The BVI charges various fees for yachts and crews enjoying their waters. Some yachts include these fees in their rates and others do not. The responsible party will be noted on the charter contract. Here are the general fees subject to change.
|BVI Cruising Permit||$35-$45 depending on the length of the yacht|
|BVI Cruising Tax||$4 per person per day for non-BVI based yachts (year round)$2 per person per day for BVI based yachts (Winter).75 per person per day for BVI based yachts (Summer)|
|Departure Tax||$15 per person if leaving by yacht or ferry
$20 per person if flying out
|VI Search & Rescue||$1 (optional)|
$45 per person – The BVI requires each person who wants to fish to obtain a fishing license unless you are under 18 years of age.
Anchoring or taking an overnight mooring in the Virgin Island National Park around St. John is $15 per night. The BVI National Park also charges for overnight moorings. Some yachts will cover this fee, others not.
It is illegal for non-British Virgin Islanders to remove any marine organism from B.V.I. waters without a fishing permit. Spearfishing is not permitted.
Jet skis are not permitted in BVI waters.
Some fees may not apply and all are subject to change.
There is no SALES TAX.