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Beautiful, peaceful and perfect are just a few adjectives previous guests used to describe the Bitter End Yacht Club. Located on the northern edge of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands , this resort caters to travelers looking for a vacation that's equal parts relaxing and fun. Guests have their choice of Reef Rooms, Horizon Rooms, Garden Rooms or the Owner's Compound, which can accommodate up to six guests. Reef Rooms are the closest to the beach and offer sea views; Horizon Rooms look like treehouses and are positioned along the upper boardwalk, providing more expansive views of the water and surrounding islands; and Garden Rooms are surrounded by verdant plants and trees. No matter which accommodation type you choose, you'll find all rooms come equipped with coffee makers, teak furniture, Wi-Fi access and wraparound verandas. Chances are you won't be spending a ton of time in your room, though. Bitter End Yacht Club provides a plethora of activities and water sports equipment. The resort has a daily activity schedule, which includes things like snorkeling tours, yoga classes, windsurfing lessons and excursions to top BVI sights like the Baths . When you get hungry, there are three on-site restaurants where you can sample everything from Caribbean cuisine and fresh seafood to casual bites like pizza and sandwiches. Note: The resort was impacted by the 2017 hurricanes and is expected to reopen again soon.

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Bitter End Yacht Club 2.0 – Back and Better Than Ever!

Bitter End 2.0

The Bitter End Yacht Club has made a triumphant return after being devastated by Hurricane Irma in 2017. With the reopening of this iconic sailing center in the British Virgin Islands, sailors visiting Virgin Gorda’s North Sound can once again experience the charm and excitement that the Bitter End is known for.

Under new ownership, Bitter End 2.0 offers all the beloved attractions of the original, including bars, restaurants, and a watercraft center, along with some exciting new additions.

From the new marina to the Village Plaza , where you can enjoy alfresco dining and various water sports activities, the Bitter End is back and better than ever.

Whether you’re sailing down North Sound or relaxing in the Marina Loft apartments, the Bitter End promises to deliver unforgettable memories and adventures for sailors from all over the world.

The Bitter End is Back

For almost half a century the Bitter End Yacht Club has been the best-known and best-loved sailing center in the BVI and now the Bitter End Yacht Club is again welcoming bareboat and crewed yacht charters visiting Virgin Gorda’s North Sound.

If you’re not familiar with the Bitter End, you have a treat in store. Bitter End 2.0, as owner Lauren Hokin describes it, has all the attractions of the original plus quite a few more.

Bitter End 2.0 Attractions

The reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club brought with it a host of new attractions and amenities. Bitter End 2.0, as it is affectionately known, aims to retain the charm and relaxed vibe of the original club while offering enhanced experiences for its guests.

Bars and Restaurants

One of the highlights of the Bitter End Yacht Club has always been its bars and restaurants, and Bitter End 2.0 is no exception. The club now features new and improved dining options , offering a variety of cuisines to cater to every palate.

Whether you’re in the mood for a casual snack or a high-end culinary experience, you’ll find a dining venue that suits your preferences.

Watercraft Center

For those who enjoy water sports and activities, the watercraft center at the Bitter End Yacht Club is a must-visit.

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With a fleet of kayaks, paddleboards, kiteboards, and dinghies, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from for your aquatic adventures . Whether you’re a seasoned water sports enthusiast or a beginner looking to try something new, the watercraft center has something for everyone.

New Guises and Same Relaxed Vibe

While the Bitter End Yacht Club has undergone significant renovations and improvements, it has managed to retain its relaxed and laid-back atmosphere. The familiar charm of the club can still be felt, but now in a refreshed and revitalized setting.

Bitter End 2.0 offers a unique blend of old and new, giving guests the best of both worlds.

New Facilities and Amenities

The reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club has brought forth a range of new facilities and amenities to enhance the guest experience. From a new marina and moorings to beachfront bungalows and a watersports center, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

New Marina and Moorings

Boaters and sailors will be pleased to know that the Bitter End Yacht Club now boasts a new marina and moorings. The marina offers docking and mooring options for boats of various sizes.

There are also 70 moorings available , with up to 15 of them reservable in advance. The remaining moorings are on a first-come, first-served basis, allowing sailors to have the flexibility they need while exploring the beautiful waters of the British Virgin Islands.

