British Virgin Islands (BVI)

Embark on an unforgettable journey out of Miami with a stop in British Virgin Islands (BVI). Destination The British Virgin Islands, also known by their abbreviation "BVI," are found in the Lesser Antilles chain of islands and islets in the eastern Caribbean, about 1,220 miles southeast of Miami. The British Virgin Islands are widely recognized as one of the world's most stunning island chains. Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke are the most well-known islands in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), although these are just a few of the more than fifty islands and cays that make up the archipelago. The island of Tortola is the largest of the islands in the British Virgin Islands. Cane Garden Bay and Smuggler's Cove are just two of the many beautiful white-sand beaches found there. The cruise ship dock is located in Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands. From Tortola, cruise passengers can easily get to the many other islands in the area. Each island has its own unique things to do and see. 

Cruises to British Virgin Islands (BVI) from Miami

British Virgin Islands (BVI)

Many of the world’s largest cruise ships can regularly be seen departing from Miami, for British Virgin Islands (BVI), including vessels from Azamara Club Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, and many more. More than 40 Caribbean islands and islets make up the British Virgin Islands (BVI), which are known for their subtropical vegetation, white sand beaches, and coral reefs. Apart from four major islands (Tortola, Anegada, Virgin Gorda, and Jost Van Dyke), there are thirty-two smaller islands and islets, over twenty of which are uninhabited. Among the smaller islands are Great Tobago, Salt, Peter, Cooper, Norman, Guana, Beef, Great Thatch, Little Thatch, and Marina Cay. From one island to the next, there are countless historical sites to explore. Forts, mines, museums, churches, burial sites, and plantation estates all over the islands tell stories of piracy, the beginning of global trade, and early settlements. Sailboating, scuba diving, fishing, and lounging on picture-perfect beaches are some other options. When you take a cruise to British Virgin Islands (BVI), you will stop at some of the world's most interesting ports of call, such as Great Harbour (Jost Van Dyke), Tortola (Road Town), Virgin Gorda, known for being an excellent place to unwind and also the starting point for a variety of exciting excursions.

British Virgin Islands (BVI) Out of Miami Cruise Schedule

A cruise that departs from Miami and makes a stop in British Virgin Islands (BVI) will delight anyone with its natural beauty that leaves even the most seasoned traveler awestruck. A cruise to British Virgin Islands (BVI) is perfect for individuals who fantasize about beautiful beaches that are lined with palm trees and have waters that are crystal clear.

Norwegian Cruise Line Eastern Caribbean 14-day route

14-day Eastern Caribbean from Miami

Norwegian Pearl, Norwegian Cruise Line

Date: January 3, 2025

Ports of Call: Miami, Great Stirrup Cay, Catalina Island, Curacao, Aruba, Bridgetown, Antigua, St. Kitts, St. Thomas, Tortola, Puerto Plata, Miami; View Itinerary