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 2020 dates are confirmed for November 12-15 with a 1/2 day on the final day.

First Time Vessel Exhibitor

If you did not exhibit at the USVI Charter Yacht Show 2018 there are two payments to be made: VIPCA Vessel Membership (prices vary according to vessel size) and also Yacht Show Registration ($400 before July 1 and $500 after). Click this link.

→ Returning Vessel Exhibitor

 

If you are an existing VIPCA vessel member with a rolling subscription you may proceed directly to the Yacht Show Registration payment link below.

To pay by check please mail/deliver to 6100 Red Hook QTRS STE E-21, St. Thomas, VI 00802-1344 and make out to "VIPCA".

 

Early Bird Yacht Show Registration is $400 until July 1, and after July 1 $500.

Yacht Show Registration

USVI Charter Yacht Show Registration Nov 11-14, 2019
Vessel Name:

Please note yacht show registration fees are non-refundable. If a cancellation is requested VIPCA offers two options, one is to “roll-over credit” the yacht show registration fee to the following year, and the other is to donate it to Marine Rebuild Fund for the Marine Apprenticeship captains training scholarships for VI youth.

Charter Yacht Show Schedule of Events:

Charter Yacht Show Schedule of Events:

  • 11-14 Nov: Yacht Viewings 9am-5pm with lunch break 12pm-1pm. Half day viewings 9am-12pm 14 Nov only
  • 10 Nov 5.30pm:  Captains and Crews Soiree
  • 11 Nov 5.30pm: “Marine Vendors Expo” with state of the industry address
  • 12 Nov 9-4pm: “Concours de Chef” competition
  • 12 Nov 6pm: Evening broker yacht viewings - themed yacht-hop event
  • 13 Nov 7.45am: CYBA - Broker – Crew roundtable & breakfast open to all brokers & crew
  • 13 Nov 5.30pm: Awards ceremony dinner and sunset cruise
  • 14 Nov 1.30-3.30pm: A Culinary Concourse with demo by Chef Benji at Blue 11

Did you know that a VIPCA membership gives access / contributes to all of VIPCA's projects and programs?

  • Promoting USVI marine charter tourism
  • Advocacy, working with the Government Departments of Tourism, Education, Planning and Natural Resources and Economic Development Authority
  • Marine Vocational Training to help track VI youth into the marine industry will provide marine apprenticeships
  • Gaining ease of access for charter vessels between the USVI and the Spanish Virgins (no more bonds!)
  • Transient moorings in more USVI bays and opening bays and beaches for charter vessel access
  • Compliance Guidance for mariners and vessels and access to the VIPCA Marine Directory
  • Improving Customs and Border Protection facilities