Travelling To The BVI
Travelling to the British Virgin Islands
- 2 hour flight from Miami, Florida
- 3 hour flight from New York
- 8 hour flight from London
Flying to the British Virgin Islands starts with a commercial flight to other Caribbean island airports. Depending on where you are coming from these include Antigua, St Thomas, Puerto Rico, St Kitts and St Maarten. From there, a network of private charter flights (plus some helicopter flights) and boats transfer travellers to the islands.
Travelling to Virgin Gorda
Main airport for charter flights to the islands coming from other Caribbean airports is on Virgin Gorda’s neighbouring island, Tortola. Terrance B. Lettsome International (previously Beef Island Airport) is for example a 12 minute flight from St Thomas or a 20 minute flight from San Juan in Puerto Rico and can handle the comings and goings of most private jets.
There is also a local airport on Virgin Gorda.
Travelling to Blunder Bay
Blunder Bay’s luxury real estate development is currently only accessible by boat from Gun Creek and Leverick Bay via North Sound or from Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour, Trellis Bay or Beef Island on Tortola.
A major ingredient of the estate infrastructure is a 12-berth marina and four unique docks which will give residents easy access to island amenities with just a three minute boat ride, while retaining the special seclusion of luxury island living.
Platinum Yacht Charters can also transport home owners to and from Tortola’s airport, St Thomas or Gun Creek on Virgin Gorda.
Construction of the helipad is underway at Blunder Bay which will not only be for medical emergencies but may also be used by residents to fly in from Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Tortola and St Maarten.
Within the estate there is also an independent road which runs from one end of the development to the other, giving home owner’s access to their plot.