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Dream Yacht relocates BVI base to Scrub Island

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Dream Yacht Charter has relocated its British Virgin Islands base to Scrub Island.

“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,” Dream Yacht Charter founder Loïc Bonnet said in a statement. “Scrub Island provides the room to develop and accommodate our growth, and offers a first-class experience for our guests who will have access to the five-star facilities of one of the islands’ premier resorts.”

The best connection from the U.S. to Scrub Island is via Terrance B. Lettsome International Airport (EIS), Beef Island, Tortola. On arrival, it’s a short walk or taxi ride to the Trellis Bay ferry dock to catch the free 10-minute Scrub Island ferry to our base. Those 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.

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