Updated April 27, 2021

We are working diligently to prepare and implement new measures onboard to welcome everyone safely.

The situation is fluid, so we will make sure that you have specific details for your trip, and we’ll also regularly update as we know there is more information coming soon. Below is an outline of the travel protocols (to be gazetted) which have just been confirmed for visitors to the BVI.

Visitors will need to download the approved app at and must be issued a Travel Certificate before they can enter the BVI. We are happy to help with the details.

A PCR COVID-19 negative test will be required within five days prior to arrival for all travellers from low risk countries, and within three days prior to arrival for all travellers from medium and high risk countries.


Stay up to date with the BVI Government's latest Covid 19 news and travel related updates.

BVIPA Announces International Ferry Schedule - Updated April 1, 2021

The British Virgin Islands Ports Authority (BVIPA) would like to inform the public of the new international ferry passenger schedule at Road Town Jetty and that the seaport option will go live on on 8 April 2021.

There will be only one daily round trip ferry service for this initial period. Ferry passengers arriving and departing the British Virgin Islands must reserve a ticket with the scheduled ferry operator through their booking portal. The new international ferry passenger schedule is as follows:

All ferries will depart Road Town, Tortola for Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas at 10:00 a.m.

All ferries will depart Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas for Road Town, Tortola at 4:00 p.m.

Monday Smith’s Ferry
Tuesday Road Town Fast Ferry
Wednesday Native Son Ferry
Thursday Smith’s Ferry
Friday Native Son Ferry
Saturday Road Town Fast Ferry
Sunday (Ferry operators will alternate)

We are looking forward to welcoming you aboard soon!

Join us and enjoy an unforgettable Caribbean experience!

Click here for our latest news on BVI reopening. We are already running trips and can’t wait to welcome you safely back onboard! Updated April 27, 2021.