Quarterdeck Building

Upon arrival at the Bitter End Yacht Club, guests will check in at the new Quarterdeck building. This serves as the central hub for various activities and amenities offered by the club.

The Quarterdeck

From there, guests can easily access the different areas of the club and begin their adventure.

Village Plaza and Clubhouse Restaurant

The Village Plaza is a new addition to the Bitter End Yacht Club, offering a charming space for guests to enjoy alfresco dining.

The Clubhouse restaurant, located within the Village Plaza, serves delicious meals that cater to a variety of tastes. Whether you’re in the mood for a casual lunch or a romantic dinner, the Clubhouse restaurant has you covered.

Reeftique Boutique

If you’re in need of beach clothing, swimwear, or unique souvenirs, look no further than the Reeftique Boutique.

This charming boutique offers a curated selection of items that are perfect for your beach getaway. From trendy swimsuits to stylish accessories, you’re sure to find something that catches your eye.

The Market Provisioning Shop

The Market provisioning shop is a one-stop destination for all your grocery and provisioning needs. Stocked with a wide range of products, including fresh produce, fine wines, and spirits, the Market has everything you need to prepare for your sailing adventure.

Additionally, you’ll find the renowned fresh bread and pastries from Winston’s Bakery, a favorite among Bitter End regulars.

Winning-And-or-Dining Venues

Bitter End 2.0 boasts five wining-and-or-dining venues, each offering a unique culinary experience. From casual snacks to high-end cuisine, there is something for every palate.

Guests can choose from a variety of dining options, ensuring that their taste buds are satisfied throughout their stay at the Bitter End Yacht Club.

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Marina Loft Apartments

For those looking for a unique and luxurious accommodation experience, the Marina Loft apartments are the perfect choice. These over-water accommodations offer breathtaking views and direct access to the water.

Imagine stepping out of your apartment and onto a paddleboard or kayak, ready to explore the crystal-clear waters of the British Virgin Islands. The Marina Loft apartments are the first of their kind in the BVI, providing a truly unparalleled experience.

Beachfront Bungalows

If you prefer to be closer to the beach, the beachfront bungalows at the Bitter End Yacht Club are an excellent option.

These spacious and beautifully designed bungalows offer direct beach access and stunning views of the surrounding landscape. Whether you’re looking to soak up the sun or take a leisurely stroll along the shore, the beachfront bungalows provide the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

North Sound as a Sailing Destination

The North Sound has always been a sought-after destination for sailors, and with the reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club, it has become even more attractive. The North Sound serves as a perfect jumping-off point for charter sailors and offers excellent sailing opportunities, including a route to the beautiful island of Anegada.

The North Sound , with its calm waters and well-protected anchorages, is an ideal jumping-off point for charter sailors.

It provides a safe and reliable starting point for exploring the surrounding islands and offers easy access to popular sailing destinations in the British Virgin Islands. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a beginner, the North Sound is a great place to embark on your sailing adventure.

Sailing to Anegada

One of the highlights of sailing in the British Virgin Islands is the opportunity to visit the stunning island of Anegada. Known for its pristine white sand beaches and abundant marine life, Anegada is a paradise for nature lovers and beach enthusiasts.

With the reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club, sailors now have an even better reason to explore this beautiful island. The North Sound provides an excellent starting point for a sailing trip to Anegada, offering favorable sailing conditions and breathtaking views along the way.

The reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club has made the North Sound an even more attractive destination for sailors. With its range of facilities and amenities, the club provides a convenient base for sailors to rest, recharge, and enjoy the beauty of the surrounding area.

Whether you’re looking to dine at one of the club’s restaurants, rent watercraft from the watersports center, or simply relax on the beach, the Bitter End Yacht Club offers something for everyone.

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PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (“ Terms ”) CAREFULLY AS THEY CONTAIN IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS, REMEDIES AND OBLIGATIONS AS WELL AS A SECTION GOVERNING THE JURISDICTION AND VENUE OF DISPUTES. THESE TERMS ALSO CONTAIN A LEGALLY BINDING RELEASE, WAIVER OF LIABILITY, AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK. By creating a username, a login, clicking submit, using the services of Charter Experts, LLC d/b/a Virgin Island Sailing® (“ Broker ) or by accessing Broker’s website, you agree that you have read, and acknowledge your acceptance of these Terms. The Terms are subject to change at any time without notice at Broker’s sole discretion. Additionally, any transaction for which you have made payment shall be governed by the form of Terms in effect at the time of such payment notwithstanding any subsequent changes hereto.

