Four British Virgin Islands Beach Bars for the Seafarer in Your Life

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Are you lucky enough to be spending your days sailing around the British Virgin Islands on a boat in search of the perfect beach bar? That’s why everyone is sailing around the BVI, right? If so, Virgin Islands Property and Yacht compiled a list of four great beach bars you can have that cheeseburger in paradise at with more information (including anchorage and mooring info) on each beach bar than you’ll ever need and 10 pages (yes, TEN pages) of images to whet your appetite. Included on the list are Foxy’s Beach Bar on Jost Van Dyke, which they describe as “one of the most renowned, authentic beach bar and restaurants in the world” and Myett’s, located on Cane Garden Bay on Tortola, where they go on to describe the multitude of services available to seafarers including a spa, hotel rooms and cottages with complimentary rum, island excursions, always valuable bags of ice and of course the beach bar.

Pulling up to Foxy's Beach Bar on Jost Van Dyke. Credit flickr user "anoldent"

Also worthy of inclusion in the article are Pirates Bight on Norman Island, which the architect of the recent renovation lauds as “a modern beach-lounge experience with all the comforts and amenities of a first class resort, but with that hint of mystery.” Last but not least is Saba Rock, on its own island in North Sound, Virgin Gorda, which the current proprietor, Jonathan McManus lovingly refers to as “the living room of North Sound, where people can unwind after a long sail, meet and gather and enjoy the view.”

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Author: Tom W.

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