Our 8th time to bareboat in the BVI, first time with BVI Yacht Charters. We had absolutely no issues with the company that we used in the past, but found that BVI Yacht Charters offered boats that suited our needs better. In addition, they were significantly better priced. We found the close proximity of the Marina to Roadtown a plus. The marina is a short taxi ride from Roadtown, and there is a very large supermarket close by. The booking process was simple, and our request to change boats after the initial reservation was accommodated without issue. The checkout was painless. A thorough chart orientation followed by boat familiarization were conducted without needless waiting around. I was pleasantly surprised by the number of staff on hand to assist with boat preparation. We were on our way within about 3 hours of our arrival at the marina. Our boat was the 45' Oceanis Orla. This is the two cabin version and it was perfect for our needs with only two couples on the boat however, the conversion of the second aft (port side) cabin to a storage area is not a good use of space and seems pointless. In addition, it would have been better to move the generator and battery controls to the storage area so that access wasn't via the stateroom (or move the stateroom to the port side). Overall, the boat was in perfect shape, super clean and sailed quite well in the light winds that we experienced all week. The return of the boat was equally efficient. After refueling at the fuel dock, we were on our way to the hotel in about an hour. I would highly recommend BVI Yacht Charters to anyone looking for personal service, and a diverse fleet of new, and relatively new clean boats. We will be returning again in the not too distant future. Now a few words about the BVI post hurricane. Tremendous progress has been made at most destinations. In particular, Cooper Island, Norman Island, Leverick Bay and Jost van Dyke are back to normal. North Sound, Marina Cay and Sopers Hole still have a long was to go. We did not visit Peter Island or Spanish Town. Unfortunately, we were not allowed to enter White Bay or visit Anegada due to missing navigational aids. .The people are as friendly and welcoming as always so if you are contemplating a vacation in the BVI, just go!