Here at The Catamaran Company, we know this is a difficult time and we want to be sensitive to that. While travel may not be on your radar right now, we’ll continue to send inspirational holiday ideas for charters in months that are reasonable to go sailing. We want to continue to go the distance and send you charter promotions to feed your passion for sailing until your next trip. To help you make informed decisions about travel, check  Tripadvisor , for important resources and tools. Read our COVID-19 cleaning policy for our charter catamarans in BVI. Click here >>

There is no better way to spend quality time with a group of friends and family aboard a private catamaran in the beautiful British Virgin Islands, natures little secret. Give the gift of the sun & sea, book and sail a catamaran for your Christmas Holiday with a 15% Discount. Booking a private yacht is the smartest choice to remain socially distant whilst creating lifetime memory in the magical British Virgin Islands.
15% OFF
Save from $750 to $4,500 per week aboard our charter catamarans.
7 Day Charters in the BVI. Bareboat or crewed packages available for Christmas Holiday Week.

Book by May 10, 2020
Letters From Hugh Murray:
President of The Catamaran Company.

"We Will Continue To Go The Distance with our Clients and staff...."
We are being inundated with questions as to what a charter boat Owner should do if he has stopped receiving his income from his charter company. The internet is rife with those armchair ‘experts’ advising these unfortunate Owners to ‘just go get your boat’, ‘sue the thieves’ or ‘cut your charter company a break’. It is fair to assume that this situation is going to get a lot worse before it gets much better and trying to put a timeframe on the end of the disaster and the start of the recovery is simply impossible. Working out how long the recovery will then take is no easy feat either.

There are no easy answers here but there are some things that should be borne in mind when trying to come to the correct conclusion. This economic disaster has affected the entire charter industry but not all charter companies have suspended making owner payments so it is certainly not a good sign if some companies continue to pay and others do not.phrases like "for a limited time only" or "only 7 remaining!"
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