If you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring a Charter (as that term is defined in Section 1 below) for more than just yourself, all references below to “Charterer” or “you” (and derivations thereof) shall be read to mean you on behalf of yourself and each individual within your group for whom you are obtaining a quote, information, booking travel for and/or securing or procuring Charter.

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  Broker retains the Broker Fee as compensation in arranging your Charter Reservation. The Broker Fee varies based on the amount and type of Charter and/or services provided by Broker.  By making a Charter Reservation, you accept and agree to the relevant cancellation and no-show policy of the Charter Provider set forth in the Charter Agreement. Cancellation and no-show policies vary for each Charter. Carefully read the Charter Agreement and additional information provided to you by Broker. It is expressly agreed by Charterer that the Broker Fee is earned at the time the Charter Reservation is made. Late payment, wrong credit card or debit card details, invalid credit or debit cards, or insufficient funds are for your own risk and account, and you will not be entitled to any refund of any prepaid amount unless the Charter Provider expressly agrees otherwise under the Charter Agreement or in some other signed writing.

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  • Cancellation and Rescheduling . You may cancel or change your Charter Reservation as set forth in the Charter Agreement by and among you, the Charter Provider and/or Broker. Please note that some Charter Providers do not permit changes to or cancellation of reservations after they are made, or after a certain date, as indicated in the Charter Agreement. You agree to abide by the terms of the Charter Agreement with respect to your Charter Reservation. Broker will not be responsible for reimbursing Charterer for any previously tendered deposits or payments by Charterer and disclaims all liability for the failure of a Charter Provider to refund or return any such funds.
  • Credit Card Transactions and Chargebacks . If for any reason, any Charter Provider is unable to provide the Charter, or any part thereof, for which you have contracted, your remedy lies against the Charter Provider, and not against Broker. However, Broker will use reasonable efforts to assist you and Charter Provider in reaching a resolution to a dispute between you and the Charter Provider. In the event that your payment has already been transferred from Broker to Charter Provider or to an escrow account, you agree that you will not seek a chargeback against Broker for such amounts transferred. You further agree to indemnify and hold Broker harmless from and against any liability, loss, damage or expense (including without limitation, reasonable attorneys’ fees) that Broker may incur in connection with chargebacks against Broker or under the Charter Agreement and your performance thereunder. If Broker incurs any costs, including but not limited to attorneys’ fees, to recover any payments charged back by your credit card company or other financial institution, you agree that you will be liable for these costs. If your payment is declined for any reason, you agree to settle any amounts owed to Broker via money order, cashier’s check, personal check or bank/ACH transfer immediately.
  • Broker Responsibility . Broker makes arrangements with the Charter Provider. Broker additionally makes additional arrangements with other suppliers for the various components and other services that comprise your Charter (“Charter Suppliers”). Broker is not an agent of these Charter Providers or the Charter Suppliers (and the Charter Providers and Charter Suppliers are not agents of Broker). Broker expressly disclaims any liability for the actions or omissions of the Charter Provider and the Charter Suppliers. The Charter Providers and the Charter Suppliers reserve the right to refuse service to you at their sole discretion. Broker assumes no liability for the acts of the Charter Provider or the Charter Suppliers in refusing service. Broker is not responsible for schedule changes and does not offer compensation for those changes. Broker is not responsible under any circumstances for any injury or damages you may suffer, in connection with sea, air or ground transportation, hotel accommodations, or other travel or excursion services arranged by Broker.

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Excepting only liability that directly arises from the gross negligence or willful misconduct of Broker, you will not hold Broker responsible for any injury, damage or loss you may suffer while on a Charter, whether incurred on the Charter or in connection with any other rental, purchase, excursion or activity, regardless of the relationship of any of the foregoing with the Charter Provider or the Charter Suppliers.

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You will review your Charter Agreement and travel documents for accuracy upon receipt. You understand that it is your responsibility to review the accuracy of all details in the Charter Reservation provided to you, and that you may contact Broker if you have any questions.

You assume full and complete responsibility for checking and verifying any and all passport, visa, vaccination, or other entry requirements of your destination(s), and all conditions regarding health, safety, security, political stability, and labor or civil unrest at such destination(s).

