BVI Yacht sales
‘The Caribbean Yacht Brokers You Can Trust’
BVI Yacht Sales is one of the leading Caribbean yacht brokerages, 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 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! 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.
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)
September 21st 2021: From October 1st, 2021, fully vaccinated travellers to the BVI will no longer need to get approval from the BVI Gateway Portal prior to entry. Guests must arrive with a negative PCR or approved antigen test dated within 5 days of travel, be subject to an antigen test on arrival (currently $50), and bring sufficient proof of WHO approved vaccination with the final dose being administered at least 2 weeks before date of entry. Providing the antigen test on arrival is negative, guests will be free to leave the port of entry with no quarantine period.
Partially vaccinated travellers will require a PCR test within 5 days of travel, provide satisfactory evidence of being partially vaccinated, and will be subject to a PCR test or rapid antigen test upon arrival in the Territory (day zero) and quarantined for a period of four days. In light of these decisions, Cabinet further decided that the Gateway administrative fee be reduced from $105.00 to no more than thirty-five dollars ($35) for fully vaccinated travellers.
All other travelers will be required to quarantine for 7 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. The total fee for entry for unvaccinated travelers is $175. A group of mixed vaccination travelers (ie. some are fully vaccinated and others are unvaccinated) will be treated as all unvaccinated and be required to quarantine for the full 7 days. See full information here.
Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated travellers 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.
Ferries are currently operating at a smaller capacity than pre-covid and must be booked online as early as possible to avoid missing out on a particular day. The most up to date schedules are posted on the BVI Ports Authority website.
Want to travel to the BVI on your own vessel? See the small vessel entry guidelines here.
Are you looking to sell your boat? We have many buyers who are ready NOW!
46′ Hallberg-Rassy 46, 2003
31′ Bertram Sport Fish, 1964
47′ Feeling 486, 1997
40′ Pacific Seacraft Crealock 40, 2001
49′ Hallberg Rassy 49, 1984
40′ Cal 40, 1970
46′ Island Packet 465, 2008
45′ Lagoon 450F, 2013
54′ Hanse 545, 2011
62′ Lagoon 620, 2014
50′ Meta Damien II Schooner, 1978
46′ Dufour 460 Grand Large Adventure, 2018
38′ Island Packet 380, 2001
41′ Hanse 415, 2017
47′ Beneteau 473, 2002
80′ Southern Ocean Shipyard, 1995