For an unforgettable sailing experience…
23’ Contender (^Bareboat) | Seats 4 | – (Half Day) | $450 (Full Day)
23’ Contender (*Chartered) | Seats 4 | $450 (Half Day) | $650 (Full Day)
35’ Triton (*Chartered) | Seats 12 | $850 (Half Day) | $1,100 (Full Day)
35’ Contender (*Chartered) | Seats 12 | $850 (Half Day) | $1100 (Full Day)
Included: Beverages Provided | Large Coleman Cooler | Dry Storage | Fresh Water Rinse | Stereo/Bluetooth /Ipod/MP3
*20 Years Expert Captain (Special requests are entertained for an earlier or later charter.)
^Bareboat no crew or provisions are included Security Insurance $25.00 per day (optional). Minimum 3-day rental | Delivery or Collection of Vessel $100 |
$1,000.00 Refundable Damage Deposit | Price does not include fuel
All prices and schedules are subject to change without notice. Minimum passenger requirements on all tours.
Come as guests and leave as friends.
Here’s what our friends have to say about us!
“Highlight of our trip. Fantastic experience.“
I traveled to the British Virgin Islands on a cruise with my wife, 2 young children aged 6 and under, and mother who is in her 70s. We hired a private powerboat with Malcolm for the day. He drove us to the 3 best sights in BVI that we wanted to see, including Sandy Cay, Jost Van Dyke and The Baths. Malcolm was a fantastic host and tailored the trip to our needs, ensuring that we were all safe when swimming to shore at Sandy Cay and Jost Van Dyk, and recommending that we don’t swim into the baths due to the danger for our children and elderly mother. Drinks were provided. It was definitely the highlight of our 4 week trip to the US and Caribbean.
“Amazing one of a kind experience”
Malcolm went above and beyond to make sure we all had a blast. The pricing was reasonable and we got to experience way more than what the cruise ship was offering. Very clean boat and plenty of drinks on board. Very cool and friendly guy. Make sure you make a stop into Willy T’s and Norman Island.
“Great day on the water !!”
We had a great day with Malcolm! We were on a cruise that stopped Road Town, Tortola, BVI. We met Malcolm shortly after exiting the ship. His boat was docked very close to the port a very short walk. We were quickly on his boat and on our way. There was 8 of us 4 adults and 4 teenagers. Malcolm took us to a number of great snorkeling spots. The Caves, the Indians were great spots. He provided the equipment and had plenty for us to drink. We swam at our leisure and the moved on. Probably my favorite part of the day was stopping at the island of Just Von Dyke. There are no docks so the boat anchors and you wade in. The Soggy Dollar bar is there.