The Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands is set to reopen its docks and nautical village this winter! "The Bitter End" is a family-owned island yacht club known for its nautical charm. It is only accessible by sea; a distinction that has attracted yachting enthusiasts from around the globe for over 50 years.
Sadly, in 2017, Hurricane Irma destroyed the property, and they had no choice but to rebuild from scratch. Returning guests will see a new nautical village, built to the highest standards of modern construction, recall past landmarks, including the Clubhouse Restaurant, the Quarterdeck Marina, the Watersports Center, and the Reeftique Boutique.
Upon reopening, Bitter End will return to its roots by catering primarily to the robust Virgin Island’s charter and private yacht industries, with over 70 mooring balls and 25 dock slips to greet visiting sailors. Plus, the all-new Quarterdeck Marina, a two-story, open-air venue featuring an upstairs lounge and wraparound terrace, and waterfront views.
The Bitter End Village will offer several distinct dining experiences, including a new twist on the iconic Clubhouse, and a reinterpretation of the B.V.I.’s original waterfront bar. The village will be rounded out with a few new offerings, including an open-kitchen pizza and wine concept, and a sunken vessel turned into a beach bar. The culinary offerings at each of these eateries will be supported by Bitter End Farms, an on-property producer of fruits, vegetables, herbs and other produce. A “farm-and-sea-to-table” culinary philosophy will celebrate local fisherman, farmers and flavors of the Caribbean.
Contact us today to book your BVI Charter Yacht Vacation this winter!