General British Virgin Islands FAQ
With little desire for mass tourism, the BVI has remained an escape from the bustling souvenir shops and glittery nightlife associated with many Caribbean islands. The BVI has miles of serene beaches, and is considered the best cruising/sailing location in the world. The crystal clear blue waters also provide a perfect setting for unparalleled diving, snorkeling, kayaking and numerous other adventures.
With several flights daily these airlines will get you where you need to go. Cape Air, Caribbean Air and Seaborne. These airlines offer codeshare flights with many major airlines including American, United, Jet Blue & Continental. Code for BVI is EIS.
- In the event of the approach of a Named Storm, guests will not be permitted to remain on board the Cuan Law.
- They may fly home or stay ashore and return to complete the charter aboard Cuan Law when conditions permit. Trimarine Boat Company/Cuan Law will not be responsible for any airfares or shore expenses.
- Guests must ensure that if the Cuan Law is deemed to be unavailable due to storm conditions, their trip cancellation policy will cover their loss of time on board. Cuan Law will NOT reimburse for this lost time. Cancellation for storm reasons ahead of a trip MUST also be covered by guest insurance.