Bitter End Yacht Club

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Virgin Gorda, Caribbean

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 121% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families90
  • Couples86
  • Solo87
  • Business83
  • Complete relaxation

    by

    The Admiral's package includes all meals, most of the watersports. The food is ample and delicious and varied. The rooms are a delight. (North Beach)

    Unique Quality: You have a great view of the Atlantic. Crystal clear snorkeling.

    Directions: Getting there is an ordeal, no matter what you do. I prefer to fly to st Thomas, then fly to Virgin Gorda. Even then, there's a 15 minut cab followed by a 5 minute boat.

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    The total resort, it's all here!

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    To call this a '"full service resort" as I've described other resorts on Virgin Gorda is to sell Bitter End short. This place has it all, which is a darned good thing since you have to get here by boat. See more details below.
    ALL of their accommodations have gorgeous views & gardens, even in the showers. Beachfront villas, secluded and more luxurious bungalows, and Freedom 30 yachts for charter to explore the rest of the BVI's.
    You will pay beaucoup, but you will also get value; no one I've talked with did any less than rave about staying at BEYC. My mom & dad sailed into BEYC and stayed 2 nights at a slip about 20 years ago, and Mom still recalls those nights as a fabulous treat. The cheapset beachfront villas start at $590 - $715 per night during the low season (gulp!). Ohl and let's not forget to add on the 18% tax and service charge, LOL.

    Unique Quality: In addition to the sailing school on premises, they have a club fleet of over 100 boats, skiffs and day sailers, on-site dive shop, lovely beaches with great snorkeling, innumerable scheduled events, a full marina & dock with boating slips, a bakery & of course everything from the ubiquitous beach bar to fine dining at the BEYC Clubhouse. Oh yeah, they've got the spa, the pools, the hiking trails, the excursions, the exercise facilities, you name it!

    Directions: Can only be reached by boat, North Sound Ferry or private shuttle for guests

  • nice resort for land-lubbers

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    A fancy resort for land-lubbers.

    I only came here to eat, drink, listen to music, shower, & restock provisions (like many other sailors).

    It attracts a rather khaki & polo-shirt type crowd.

More about Bitter End Yacht Club

tiny island, tiny resort

by arasnosliw about Saba Rock Island Resort

A 9-bedroom resort on the tiny Saba Rock Island located in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.

It hosts a variety of watersport activities.

To experience more activities, take the ferry to the mainland of Virgin Gorda at Bitter End Yacht Club.

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by IceBear7 about Bitter End Yacht Club

If you're really into watersports and if you like eating a lot of good food, then this place is perfect for you. There are only few hotels with all-inclusive meals in the BVI, and BEYC is one of them.

The rooms are in bungalows nestled into the hills, with perfect balconies and hammocks. A number of beaches, kayaks, surfing, hobiecats, sailing classes, excursions and a breathtaking setting make this a really really fantastic place. You can only get here by boat!

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Honeymoon Destination

by dcguy


Hey there,

My fiance and I are getting married in June '06, and we are trying to figure out a good spot for a honeymoon. Things we're looking for in a destination:

*natural beauty, would be nice to lounge on serene beaches
*great hotels/resorts (this is where we plan to blow most of our dough)
*good night activities (local performances or clubs, etc)
*safety (Bali would be our perfect place, but we were discouraged after the recent attacks)

We'd appreciate any suggestions! Thanks.

RE: Honeymoon Destination

by vanderlust

I can't believe that I am the first to reply. My recommendation would be St. John USVI. You will find that the island is 2/3 US national park and has the natural beauty you asked for as well as serene beaches. Most times you can find at least a stretch of beach to call your own. It has great hotels and resorts. The Westin being one of the more popular. Safety is not an issue there. The only thing that you would have to comprimise on would be the nightlife. St. John rolls up the sidewalks about 10pm most nights. You might find a semi-wild group or two hanging around in Cruz Bay till midnight or so now and then. St. Thomas is capable of providing nightlife and is only a 20 minute ferry ride away from Cruz Bay. There are safety issues on St. Thomas after dark though.

RE: RE: Honeymoon Destination

by catalysta

I agree with all of the above about St. John, but you might also consider a stay at the Bitter End Yacht Club on Virgin Gorda in the British Virgins. VG is another spectacular island known for its natural beauty and friendly people, and as a woman traveling alone I found it amazingly safe. BEYC will have more nightlife than most of the other resorts on VG, and it has gorgeous beaches, great reefs for snorkeling, all sorts of amenitites included like little HobeyCats for you to sail. You have to go by boat to see the rest of the island, but there are all sorts of day excursions offered 9don't miss the Baths!), or you can just catch the local North Sound Express Ferry, which runs between Trellis Bay on Beef Island, Spanish Town (the Valley) on VG, and Leverick Bay on VG (another very cool spot).

Just finishing up a page on VG, was there 2 weeks ago: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/683d0/1a0ede/

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 Bitter End Yacht Club

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Address: Virgin Gorda, Caribbean