is not that easy...
1) You will probaly need an International Certificate of Competence. International Proficiency Certification - American Sailing Association
2) The strength of the Euro makes boats more expensive to buy and keep than in the Caribbean
3) While VATdepreciates out, for a European boat somewhere in it's life 20% tax was added to the base cost.
a boat is not a simple task and buying
one remotely would be very difficult and the rules would be different for each country. We looked at a boat in Europe
and it was listed by 5 different brokers and 4 out of 5 did not quite tell the truth about the boat's condition. Gettings things fixed when you do not speak the local language is a nightmare.
While you are in the BVI check out the boats for sale
in the Moorings Brokerage and sail the Caribbean until you have learned to sail competently.