You understand that Broker recommends purchasing travel insurance to cover certain risks inherent in travel such as supplier bankruptcy and the inability to travel due to a medical or personal emergency.

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Broker has no special knowledge regarding the Charter Provider’s or Charter Supplier’s financial condition, unsafe conditions, health hazards, weather hazards, or climate extremes at locations to which you may travel during or otherwise in connection with your Charter.

  • Limitation on Liability . In no event shall Broker, Charter Provider, Charter Suppliers, and/or their respective affiliates, or any employees, agents, officers, directors, members or managers of any of the foregoing (“Broker and Charter Releasees”), be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, incidental, special or consequential damages arising out of, or in any way connected with, your access to, display of or use the Broker’s website, the Charter or services provided to you in connection with the Charter (including, but not limited to, your reliance upon opinions of the Broker), whether based on a theory of negligence, contract, tort, strict liability, consumer protection statutes, or otherwise, and even if Broker and/or any other of the Broker and Charter Releasees have been advised of the possibility of such damages.

If, despite the limitation above, Broker or the Broker and Charter Releasees are found liable for any loss or damage which arises out of or in any way connected with any of the occurrences described above, then Broker, Charter Provider, Charter Supplier and the Broker and Charter Releasees will in no event exceed, in the aggregate, the greater of (a) the Broker Fee, and (b) One-Hundred Dollars (US $100.00).

The foregoing limitation of liability reflects the allocation of risk between the parties. The limitations specified in this section will survive and apply even if any limited remedy specified in these Terms is found to have failed of its essential purpose. The limitations of liability provided in these Terms inure to the benefit of Broker and/or its providers.

The foregoing does not affect any liability which cannot be excluded or limited under applicable law.

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This Resort Has the First Overwater Bungalows in the British Virgin Islands

The overwater bungalow life, without a flight to the Maldives.

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Bitter End Yacht Club , a nautical-themed resort in the British Virgin Islands, reopened in 2021 after complete destruction by Hurricane Irma in 2017.

Following a four-year closure and ground-up rebuild, the newly reimagined Bitter End Yacht Club will welcome guests back to the 64-acre island outpost located on Virgin Gorda. What's more, the property is now outfitted with all-new Marina Lofts, which will be the only overwater bungalows in the British Virgin Islands.

Originally founded in 1969, the family-friendly resort is only accessible by boat which has made it a popular attraction for sailors and yacht enthusiasts for more than 50 years. The sprawling seaside resort is named after its secluded location at the intersection of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, otherwise known as the "end of the line."

"The village is an incarnation of Bitter End's roots as a yachting destination and sailor's hangout. Its beach, seawall, and plaza are dotted with seating areas designed for settling down with a cold drink and conversation, a favorite book, or simply taking in the beautiful expanse of North Sound," said owner Lauren Hokin.

Guests can check in at the main plaza, known as the Quarterdeck Marina, which is a two-story, open-air venue with an ocean-facing lounge upstairs and a wraparound terrace. The newly renovated waterfront plaza also includes the Clubhouse restaurant, water sports center, and Reeftique Boutique. Sailors will also find 70 mooring balls and 25 marina slips available for yacht charters and non-hotel guests looking to dock their boat and rest their sea legs at The Bitter End Village.

Two of the Marina Lofts are complete and available for guest bookings with up to 10 more bungalows scheduled for build in the near future. Inspired by vintage sail lofts, the timber bungalows feature a daybed on the first-floor lounge and second-floor master suite with a king-sized bed and bath amenities. The indoor-outdoor space offers a private terrace on both floors with panoramic views of North Sound as well as a hammock for lazy days in the sun.

Bitter End Yacht Club offers five dining options to choose from, including a casual pizza-and-wine concept at the Clubhouse Restaurant and a sunken vessel salvaged from Hurricane Irma that's become a one-of-a-kind beach bar. There is a small garden on property, Bitter End Farms, that will supply fruits, vegetables, and herbs for the restaurants in addition to partnering with local fisherman and farmers to highlight Caribbean flavors.

For grab-and-go prepared food, fresh-caught seafood, and snacks, the Bitter End Market will have local provisions in stock for long voyages at sea, including the chef's world-famous key lime pie. Water sports enthusiasts will also appreciate the new fleet of water toys which include stand-up paddleboards, kiteboards, and sailboats paired with group and private instruction for anyone looking to improve their skills on the water.

