The Seahorse Yacht Charters Fleet is a hand-picked and extensive collection sporting of only the finest, most trustworthy BVI charter yachts, such as Lagoon, Jeanneau, or Bavaria. These are brands and manufacturers that have come to prove themselves time and time again to be reliable and robust sea goers, capable of supplying relaxation, luxury, and adventure as you demand it. We believe the Yacht is one of the most central aspects of any charter experience, acting as a base of action, a source of fun and importantly, your home for the trip. We can help you find not only a great yacht but one that suits you and your needs specifically.
Check out the Seahorse Yacht Charters Fleet of BVI charter yachts today and see what we currently have available. No matter you’re after a power yacht, monohull, catamaran or something more specific, you’ll be sure to find something fitting in our line up. There’s something for everyone here at Seahorse, it doesn’t matter if you’ve never sent a day off land or if you’re a grizzled sailing veteran, we can help find the yacht that’s right for you. Our yachts are also perfect for couples or families, offering a prime opportunity to craft memorable and meaningful experiences you’ll cherish for years to come.
If you have any questions regarding any BVI charter yachts that aren’t answered here, please feel free to contact Seahorse Yacht Charters directly, and we’ll be happy to help you out with any possible inquiries you may have. Our team is made up of experienced sailors and charter veterans, with Liz & her husband having spent over 30 years sailing and adventuring in the BVI. Seahorse Yacht Charter members have spent lives crafting stunning sailing memories and now want to bring those joys to you too. Sailing is an experience everyone should have at least once and it’s never been easier than with the help of Seahorse Yacht Charters.
OV IMAGES COMING SOON!
Come adventure with us aboard OV!
OV is a brand new 2020 Fountain Pajot Elba45, debuting at the St Thomas Boat Show this fall, and is available for charter in the Virgin Islands starting in November 2020. This year, the Elba 45 has been voted the 'Best Charter Boat' by Cruising World Magazine, and 'Best Multihull Cruising Boat' by Sail Magazine. The industry professional love this catamaran and now it's time for you to come experience OV for yourself.
OV is a 45' sailing catamaran that sets a new standard for her size. OV has spacious and bright interiors, and features the latest industry technology. The yacht has 3 queen guest cabins and two single forepeak beds ideal for teenagers or 2 single adults. All queen cabins have air conditioning and en-suite electric heads with vanity and separate shower stalls. OV has multiple locations for entertainment and relaxation. Take in the beautiful sunset while sipping wine on the fly deck, or wake up early to enjoy the sunrise while drinking coffee o the foredeck. The spacious cockpit comfortably sits all guests for dining al fresco style and is the perfect location for movie night. The main salon has an open concept galley with a large sofa, coffee table, and flat screen TV. The yacht is also fully equipped for comfort and includes a watermaker, generator, ice maker, stereo system, movie projector / screen, onboard wifi, underwater lights and BBQ.
If you love adventure, our crew is ready for you. OV has the following toys onboard for your enjoyment: 20hp dinghy, 2 paddle boards, 1 two person kayak, snorkeling gear, floating platform, inner tube, fishing gear, swim noodles, underwater camera and a drone to capture your fun. IF you have fallen in love with the cruising lifestyle, we also offer sailing certification classes through American Sailing Association. If interested, inquire with the crew before your booking.
***NOTE: 6 guests is ideal, but OV has two single forepeak cabins, which can accommodate two solo passengers.
3 Queen cabins fully air-conditioned each with its own en-suite electric heads.
2 forward single cabins, deck access only and must share another guest cabin's head. Single births cabins are not air-conditioned.
Crew uses one queen cabin and one head