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White Bay

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White Bay

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Private Power Catamaran USVI & BVI including Beach and Snorkel

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Explore the Virgin Islands in style aboard MV Poseidon- our brand new 36 ft. TwinVee Ocean Cat. The TwinVee is known for its speed and stability while still maintaining comfort allowing guests to stay dry. It truly is the most comfortable powerboat on the island. MV Poseidon has everything you need for a PRIVATE charter. Swim with the turtles, see amazing fish and colorful coral using our brand new snorkel equipment. Or, simply step off of MV Poseidon onto the beach for a libation at Soggy Dollar, Foxy's, Margaritaville, Lime Out or any of the many beach bars in the islands. Your PRIVATE charter includes all U.S. national park fees, U.S. mooring permits, water, ice, soda and beer. <br><br>MV Poseidon features a FUSION stereo to listen to your favorite tunes. Its low draft and transom ladder allows us to drop you within a few feet of the beach. This is the price for the entire boat. You can design your own custom itinerary.
$560.00 $700 per adult
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Elenore G wrote a review Jul 2020
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White Bay is an amazing beach. Very enjoyable, clear crystal water. The Ocean spa was also very enjoyable.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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enjoyingeverymoment wrote a review Jul 2020
Stratham, New Hampshire15 contributions9 helpful votes
We have stayed on Jost and visited there for over 15 years, including February after hurricanes Irma and Maria. White Bay is beautiful, Soggy Dollar is a lot of fun, Ivan’s, Coco Loco, Gertrudes and One Love are just a few other bars to enjoy fabulous food and drinks. The only downside is how crowded it gets especially on a Sunday. Boats pulling in to close, music blaring with dangerous anchors everywhere has taken away from the special island vibe it has always had. Times change and people discover new places. However, it would be nice to see it scale back a bit. Try to “spread the love” and hit up other places in Great Harbor as well.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Andrew L wrote a review Jun 2020
Barbados667 contributions92 helpful votes
Went on a day ferry from Tortola, we had a great time at Soggy Dollar bar, home of the Painkiller the beach is stunning water is clear and cooling, just a perfect place to spend a relaxing day
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Date of experience: July 2019
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TDHSNJ wrote a review Mar 2020
New Jersey665 contributions211 helpful votes
This was our first time going to JVD as we were on a cruise excursion. We enjoyed our almost 4 hours of time drinking painkillers, shopping for souvenirs and eating some amazing Mahi Mahi sanwiches at The Soggy Dollar Bar. What made this so great is the absolutely amazing beach area that can be matched up against the best beaches in the Caribbean. Photos are great, but until you can experience this beach in person, they don't do it justice.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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John B. wrote a review Mar 2020
19 contributions3 helpful votes
In my opinion, one of the best anchorages in all of the BVI. There are two approaches into White Bay, one on either side. They should both be marked with red and green buoys, so use them. The center of the bay shallows up and could present an issue depending on how much water you draw. Once on a ball, you can dingy or swim to shore to have yourself a delicious rum drink. The Soggy Dollar Bar is the HOME of the Pain Killer, not Pusser's as some might have you believe. The bars and restaurants are rebuilt following Hurricane Irma, and no doubt, welcome your visit. We concentrated out time at the Soggy Dollar, and there was plenty of seating, shade, lounge chairs, and refreshments. If tee shirts and souvenirs are your thing, they have them. Not inexpensive, but of good quality. The food was good, service timely, and everyone was friendly. A stop not to be missed.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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