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Hurricane Irma destroyed this place. Only thing there is debris. The moorings probably aren’t safe to use. The reopening is probably going to happen in a year or two, but the only thing really happening in North Sound you will find over on Leverick Bay....I was informed that not all of the trash and debris has been removed around the bitter end, and there still remains underwater obstructions. So, if you go over there just to gawk, be careful. As for now, no restaurant, no anything.More
The Bitter End Yacht Club and amenities, including their restaurants, are all gone. Blown away by Hurricane Irma in 2017. As of this writing - I just returned from three weeks on Virgin Gorda - there is no rebuilding activity at the Bitter End Site....Inquiries as to its future are mixed. Some say it will be rebuilt; others say it won't. But right now, do not plan anything at the Bitter End, sad to report.More
We motored by to get a sense of devastation from recent hurricanes. All moorings were taped off & amount of destruction was heart-breaking. It did appear clean-up efforts were underway. Best of luck to them!! Wonderful memories of a beautiful & amazing resort. Hopefully, they...can come back more robust than before. BVI just isn't the same w/o Bitter End Yacht Club!More
Sailing the BVI'S was amazingly beautiful and the best adventure yet! We sailed to the Bitter End Yacht Club to spend the day enjoying the food, fun and sand. Everything about this island is amazing! The storms blew in a few weeks after we were...back home. My heart was and is so sad knowing what we experienced, Mother Nature turned it upside down. I know everything is getting back to normal and we will return soon!More
There are several offers from the hosts including a casual setting, an indoor casual and a fantastic 'club' type beach service that we enjoyed on another visit. This review is on the casual Pizza and other stuff and it looks perfect for tumbling off your...yacht and having a casual meal. This place is spot on for that sort of occasion. It is not sophisticated but the setting is to behold. The food was modest but ok, the service much the same but its position and accessibility (from a yacht) is fabulous. Casual quick beer/wine and pizza after a day's sailing up the coast of Virgin Gorda in the early evening...superb!More
We anchored nearby at Saba Rock. We took the dingy to BE Yacht Club only to see the devastation from the hurricanes. Happily, there were plenty of workers. Hopefully, they will rebuild fast. At the present time, however, there are no services available.