Pricing

Breakdown of Costs


A full day private charter AVIA Charters is $750.00.

Details: This is for up to six people and includes your captain as well as a cooler with ice and water, your snorkel gear and instruction and all the fun you can have. This rate does NOT include fuel consumption, customs and immigration fees or gratuity. Trips are generally from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

For more than six people, there is a $50.00 per person charge with a maximum of 12 people.

Details: This is due to the costly and strict regulations to legally and safely carry more than 6 passengers.

Fuel consumption

This is directly related to your destination and how far you travel. The 300 Yamaha four strokes are the most economical in their class. The fuel used is calculated with a digital fuel management gauge. For local trips expect to pay between $100 and $150 in fuel and  approximately $200 if you are visiting the Baths on the island of Virgin Gorda.

Customs and immigration fees

These only apply if you are travelling to the British Virgin Islands. This $65.00 fee includes entry and exit fees as well as the national parks . This fee must be paid in cash and will be collected when you arrive to the boat along with passports. It is recommended to send passport information ahead of time as to free 30-45 minutes of your day.

Tipping

As in any service industry, tipping and gratuities for outstanding service is greatly appreciated. The industry standard is 15-20% of the charter price for a job well done. This can be paid directly to your captain. Cash please.


Reservations

Reservations are highly recommended if not necessary. A credit card number will be required to hold a reservation. We have a 48 hour cancellation policy. If you have not cancelled your reservation within this time, you will be charged the full cost of the charter.

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