Sail Caribbean Divers - scuba diving, watersports, equipment rentals on Tortola and Cooper Island in the British Virgin Islands


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KAYAKING - Cruise leisurely out of Hodges Creek Marina and past Buck Island, through Fat Hogs Bay and pass under the Beef Island bridge. Kayak among mangroves, over shallow reefs and in open water. Your destination is the beach at Trellis Bay where you can enjoy lunch at a secluded beach bar and restaurant. End your afternoon relaxing on the beach in a hammock or if you are adventurous you may want to continue south around Tortola. Your final destination: pristine, secluded sandy beaches on the North Shore.


If you aren't staying on land, take one of our kayaks with you on your charter, so you can paddle around your sailboat in any anchorage. Enjoy our single or double kayaks. 



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Stand Up Paddle Board $20 $50 $175 $195
Ocean Float $5 $10 $20 $25
Spinning Rod N/A $25 $65 $70
Trolling Rod N/A $40 $85 $95







OCEAN FLOATS - Hourly/Daily/Weekly rentals! - With your yacht nestled in one of the islands' quiet coves, enjoy total relaxation on one or our "unsinkable" ocean floats. Also perfect for sleeping under the stars! Floats are available from our Cooper Island and Norman Island facilities as well as on Tortola.


SNORKEL VEST & NOODLES- Hourly/Daily/Weekly rentals. Also available for purchase! - The BVI has some of the best snorkeling sites in the Caribbean. If you are unsure of your swimming ability or simply want something to help you float whilst you leisurely paddle over the reef in search of the perfect fish.



STAND UP PADDLE BOARD - Hourly/Daily/Weekly rentals! -Another great option for lazy paddling on the reef. These sturdy boards are fantastic for calm water paddling or shallow beach surf. Always use caution on local beaches and in surf. Check with the lifeguards and or the Tourism Board for current beach safety flag status.



FISHING EQUIPMENT - (Spinning & Trolling) -Another great option for your vacation. Licences are required for anyone over 18 years. We recommend catch & release, but why not get hooked?



A Recreational Fishing License is defined as a license granted to a person who catches fish on a catch-and-release basis. Visiting tourists usually conduct this type of fishing activity.  It is ILLEGAL to have in one’s possession billfish such as Blue & White Marlin, Sailfish and Sword Fish. It is also ILLEGAL to have more than thirty pounds of fish by weight in one’s possession per boat. If granted by the Minister of Natural Resources & Labour, a Pleasure/Recreational Fishing License is valid for one month.




PLEASE NOTE: While visiting the BVI and having any interest in fishing in the BVI, one should contact the MNR&L or the Conservation & Fisheries Department. In situations where persons visit the BVI for only a short period of time and are interested in fishing, a fishing permit may be granted by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Labour and this permit is valid for one month. The permit does not include catching fish for sale but catching fish for one’s personal use.


You can apply directly for the application or download the application form and return it to us along with a clear legible copy of your passport payment via mastercard or visa and we will process the application for you. Cost for the application & processing is $65. Payment must be received in full prior to processing and is non-refundable. Please note Applications must be received at least 2 weeks prior to your arrival in the BVI.


It is ILLEGAL to fish in the BVI waters without a valid fishing license or permit granted by the Ministry of Natural Resources & Labour. Any one witnessing the practice of illegal fishing activities in the BVI waters should either contact the Royal Virgin Island Police Force or the Conservation & Fisheries Department immediately.


It is ILLEGAL to catch the following during Closed Seasons:


1st January – 31st March Margate Fish (haemulon album)

1st January – 31st March Red Hind (epinephelus guttatus)

1st March – 31st May Nassau Grouper (epinephelus striatus)

1st April – 30th November Marine Turtles

31st July – 31st October Lobsters

15th August - 31st October Queen Conch (strombus gigas)

15th August - 31st October Whelk (cittarium pica)

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