With its gentle trade winds, cobalt blue waters, and near-perfect weather year-round, the British Virgin Islands have had a long-standing reputation for being a sailor's paradise. The return of Bitter End Yacht Club and its "built by sailors for sailors" legacy is an exciting development for yachters looking to spend a day ashore and travelers keen on the overwater bungalow life without the long-haul flight.

Check out the renderings of the new resort or make a reservation here .

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Bitter End Yacht Club is a family-owned island outpost known for its rich 50-year history and remote location, attracting travelers and yachting enthusiasts from around the globe for over 50 years. Located on the protected waters of North Sound on the perennially top ranked Caribbean Island of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, the quintessential destination is a sailing and watersports mecca, thanks to its near perfect year-round sailing conditions, eternal sunshine, and crystal-blue waters. Known for its casually elegant communal atmosphere and robust activity programs, Bitter End is a favorite destination for couples, families, and groups, many of whom return year-after-year. Laid low in 2017’s Hurricane Irma, the iconic resort rebounded with a historic reopening in December 2021.

Watersports | Play at Sea Immerse yourself in the Caribbean's premier watersports destination. Sail, kiteboard, windsurf, or try stand-up paddleboarding and kayaking. Visit the Bitter End Watersports Center to choose your favorite vessel and set out to explore the crystal-clear waters. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced sailor, their skilled crew will enhance your skills and provide an exceptional experience. Group activities and private lessons are available.

Marina Lofts | Cantilevered over the Caribbean Sea Experience Bitter End’s Marina Lofts, cantilevered over the water's edge. These sustainable bungalows offer simple yet elegant interiors, allowing you to immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the sea. Relax on your private dock, admire the North Sound, and enjoy convenient access to the beach bar, restaurants, shopping, and watersports activities.

The Clubhouse | West Indies Heritage meets World-Class Hospitality Established in 1969, Bitter End’s Clubhouse has been a sought-after destination for seafarers for over 50 years. The open-air dining room is a stunning blend of tropical and nautical elements surrounded by seaside seating. Join visitors from around the globe and enjoy breathtaking views of the North Sound as you experience our sea-to-table menu, which features fresh-catch seafood and locally sourced produce from Virgin Islands farms. The Clubhouse serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. Reservations are highly recommended.

The Buoy Room | A Salty Sailor’s Haven Head straight from the docks to The Buoy Room at Bitter End Yacht Club to relive the day’s adventures. A quintessential après sail watering hole, The Buoy Room serves casual fare inspired by Caribbean flavors and designed to share with your whole crew. Choose from stone fired pizzas, fresh-caught fish tacos, farm-to-fork salads designed to pair with artisan cocktails and a selection of rums from across the globe. Reservations suggested.

Reef Sampler: The Caribbean’s Coolest Beach Bar Step aboard the iconic Reef Sampler, a boat-turned-bar with a captivating story. This beach hangout, constructed from a salvaged hull, offers a unique setting to enjoy curated Caribbean cocktails and light bites. Take a seat inside the hull and soak up the lively atmosphere of Marina Beach and the comings and goings of North Sound. Come as you are.

Reeftique | Seaworthy Goods + Curated Collections Discover the charm of Reeftique, a seaside shop with a curated collection of fashion, accessories, and gifts. Embrace the spirit of Bitter End Yacht Club with our line of lifestyle basics, Bitter End Provisions, featuring our iconic cleat. Whether you seek unique global finds or Bitter End's exclusive merchandise, Reeftique has something for everyone.

The Market at Bitter End | Local Goods + Global Spirit Provision your galley with ease at The Market. Stocked with fresh produce, baked goods, fine wines, and spirits, it caters to the needs of yachts heading in any direction. Find everything you need for a day trip or an extended voyage, including water, ice, paper goods, and kitchen essentials. Explore our selection of wines, spirits, and cocktail mixers—the perfect complement to your Caribbean experience.

The Quarterdeck Marina| Built by Boaters, For Boaters Bitter End’s state-of-the-art marina provides boaters with an exceptional homeport in the Caribbean. Relax or celebrate in our open-air marina building and mariners lounge, where you can witness the vibrant activity of the North Sound. Bitter End YC’s marina crew is second to none in the Caribbean. Our knowledgeable staff will ensure you have the best boating experience, both onshore and off.

