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Discovering the British Virgin Islands aboard a Saba 50 Quintet


The Virgin Islands archipelago, which is shared between the US, Puerto Rico and Great Britain, is situated in the legendary and famous waters of the Caribbean Sea, to the east of Puerto Rico. We charter a brand new and elite catamaran in the British Virgin Islands to cross miles of seawater between heaven and earth (do not forget the certificate that guarantees you can sail). This is the paradise of the Antilles with amazing lakes, beaches and breathtaking coves with white sand and emerald waters. Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke are the biggest of these islands.

The catamaran Saba 50 Quintet model is recognized as the leader among the three biggest catamaran builders. With this boat, Fountaine Pajot has combined high quality construction, elegant and remarkable design and speed in order to make your sailing journey comfortable. Brightness, spaciousness and high performance are the three things that characterize this catamaran; rent a Saba 50 Quintet in the BVI and enjoy all the pleasures of the sea while sailing in combination with the best possible comfort and delight. In this catamaran model, both the living room and the cockpit have ample storage areas and cabins are spacious and bright. Therefore, during an exciting cruise along the shores of these islands on the rented Saba 50, the entire crew, including children and older persons, can move easily and safely.


Diving lovers can discover, here, one of the richest and the most amazing seabeds on the planet. Not only vegetation or marine life, but also ancient shipwrecks invite you to participate in delightful underwater adventures. The best places to anchor the rented catamaran Saba 50 and to snorkel are Peter Island and the area near Anegada Island. These areas are well-known for their astonishing and spooky sunken pirate ships. Other islands like Tortola are famous thanks to precious beaches such as Apple Bay and Brewers Bay with coconut trees and discrete coves which are attractive to adventurers. The aforementioned Tortola is the largest of all islands, and this is where the capital Road Town is located. This nineteen-kilometre-long and five-kilometre-wide island, full of white sand and landscapes of lush vegetation in the mountains, ruins and rum distilleries, is worth being visited. Virgin Gorda is outstanding for salty natural pools and underwater caves. Be careful! It is advisable not to sail with the Saba 50 Quintet at night near Anegada due to its rocky coastline. However, don’t overlook the opportunity to sail aboard your rented catamaran near small Sandy Bay’s mound of sand or tiny Saba Rock that only has a house, a diving club (the place deserves it) and a pub. Jost Van Dyke has a more relaxed atmosphere and the island’s water bars serve delicious cocktails with rum. Anegada attracts lots of visitors thanks to the fact it’s a coral island.

Here the weather is great all year round and the sun shines almost every day. It’s the perfect place for sailing lovers and especially for the Saba 50 Quintet and catamarans of a similar size and quality. This paradise with 60 idyllic islands is a splendid place for those who wish to rent a boat, dive, fish or just sunbathe on dream beaches.

Raquel Valdueza