Dream Yacht Charter celebrates a relocation to Scrub Island in the British Virgin Islands
We are thrilled to announce that our base in the British Virgin Islands is relocating to Scrub Island, further supporting our commitment to the region and helping to encourage further growth in the area.
Dream Yacht Charter founder, Loïc Bonnet, said: “We’ve grown so much since we opened in the British Virgin Islands more than 10 years ago and our commitment to the BVIs, one of the world’s premier cruising grounds, remains strong. Scrub Island provides the room to develop and accommodate our growth as the world’s leading charter company. Our new base offers a first class experience for our guests who will have access to the five-star facilities of one of the islands’ premier resorts.”
Loïc added: “For 2019, we’ve expanded all offerings across our bareboat fleet and crewed yachts, as well as increased capacity on our guaranteed departure cabin cruises.”
“We welcome Dream Yacht Charter and their clients to Scrub Island, an ideal operations base for sailing the BVI,” said Joe Collier, President of Mainsail Lodging and Development. “Their customers will immediately appreciate all the upgrades and added amenities at our marina, as well as outstanding dining, pampering at Ixora Spa and a familiar level of service and luxury our guests have come to expect. This is truly a win-win situation.”
Flights are available from London Gatwick Airport (LGW) to Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS), Beef Island, Tortola via St John’s Airport, Antigua (ANU). On arrival, it’s just a short walk or two-minute taxi ride to the Trellis Bay ferry dock where you can catch the regular Scrub Island ferry to our base, which takes ten minutes. The ferry is free of charge for our customers and runs from Trellis Bay between 6.45am to 10.30pm and from Scrub Island between 6.30am and 10.15pm.
Customers coming from St. Thomas, Charlotte Amalie, can get the ferry to Tortola and take a 45-minute taxi ride from Road Town Ferry Dock to Trellis Bay to pick up the Scrub Island ferry.
We are excited about this new opportunity and are looking forward to supporting the people of Scrub Island and the British Virgin Islands during 2019 and beyond.