The only obstacle for charter yachts going into the marina is Oyster Rock, which is on the south side, less than half a mile from the Biras Creek Resort. The rock is marked with a red buoy, so keep the buoy to starboard when entering. Continue eastwards towards the marina slips and drop the hook in 10-15 feet or tie up to one of the 18 mooring balls at the marina. Anchoring and Mooring charges depend on the size of the charter yacht.
Biras Creek is an exclusive all-weather haven for BVI yacht charter tourists. The anchorage is separated from the sea by a thin but quiet high-ridged isthmus. The Biras Creek Resort is on the crest of the small ridge looking down one side to the Atlantic swells and the other to the mirror calm of the mangrove-fringed inlet. The Biras Creek Marina offers 20 berths in 3m depth. A nearby pontoon has a fuel dock but it has lately been used by service boats. The marina is geared to local boats and long-term mooring.
What to do in Biras Creek Marina?
The Biras Creek Marina enables you to anchor or moor your charter yacht at the marina and go on an adventure of your choosing. You can snorkel or go for scuba diving in the North Sound. Gears are available in the Marina Village. You can go on excursions in the North Sound and deep bay. The Marina is a popular spot among yacht charter tourists for enjoying the full moon. The open water in front of the marina reflects the moon and creates a Utopian environment. It is also a popular spot for watching the sunset.
Restaurant and Amenities
Biras Creek Hilltop Restaurant
The hilltop restaurant is located at the highest point on the resort. It provides a spectacular view of the North Sound and the Caribbean Sea. The restaurant offers a unique Caribbean cuisine. The restaurant provides vegetarian and gluten-free options for guests with specific dietary needs. The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily. After 6:30 pm, the men are asked to wear collared-shirt and ladies are asked to wear suitable resort attire while dining in the restaurant.
Biras Creek Beach Bar and Grill
You can enjoy a casual beachside dining and drink at the Beach Bar and Grill. They serve a variety of drinks and cocktails according to your preference. On selected days, the restaurant serves lunch with an assortment of grilled meat and fresh salads and fruits.
Places of Interest
Horses of Biras Creek
The Paso Fino horses were rescued from Puerto Rico in 2009. Some of these horses were used for racing, some were from the circus and some were pets. The Biras Creek resort offers horsemanship classes for guests.
The Biras Creek Marina is a safe haven for your charter yacht. Visit the Marina and enjoy the surrounding amenities.