Immerse yourself in the spirit of the islands on your private yacht charter, where the crew will guide you to the most well-known and well-loved restaurants and bars throughout the BVIs.
Visit the famous Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke, where half the fun is getting there. While you can take a dinghy to the beach, most people enjoy diving in and swimming themselves. As you glide through the clear turquoise water to the bar, you’ll soon realize how this place got its name. Order a Pain Killer and kick back on the white sandy beach with locals and tourists alike.
Later, a quick sail around the bay to Foxy’s, where the owner (and namesake) is a spirited man who will sometimes offer you an impromptu poem. On Belamy Cay, visit The Last Resort, where Richie will cook up a delicious meal. Stick around and watch Chef Al and his one-man-band hit the stage with his trusty bottle of tequila. You’re welcome to join him on stage, but be aware that you will only be paid in tequila—and the adoration of your many new fans.
No good merrymaking vacation is complete without a trip to The Willy T. Named after the pirate William Thornton, its moniker is fitting since the bar resides on an old steel trading schooner moored in the Bight of Norman Island. By day, have lunch, then jump in the water to cool off, because once the sun goes down, everyone moves to the musical beat of the night.
If you are lucky to be visiting the British Virgin Islands during a full moon, the Katlo crew can drop you off to enjoy a BVI Full Moon Party…a spectacle not to be missed by merrymakers!
For social butterflies who want to let loose and experience paradise, a bit of merrymaking is all you need!