Bitter End Yacht Club’s Superyacht Dock Undergoes Major Re-Fit

Photo Caption: L to R—Meridian Construction’s Richard Starkey and Marland D’Aguiar (project foreman & supervisor) offer a progress update to the Bitter End Yacht Club management and waterfront team, including COO Sandra Grisham, James Meade, Quarterdeck Marina Manager Carine Locher, Robert Smith, and Resort Manager Mary Jo Ryan. Photo Credit:

The Quarterdeck Marina at the Bitter End Yacht Club in the British Virgin Islands is undergoing a major re-fit. 
The new facilities will be opened on 4th July, making one of the most popular boutique-style destination marinas in the Caribbean suitable for today’s larger vessels and superyachts, as well as holiday charter sailors, cruising voyagers, and deep-sea and sportfish anglers.    
The new facilities will provide primary docking for up to 18 vessels, with first class on shore facilities including fuelling, provisioning and retail therapy.  Marina guests can also enjoy the barefoot elegance and quiet luxury of the Bitter End Yacht Club resort.
In addition to shoreside amenities that include several fine dining options, beautiful beaches and extensive watersports facilities, boat visitors often avail themselves of the ever popular ‘Spa at Bitter End Yacht Club’. The Spa offers a range of luxurious therapies and tailor-made treatments; from exotic aromatherapy massages to wraps, manicures and pedicures, even private beach-side yoga sessions, the Spa’s offerings have quickly become popular with boating guests looking for a relaxing and refreshing experience.
According to Bitter End Yacht Club’s Owner and Managing Director, Dana Hokin, “The new installation, built from the ground up, will have wider slips, improved decking surfaces, enhanced skirting, upgraded power, and best of all a better dockage layout to accommodate a wider variety of boat sizes and shapes. We think it will be a wonderful complement to our world-class shoreside offerings.”