The most popular spot for British Virgin Island yacht charters arguably is the anchorage off the Bitter End Yacht Club. The whole area off the restaurant is full of mooring, but the approach is fairly clear. Inorder to find anchorage, you have to take your charter yacht to the west of Saba Rock. There is a beaconed channel you must keep clear that marks the approach to the marina pontoons and dock for the ferry from Tortola.
The Bitter End Yacht Club is a premiere luxury water sports resort situated on Virgin Gorda. Built in the habitual neo-colonial style, it is an ideal destination for families, couples and anyone looking to charter a yacht and have a relaxing Caribbean vacation. Bitter End Yacht Club extends a mile on the front shore of Virgin Gorda. The terrace is pleasantly set at beach level with luxurious décor inside. The resort has a rich history and tradition, which attracts tourists from all over the world. It has its own solar energy generation unit, its own water distillery and recycles used water for irrigation and other purposes. The resort is primarily famous for its water sports options. You can windsurf or take a sailboat and roam around. The resort is well equipped with sports supplies such as skiffs and snorkelling equipment.
The Bitter End has sustained considerable damage in hurricanes Irma and Maria. It is currently closed for maintenance.
What to do in The Bitter End?
If you are an active person you will have plenty to do in The Bitter End Yacht Club.
If you are looking for water sports, The Bitter End in the best place for you. Sailing is what Bitter End is best known for and is most enjoyed by BVI charter tourist. The Resort offers selling courses for guests. Other water sports include fishing, scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, and kite boarding.
If you are a family person and want to enjoy with your kids, Bitter End has a lot of family-friendly amenities just for you. The resort has a game room for kids. It has a program especially for kids to keep them busy and happy. The resort provides babysitters for kids so that you can have a little alone time.
The Spa at Bitter End is very popular. It offers facials, massages, sauna and spa facility.
Restaurant and Amenities
Chef Winston’s Bakery
Winston’s Bakery, located inside the Emporium, is loved by tourists for its desserts and fresh bread. Chef Winston is a local legend who travelled the world and learned his craft. The bakery takes special orders on advance request for any celebration you want to have on the island.
The Clubhouse was built for yachtsmen to stop by and have a meal and a drink. The clubhouse opened in 1969 as the first bar in the North Sound. It has an open-air dining that attracts visitors from all over. The menu includes the Caribbean cuisine that includes freshly caught seafood and local produce.
The Windward Mark bas is a favourite among charter yacht guests and sailors. The bar has a breathtaking view of the Clubhouse beach which makes it a popular spot for watching the sunset while having a drink. It is very close to the entertainment stage where you can sing, dance, and enjoy in true Caribbean style.
Places of Interest
The Crawl Pub
If you want to spend a laid-back afternoon sipping drinks and eating brick-oven made pizzas, The Crawl Pub is there for you. Here, you can play pool and darts while watching sports events on the flat screen TVs. The Pub also serves grilled fish sandwiches, salads, hot dogs, hamburgers and hot wings.
It is the oldest diving company in the British Virgin Islands. The dive boat leaves from the Bitter End dock twice a day. It typically offers dives around North Sound. They have 24 regular dive sites. You can enjoy the beautiful coral reef and shipwreck sites. Sunchaser Scuba offers diving courses for both kids and adults.
The Bitter End has every modern amenity you can ask for with a backdrop of the amazing Caribbean. Charter a yacht and come have a vacation to remember for ages at the Bitter End.