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New app to secure a mooring in the BVI

by boatyball.com 21 Feb 17:20 UTC
New app to secure a mooring in the BVI © boatyball.com

We love the BVI and everything it has to offer. The only stress and anxiety that we have experienced in the BVI was around mooring balls, so we set out to create a solution to make the perfect vacation even better.

Fortunately, there are hundreds of moorings in settings that can only be described as paradise.

BoatyBall.com was created to provide boaters with a more secure way to pay, stay, and play. Every BoatyBall mooring has been professionally installed and is in an active maintenance program so you can relax and enjoy your stay. BoatyBall.com has mooring balls in prime locations throughout the British Virgin Islands. BoatyBall.com has moorings that can be reserved through the app and other moorings that are in a first come first serve program.

BoatyBall.com makes it easy for boaters to pay. After setting up your account you can easily reserve and pay for a mooring ball in a matter of seconds. The ability to reserve a mooring ball allows boaters to spend more quality time on the water enjoying everything the BVI has to offer.

Read more here

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