With all the effort that goes into a wedding, you want the organization of your honeymoon to be easy and worry free. We will help you with organizing an all-inclusive crewed charter vacation aboard your very own luxury yacht. A dedicated crew of a captain and gourmet chef, your honeymoon will be an extraordinary, and surprisingly easy, way to relax in the British Virgin Islands and beyond.
1. The All-Inclusive Gourmet Meals, Beverages and More
Thanks to your skilled gourmet chef, you’ll be treated to a mouthwatering array of beautiful dishes and drinks you’ll love. Prior to your departure, we’ll contact you to learn about your dietary preferences and any particular requests you may have. After that, all you need to do is step aboard, kick back, and relax as your chef prepares a near-endless variety of fresh meals, hors d’ oeuvres and cocktails throughout the day.
2. The Attractions and Activities
From snorkeling vibrant coral reefs in water as clear as glass to sipping some famed Painkiller cocktails at one-of-a-kind beachside bars, there’s an abundance of things to do in the BVI on your honeymoon. For a romantic daytime activity, be sure to check out the “Bubbly Pool” on Jost Van Dyke. Located on the east side of the island just a short walk from Foxy’s, the pool turns into a natural Jacuzzi when the waves splash over the rocks between it and the ocean. Bring towels, blankets and lunch supplies for an unforgettable picnic experience.
3. The Privacy
The Moorings crewmembers can be as discreet or interactive as you need them to be. If you’re feeling friendly, our crew members will be happy to chat or help you out in the common areas both inside and outside of the yacht. Your stateroom is yours, and only yours, though. Either way, you can rest assured knowing that many of our guests become great friends with their crew by the end of their trips, and often hire the same ones when they return.
4. The Convenience of Your Very Own Captain
Navigating a new destination by land is one thing, but the sea presents an entirely different challenge. Lucky for you, you’ll have a professional captain aboard to help you every step (or, sail) of the way. Just say where and you’ll soon be whisked away to all the must-see spots on your list. Or, share what you’re in the mood for and we’ll be happy to oblige. With a wealth of local knowledge, your captain will know just the place for dining, swimming, snorkeling, drinks, shopping and more.
5. The Comfort of a Contemporary Catamaran
Your Crewed Yacht vacation includes five-star accommodations aboard a spacious air-conditioned catamaran. It starts with our ultra-stylish staterooms, which sleep two guests and include en-suite lavatories and showers. Our Crewed yachts include three or five guest staterooms depending on the model type.
A small selection of the many crewed yachts that are perfect for your Honeymoon, Anniversary or for just a romantic vacation for two
Getting married in the BVI’s!
A marriage license is easy to obtain in the British Virgin Islands and the certificate is valid internationally.
You can prepare your Marriage License application online. Click here and follow the simple instructions to submit your application to the Marriage Officer of your choice.
Upon arrival in the Virgin Islands you can apply for a Marriage License at the Registrar-General’s Office, which is situated in the Burhym Building, Road Town, Tortola.
The Registrar-General’s Office is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A marriage license takes one (1) working day to process. Once the Government has granted a license, it remains valid for three (3) months from the date it is signed.
At the Registrar-General’s Office you will be required:
- To present a US$220 postage stamp (purchased from the Registrar-General’s Office or Post Office) for a Special License. To qualify for a special license, you must be present at the time of application and plan to be a resident/present in the Virgin Islands for at least one day.
- To present US$120 postage stamp (purchased from the Registrar-General’s Office or Post Office) for an Ordinary License, if you have been resident in the Virgin Islands for 15 days or more.
- To show proof of your identity and your resident status i.e. the day you arrived in the Virgin Islands (via your passport).
- To show proof of marital status (including certified copies of Decree(s) Absolute for divorced spouse or Death Certificate(s) of deceased spouse).
- To have two persons to witness (and to sign) your application for the license. Please note that these two witnesses need not be the same two witnesses who are present at your Marriage Ceremony.
- Also, please note that you can always request persons in the Virgin Islands to be witnesses at the Registrar-General’s Office and at your Marriage Ceremony.
- Having applied for the license, you should then schedule an appointment for the date and time you propose to be married. If you have telephoned your appointment from abroad, you will need to confirm it at the Registrar-General’s Office at this time.