BVI Luxury: Moskito Island with a Moskito yacht charter

Make Mine a Moskito

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The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is one of our favourite destinations in the Caribbean for island hopping. From the four main islands of the archipelago (Virgin Gorda, Tortola, Anegada, and Jost Van Dyke), a multitude of smaller islands is yours to explore. Most islands are left wild and uninhabited. The BVI is a paradise of hills swathed in tropical scrubland, powdery white sand, natural pools beneath giant boulders and kaleidoscopic reefs. 

“Live in the sunshine, swim in the sea, drink the wild air.”

A sense of adventure and discovery is what makes these islands so special. It is no surprise the BVI inspired Robert Louis Stevenson’s epic novel, Treasure Island. There is mystery and intrigue in the untamed landscape and deep mountain caves. That said, the BVI is also a place to pause, reflect and stay still. The restorative power of these islands will repair and renew if you give them time. In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson, come to the Virgin Islands to “live in the sunshine, swim in the sea and drink the wild air.”

The best way to experience the BVI is with a combination of island-hopping adventure and secluded island living.


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Richard Branson’s 125-acre private island in the BVI is designed for pure escapism. Meandering paths lead to palm-shaded terraces, white sandy coves and 360-degree views of the cerulean ocean. The island can be booked for exclusive hire giving you 4 remarkable properties, and over thirty rooms for your nearest and dearest to gather. 

Visit Moskito Island for peace and tranquillity or the wildest party of your dreams (or a bit of both). A stay on Moskito Island guarantees a barefoot paradise escape unlike anywhere else in the world. 


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Perched on the summit of Moskito Island, the four-story Oasis Estate has breathtaking views from every angle. This luxury home for hire includes a wraparound infinity pool, ample social spaces and nine spacious bedrooms.


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This barefoot hideaway climbs up the cliffside with direct access to Moskito Island’s white sandy beach. The Point Estate is the place to enjoy sunset views from the pool or terrace.


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Named after its inimitable owner, The Branson Estate sits above the ocean on a dramatic outcrop. Three standalone villas look over the private beach. The atmosphere is family-friendly, relaxed and welcoming.


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This is Moskito Island’s party palace. The Village comes to life at night with a hidden DJ booth, audio-synched LEDs and a stadium-quality sound system. Quirky features include a firepit seating area in the centre of the infinity pool and a slide that wraps around the estate.


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55m Heesen – 2021 – 12 Guests – 6 Cabins

Moskito, Exterior Profile

Sunny Side Up

Enjoy panoramic views from the 100m sundeck with a large jacuzzi, al fresco dining area and bar for sunset cocktails.


Save on running costs and carbon consumption with Moskito’s Fast Displacement Hull Form created by Van Oossanen Naval Architects.

The Interiors

Three words describe the superyacht interiors on Moskito: no expense spared. Think cool contemporary interiors, natural wood, floor-to-ceiling windows and calm colour tones.

British design due Bannenberg & Rowell delivered her effortlessly chic interior by blending together Smoked Oak chevron parquet flooring, white Thassos, grey St. Laurent and ivory Travertine marble throughout, with occasional warm bronze accents.

Moskito, Main Salon
Moskito, Watersports Beach Club

Wellness Centre

Moskito’s wellness suite includes a sauna, steam room and relaxation area that opens to the spacious beach club and swim platform.

Water Toys Galore

Get on the water from the deck of the RYA-approved sports centre. In the expert hands of your qualified crew learn the ins and outs of Moskito’s treasure chest of water toys.

Get in touch with our team to book Moskito Island with a luxury yacht charter on the 55m superyacht, Moskito. 

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