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Rebuilding Paradise: The Bitter End Yacht Club’s Inspiring Comeback

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Nestled at the northeastern tip of Virgin Gorda in the British Virgin Islands, the Bitter End Yacht Club has long been a premier maritime destination for sailors. For years, this iconic resort has drawn seafarers from around the globe, offering a serene escape amidst the sparkling waters of the Caribbean.

While the term “bitter end” often refers to the final part of a rope or chain, the phrase can also signify reaching the farthest point or the end destination of a long or difficult journey. The founders of the Bitter End Yacht Club chose this name to reflect both its geographical location and the spirit of adventure and perseverance inherent to sailors. For those who navigate to this end-of-the-line point, the BEYC stands as a haven where their journey culminates in beauty and tranquility. And, for many, it has long stood as a cherished traditional stop when exploring the waters of the BVI.

A Legendary Past, a Devastating Blow

In more recent years, the Bitter End’s name has embodied not only a physical destination but also a symbolic one. The iconic BEYC experienced a devastating blow in September 2017 when Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in history, wreaked havoc on the Caribbean, leaving the Bitter End Yacht Club in ruins. The devastation was profound, with buildings flattened, boats destroyed, and the once-thriving resort reduced to rubble.

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While many Bitter End enthusiasts were devastated to hear of the destruction Hurricane Irma left in her wake, the iconic Bitter End Yacht Club kept its loyal fans updated via its website , detailing both the damage and community efforts to rebuild this beloved BVI institution.

Rising from the Ashes

Having now been rebuilt and risen from the devastation of Hurricane Irma, the Bitter End’s name resonates even more with the idea of enduring and overcoming challenges – much like the sailors who venture to the farthest reaches to get there.

After the storm, the Bitter End Yacht Club faced a long and arduous journey to recovery. But the spirit of resilience and determination among its community never wavered. Fast forward to today, and the Bitter End Yacht Club has not only been rebuilt but has been reimagined, standing as a testament to the power of recovery and the adventurous spirit that made it famous.

A New Era for the Bitter End Yacht Club

The reopening of the Bitter End Yacht Club marks a new chapter in its storied history. The rebuilt resort seamlessly blends the charm and character of its past with modern amenities and environmentally friendly practices. Here’s a glimpse of what visitors can now expect:

State-of-the-Art Marina

The heart of the Bitter End experience, the marina, has been meticulously restored and upgraded, offering deep-water slips that can accommodate yachts up to 200 feet, along with enhanced dockside services. Sailors can enjoy top-notch amenities including electrical hook-ups, fuel, ice, showers, rubbish disposal, and laundry facilities. Additionally, guests have access to the resort’s swimming pool. The BEYC also boasts one of the best deep-water anchorages in the Caribbean, providing many of the same amenities as the docking facilities.

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Culinary Delights

Dining at the Bitter End is an experience in itself. The resort’s restaurants feature locally sourced ingredients, celebrating Caribbean flavors with a gourmet twist. Whether it’s a casual beachside meal or an elegant dinner under the stars, the culinary offerings are sure to delight every palate.

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Adventure and Exploration

For those with a thirst for adventure, the resort offers a wide range of water sports, including sailing, kiteboarding, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Guests can explore the vibrant coral reefs, embark on a deep-sea fishing expedition, or simply enjoy a leisurely paddle around the bay.

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Environmental Stewardship

The Bitter End Yacht Club has embraced sustainability as a core principle in its rebuilding efforts. The resort utilizes renewable energy sources, practices water conservation, and is committed to preserving the natural beauty of the BVI. Initiatives such as coral reef restoration and marine conservation programs are integral to its operations, ensuring that the Bitter End remains a pristine paradise for future generations.

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A Bright Future

From its storied past to its recent resurgence, the Bitter End Yacht Club is more than just a return to business; it’s a celebration of resilience, community, and the indomitable spirit of the BVI. As it welcomes back old friends and new, the Bitter End promises to once again be the ultimate retreat for those who seek the thrill of the open sea and the tranquility of an island paradise in one of the most breathtaking locations on earth. 

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BRINGING BACK THE BITTER END

AN INSIDE SAILING EDITION WEBINAR • HOSTED BY PETER ISLER

Join Richard and Lauren Hokin as they reminisce about the Bitter End Yacht Club’s past and discuss its exciting reopening as “Bitter End 2.0” after Hurricane Irma.

