The sea beckons. Adventure calls. Bitter End is back.

For over half a century, Bitter End Yacht Club has been world-renowned for its sense of adventure, love of the water, appreciation for nature, and dedication to friends and family.

Our island outpost was destroyed by Hurricane Irma in 2017, but no storm could extinguish the Bitter End spirit. Supported by a tight-knit community spread across the globe, we salvaged everything we could to build back Bitter End better than ever. We are excited to share our newly imagined nautical village with you. 



We’ve got several exceptional drinking and dining venues that still harness the same spirit expected of the North Sound’s oldest watering hole. Enjoy hyper-local Caribbean flavors in the heart of our village while overlooking the best views in the BVI.

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All of our wares are custom-made by us (and a selection of top-notch pals) to be enjoyed by anyone who carries a love for the sea in their veins.  We hope you reach for our provisions whenever you’re ashore or at sea anywhere in the world.

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Bitter End would not be Bitter End without watersports. At Bitter End, you can master diving, sailing, windsurfing, or kiteboarding with help from the Bitter End Crew. Or just take a Whaler out for snorkeling and beach combing. 

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You can’t get closer to the sea than when sleeping in our new Marina Lofts. Inspired by vintage sail lofts, you can step off your swim ladder right into the Caribbean Sea. Experience the BVI’s only over-the-water bungalows—a magical maritime escape.


"The place to stay" in "the most beautiful place on earth."

Travel + Leisure

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Built by sailors for sailors, our state-of-the-art marina and mooring field is second to none in the Caribbean. Plus, the Quarterdeck Club refit has resulted in a one-of-a-kind, open-air locale perfect for rum punches, sunset views and celebrations of all stripes.


Fair Winds and Following Feeds

The easiest way to get your fill of salty people messin’ around on boats in the most beautiful place on Earth.