A lot of people looking for a worry-free vacation are concerned about Quarantine regulations. This report shows how the British Virgin Islands fixed it! The report states: We received a compelling review from the crew of FOXY LADY who described their quarantine successful charter. No hotel stays required – just hop on your yacht after landing in Beef Island Airport to comply with the strict protocol entering the British Virgin Islands. Here is Captain Graham and Chef Kristiann’s story and itinerary for a holiday week with three generations on two well-suited tandem charter sailing catamarans.
Wishing you Peace, Love, Happiness and Adventure in the new year and beyond ~ 🕊💕🎼 🎉🥂 The world of travel is slowly opening up and yachting has now been coined one of the safest vacation experiences. We welcome you to explore this intimate and unique joy of feeling the wind in your hair and the fresh sea air while replenishing your mental reserves. Discover exotic destinations around the world in 2021 and 2022 – Thailand, Caribbean, Galapagos, Croatia, New England this coming year and beyond. Experience the intimate and unique joy of safe travel with custom menus and itineraries for 4-days or longer yacht charter immersions.
British Virgin Island borders are open after closing due to Covid-19. Inbound air services began on December 1, 2020. We monitor the BVI government Facebook page for the latest Covid information for travelers.
We all want to travel. We all need to feel safe. This coming winter may pose some obstacles. According to a recent McKinsey report on airplane travel, travelers encounter 700 touch points with commercial air travel compared to 30-40 touchpoints in private plane charters. Of course, not everyone can spring for “flying private tail”, so for most of our clients, we suggest that yacht charters are uniquely safe and recommend Park & Embark travel in the USA for this winter’s and next summer’s getaway.
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS (July 24, 2020) – The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism announced the launch of phase one of a new online portal that will pre-screen and assist with the certification process of all travelers prior to their arrival in the Territory. The goal is to reduce the spread of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).