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THE VIRGIN ISLANDS A CRUISING GUIDE

The Cruising Guide to the Virgin Islands is filled with detailed charts of the various anchorages, supported with colorful aerial photography in addition to piloting, anchoring and shoreside information. The Island Connections sections provide valuable telephone, email and website information to make finding island businesses, services and restaurants effortless. Additionally, the guide includes a free, fold-out color 27” x 17” planning chart covering the British and U.S. Virgin Islands. 

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THE VIRGIN ISLANDS WATERPROOF CHART

Printed on two sides this new chart includes the U.S. & B.V.I. from St. Thomas to Anegada, including anchorage and mooring locations as well as GPS coordinates, sailing routes and distances between waypoints. Excellent for the cockpit and attractive enough to hang on the wall when you get home.

This planning chart is a duplicate of the one you receive in the guide with the exception of being waterproof.

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Bitter End Yacht Club is ready for a sweet new beginning.

After being completely obliterated by Hurricane Irma back in 2017, the waterfront resort in the British Virgin Islands is set to reopen this winter with a very exciting new feature: the first and only overwater bungalows in the territory.

Located on Virgin Gorda, Bitter End is the final island outpost before the Caribbean Sea meets the open Atlantic Ocean. This secluded spot is known as the “end of the line”, hence the moniker. Set across 64 acres, the privately-owned retreat was opened by the Hokin family in 1973 and quickly became a popular destination for seafarers. After Irma hit, the property closed for four years, during which time the Hokins treated it to a full makeover.

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To that end, Bitter End 2.0, as the Hokin family likes to call it, has been outfitted with breathtaking new Marina Lofts. Cantilevered over the ocean, the handmade timber bungalows were actually inspired by the vintage sail lofts where sails used to be made.

Set across two levels, the handmade timber bungalows are ripe for relaxation. The first floor sports a spacious lounge and bathroom, while the second floor is home to a master suite with a king-sized bed. There is also a private terrace on both floors that offers picture-perfect views, plus a hammock right by the water’s edge. There are currently only two bungalows complete and available for bookings in December, but 10 more bungalows are scheduled to be ready in the near future.

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In addition to the luxe accommodation, there’s a new waterfront plaza overlooking the North Sound. It will offer several distinct dining options, including a new twist on the clubhouse and a waterfront bar, as well as a watersports center with a new fleet of water toys and a boutique for holiday shopping.

“We have taken everything that we’ve learned over five decades and incorporated it into the redesign to purposefully pay homage to our history,” Richard Hokin, patriarch of the family, said in a statement. “At the same time, we are elevating Bitter End’s amenities and hospitality offerings to create a world-class experience that will delight travelers for generations to come.”

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The Quarterdeck Marina.  Bitter End Yacht Club

To cater to the territory’s robust charter and private yachting industries, the resort will also feature more than 70 mooring balls and 25 marina slips. This means sailors can purchase a mooring or dock space and sleep onboard their vessels. There will also be a new two-story marina that comes complete with an open-air lounge and wraparound terrace.

“While a lot has changed, we still are unmistakably Bitter End.”

The resort is set to reopen later this month and you can make make a reservation  here .

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Getting Here

It’s all a part of the adventure! The best routes to Bitter End are flying into San Juan, St. Thomas, Antigua, Virgin Gorda, or Tortola. You can fly into Tortola’s Beef Island airport (booking code = EIS) and then take a private ferry for a 30-minute scenic trip direct to Bitter End’s dock—where a cool towel, cold beverage, and a warm Caribbean smile await. Please be sure that we have your flight information at least two weeks before your arrival so that we can arrange for your boat transfer.

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Wireless internet access is available across the Village and in the Marina Lofts.

Laundry service is available upon request, simply give our Guest Services desk a ring at 284.393.2745. 

Our marina and concierge team is onsite and happy to help arrange excursions, transporation and experiences to ensure your stay with us is memorable, safe and fun

Let us handle the leg work for you! Contact the Bitter End Crew here . 

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    Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm. Saturday, 8:30am to 12:30pm. Closed Sundays and on BVI public holidays. After-hours clearing may be arranged in advance; additional fees will apply. Call Customs at (284) 494-3475 and Immigration at (284) 494-3701 (ext. 2538) to make after-hours arrangements.

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