This pass has a bad reputation among BVI charter yachts of being dangerous and frequently avoided by charter yachts. A buoyed channel has been established between Saba Rock and the Bitter End. The channel is dredged to 2.4 m. This route leads to the far east of a large basin protected by a sizable bank of coral running until Oil Nut Bay. Here, anchorage is not permitted but buoys are available. If you want anchorages for your charter yacht, you can find it north of the Eustatia Sound when coming from Saba Rock. Here, depth is about 5-6m.
What to do in the Pass to Eustatia?
The reefs provide some beautiful snorkelling. Some of the Corals were damaged in the hurricanes, but the underwater aquatic life is impressive and abundant. It also offers good opportunities for parasailing.
Restaurant and Amenities
Oil Nut Bay Resort
The Oil Nut Bay resort welcomes guests to its beach club for lunch and dinner services. The dining experience in the impeccable setting makes this restaurant a must visit. The restaurant offers Caribbean cuisine for lunch evening and poolside services.