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DESTINATIONS

From secluded sandy

beaches to funky beach bars, we will show you all the great destinations that the US and British Virgin Islands have to offer!

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Cooper Island

Cooper Island is a small island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. There are five privately owned properties on the island, plus a small beach club resort. Cooper Island Beach Club has 12 hotel rooms, a restaurant, rum bar, coffee shop, solar powered brewery, and gift shop. 

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Cooper Island is a small island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. There are five privately owned properties on the island, plus a small beach club resort. Cooper Island Beach Club has 12 hotel rooms, a restaurant, rum bar, coffee shop, solar powered brewery, and gift shop. 

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The Willy T

William Thornton (Willy T) floating bar and restaurant is a great stop for drinks and lunch. Join the party and jump off the top of the back deck if you dare. Now located in the Bight off of Norman Island in the BVI. The party never stops at Willy T's!

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Norman Island

Norman Island is an island at the southern tip of the British Virgin Islands archipelago. It is one of a number of islands reputed to be the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's pirate novel Treasure Island. Norman Island is famous for it's snorkeling; especially its three main spots known as The Caves, The Indians and The Aquarium.

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Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda is best know for The Baths, an indescribable rock formation dating back over 20 million years.  A hike through the boulders brings you to Devil’s Bay, a pristine swimming area with great snorkeling.  The Top of the Baths restaurant and bar provides a magnificent view of the Sir Francis Drake Channel while enjoying a cold beverage and taking a dip in the fresh water pool. Just a short ways away, Leverick Bay Marina is a great place to dine, shop and take a dip in the pool.