Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda
Top Ten Reasons to visit Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda on your Yacht Charter
1) Michael “Beans” Gardner Happy AAARRR Show
Michael Beans Pirate AAARRRR Show. Bean’s show is a fun cocktail hour show for everyone! The last “Jolly Mon” singing for his supper in the Caribbean! Family-friendly or not and fun for the entire group. His unique combination of sea shanties, rum shots, dancing, history, pirate lore, and conch blowing contests is a DON’T MISS! “Beans” has a stage set up, and there is a beautiful table section with full service directly located on the sandy beach.
2) Cab Across from the Baths to Leverick Bay with stunning views
Visit the Baths on Virgin Gorda, and while your charter yacht crew takes the yacht up to Leverick Bay Resort, you jump in a cab for a fabulous trip across the top of Virgin Gorda with, the best views of both the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Sea. The views of North Sound coming down to Leverick Bay Resort and Marina are picture takers’ delight. When you get to Leverick Bay, jump in the swimming pool for a refreshing dip, and enjoy an umbrella drink. Head over to Michael Beans Pirate Show.
3) Hit “The Restaurant at Leverick Bay” for a great steak
Hit “The restaurant” upstairs at Leverick Bay and enjoy what I consider some of the best steaks in the Virgin Islands.
4) Beach BBQ and Moko Jumbies
Every Friday Night (in season), enjoy the Beach BBQ, and the famous Moko Jumbies & Profile Hard Core Band. Leverick Bay’s Beach BBQ features roast pig, fish, chicken, and West Indian style ribs among salads, sides, and delicious desserts! The Moko Jumbies is a must thing to do when you are in Virgin Gorda! Boaters and locals, families, and friends all submerged in the spicy scent of BBQ in the air, live music, Caribbean breeze, shimmering stars, and colorful costumed Moko Jumbies dancing high above the crowd while balancing on their impressively tall stilts.
5) Visit and snorkel Prickly Pear and Moskito Anchorage
Comfortable anchorage to take the tender over to Sir Richard Branson’s Eco Resort Moskito Island and snorkel off the reef or Prickly Pear Island and visit the beach at the Sandbox. You can find a beach bar, volleyball nets, and more water toys. The island is named after the flowering cactus.
6) Enjoy the Spa at Leverick Bay Resort
Visit the Spa at Leverick Bay for Massage, Yoga, and Aesthetics. Leverick Bay is full of things to do if you are looking for a day mid-week to hang out.
8) Sail Out to Anegada from Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda
Leverick Bay is a great jumping-off spot for your trip out to Anegada after a night of fun. 2-3 hours sail in the morning will have you pulling up to Anegada’s beaches by lunchtime! Don’t forget to troll your fishing poles and see if you can catch some tuna! Sitting on the front of the boat, watching the coral heads go by you in the crystal clear water, is soothing to the soul.
9) Go Shopping for souvenirs or provisions at Leverick Bay Virgin Gorda
If you are bareboating or on a crewed yacht, you can enjoy shopping, a well-stocked grocery store, laundry, and fill up on water and ice. Not to mention getting a pizza or a casual bite to eat at the pool bar.
10) Take a Tender Trip through North Sound
Larger tenders can take a wonderful tour around North Sound. Bitter End, Saba Rock, Biras Creek, and Gun Creek are all within easy reach to explore. Saba Rock is well on its way to rebuilding after the hurricanes, and we look forward to seeing it open in the next season.
Take a look at the Things to Do Page on Leverick Bay’s site for more information.
We look forward to welcoming you to the British Virgin Islands!