Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
This private island in the British Virgin Islands has a rich history in the boating and diving community and prides itslef on its unique mixture of privacy and exclusivity with a laid-back and welcoming atmosphere. "There's a certain charm about people from different walks of life coming together to enjoy good food and celebrate life." explains General Manager of the Saba Rock resort David Brick. "Saba also ensures that the celebrity crowd can enjoy some privacy."
Despite its remote setting, the restaurant offers a good selection of seafood dishes and classic favourites. The lobster escargot appetiser and the roasted chicken are the restaurant's signature dishes, while it's extensive wine and champagne list means you can always find the perfect pairing.
Its marina can accommodate yachts larger than 24 metres (78ft 7in) or alternatively anchor off and tender in. On the front of the dock Saba Rock can fit a maximum lenght of up to 45.72 metres (150ft).
Saba Rock's over-ther-water lounge bar is famous for producing a Painkiller cocktail that can be enjoyed while joining in the feeding of the large tarpon fish, which happens every day at 5pm.
While on the island enjoy a scenic helicopter ride with Antilles Helicopter Service, taking off from Saba Rock and flying over the surrounding islands.
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This article was first published in the issue 2 of YPI printed magazine "360° Magazine"