an enjoyable experience. We know the boats we are selling very thoroughly due to our extensive listing process and will answer any enquiries promptly- Caribbean yacht sales are our specialty!
DOCUMENTS & FEES
What you will need to list your boat with us:
– Notarized Bill of Sale to you
– Copy of your Passport
– Registration for the vessel (if you have not registered the vessel we will need to have a copy of the previous registration that matches the seller’s name on your Bill of Sale)
selling your yacht?
At BVI Yacht Sales we place our clients needs at the heart of everything that we do, we understand that when choosing a yacht brokerage, it is important that the process be straightforward and stress-free! If you’re thinking of listing your yacht for sale in the Caribbean, there really is no better brokerage- time after time we lead in sales throughout the Caribbean. In the first quarter of 2020, we sold 50% more boats than the next leading brokerage, despite the ongoing pandemic! If you’d like a no-obligation discussion about the listing process or how much your yacht could sell for in today’s market, fill out our listing form using the link below, and we’ll be in touch.
no travel required- we offer virtual appointments
We’re here to help make it as simple as possible for you to buy the boat of your dreams, without letting anything get in the way. In response to the pandemic, we are offering a range of online services, including the option for live virtual viewings for yachts, video-calling with our brokers and custom video walk-throughs to answer any questions you might have- the BVI may be closed to tourists, but we definitely aren’t!