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For those who choose to entertain in their villas or aboard their boats, let our chefs in the Chef's Pantry help you! We have a wide selection of gourmet items including fresh seafood, specialty meats and cheeses, fresh baked breads and pastries, coffees, fine wines and spirits all from a professional chef's kitchen. Looking for something unusual? Give us a call for special requests.

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The Palm Tree Gallery has the most extensive collection of Caribbean art and gifts in the islands. Handcrafted gold and silver jewelry, stunning ceramics and sculptures, paintings and accessories by many well known artists are also featured.

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In the Pusser's Company Store you'll find the world's finest tropical sports & travel clothing for men and women, Pusser's renowned line of sports watches and chronographs, and many unique nautical accessories. The feeling is old world, with antiques and memorabilia from the days of Queen Victoria to those of the Great Gatsby.

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Seafarers are always welcome at Leverick Bay Resort & Marina. We offer a full service dock, supplying fuel, fresh water and ice, 36 moorings and 10 slips with 110 and 208 volt electricity. Fresh water showers and laundry facilities are also available for your convenience.

For further details contact Nick at (284) 542-4010

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Outdoor Fun


Leverick Bay Marina is pleased to assist you and your crew with everything you will need to go fishing. Leverick Bay is located only 15 miles below the east Anegada drop, considered by fishermen from around the world as one of the best fishing spots in the Caribbean. Experience a unique adventure while fishing around the British Virgin Islands. If your passion is to go fishing for Bill Fish, Tuna, Wahoo, Mahi-Mahi or bottom fish like the Snapper, Leverick Bay Marina is your marina! The Leverick Bay Marina offers charters, dock space, facilities to clean your fish and we will even cook it for you. Let us know what is your ideal fishing adventure and we will make it happen for you. Leverick Bay Marina is your best option for your sports or recreational fishing excursion. Make your reservation today and we will coordinate fishing permits and anything else you might need.


Our newly resurfaced astro turf tennis court offers hours of serious exercise for many and pure entertainment for others. Rackets and balls are loaned from the office and playing times are during daylight hours. Come and sign up!

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Relax around the 50' pool and indulge in the fine foods and beverages available at the Jumbies Beach Bar, It's a perfect way to meet friends.


Sport fishing on the Sea Mount or North Drop, Cruising and Snorkeling Anegada to Jost Van Dyke and a host of other Islands and Cays. Private fishing, cruising and snorkeling trips are designed around the unique needs of each client. Fish, cruise or combine both!

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The sheltered waters of the North Sound offer a spectacular environment for a multitude of activities. We have Bradley Powerboats for rent - ranging from 17' to 28' - a wonderful way to discover the British Virgin Islands, rent a dinghy for the day and find your own secluded beach and snorkel spots - a day you will surely remember. Hobie wave, Kayak and snorkel gear rental also available. If you are staying at the hotel or villas, have us put a special watersports package together for you.

website: www.watersportsbvi.com

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Dive BVI is located on our dock. They are a full service dive shop offering guided trips, full certification courses, introductory courses, equipment rental and retail shop. The diving and snorkeling in the BVI is some of the best in the Caribbean including the world famous wreck of the RMS Rhone. Click on their link for more details and contact information.

website: www.divebvi.com

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Dining & Entertainment


The restaurant at Leverick Bay specializes in fresh local seafood, house cut steaks and island favorites. There is poolside dining for lunch and early dinners including sandwiches, pizzas and salads. The upstairs terrace and lounge make for an exquisite dining experience with a seaside view and daily menu. Slow roasted prime rib  on Saturday nights.

website: www.therestaurantatleverickbay.com

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Let us pamper you at the Spa at Leverick Bay! Relax and enjoy our sauna and whirlpool or treat yourself to a luxurious massage. We specialize in European beauty treatments, aromatherapy, manicures, facials, waxing, and electrolysis.

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Getting Around


When looking to explore the beautiful island of Virgin Gorda and experience all of it's charms, a rental vehicle comes to mind. Speedy's Car Rentals are available right at the Leverick Bay Resort or from Spanish Town, and prices start at $57.50 for a 24 hour period. Even although some of the few roads are a bit bumpy, and mostly unmarked, the friendly islanders are sure to point you in the right direction.

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Taxi tours of Virgin Gorda are also available with informative commentary and strategic stops at various photo locations and look out points.

For those energetic souls whose preferred method of travel is hiking and mountain climbing, don't forget your running shoes.


The famous Baths

(and nearby Spring Bay) is a must to see. Centuries ago, volcanic eruptions forged these amazing caves by scattering gigantic rocks, the size of houses, onto the beach and waters edge. Now, after years of weathering, these rounded boulders create mystical grottos and coves accessible by foot or snorkeling from the beach. Don't miss out!

Coppermine Ruins

400 years ago the Spanish miners followed by the English mined this area of Virgin Gorda for Copper. The stone chimney and few mine shafts that now remain are wonderful to explore. No doubt, the majestic views of Virgin Gorda and the endless seas will take your breath away. Stop at the Mine Shaft Cafe for their local drink "Cave In".

Savannah Bay and Pond Bay

Normally deserted except for a few livestock from time to time, these two extraordinary beaches are simply long stretches of pristine white sand beach. Bring a cooler with refreshments or a picnic lunch.

Gorda Peak National Park

Is the highest peak of Virgin Gorda and is visited by many people. A 15 minute hike up to the summit at 1,359 feet brings you to a wooden observation tower, where the views are absolutely brilliant. Proper gear should be worn when undertaking any of Gorda Peaks hiking trails as they may not be everyone's cup of tea.

For further activities, services and a wealth of information, visit www.ultimatebvi.com


Day Trips

to neighboring islands are very popular, especially to Tortola, St. Thomas and Anegada (pictured here). Check with Dive BVI, Speedy's, and our day sail boat "Spice" on the dock for schedules, rates and dates.


The following popular beaches are good for swimming and snorkeling. Located on the Southern end of Virgin Gorda: The Baths (pictured on the left), Devils Bay, Spring Bay and the Crawl. Located just north of Spanish Town: Savannah Bay (pictured below) and Pond Bay. Located at Leverick Bay: Little Leverick Bay and Big Leverick Bay. A short dingy ride from Leverick Bay in the North Sound are located the following beaches. (Included with your dingy rental will also be a map indicating beaches, snorkeling spots and places to avoid). Anguilla Point, Long Beach, Honeymoon Beach, Vixen Point, Eustatia Island, Deep Bay and Oil Nut Bay.

Popular Excursion Suggestions

Pub Crawl - this is a very popular day away. If you're in the mood for fun in the sun (or rather a dingy), set sail in the North Sound with your very own small Boston Whaler. You can taste your way through each of the fine establishments on the North Sound, shown on the map you will be given.

Romantic Getaway - for a romantic day, pack a light lunch with perhaps a nice bottle of wine or champagne, assorted cheese and crackers and fruits... etc. Motor off to your own "private" beach destination for a perfectly lazy, quiet and private day away. (Baby sitters available).

Virgin Gorda Tour - rent your own jeep, (or do it with a taxi), and visit the unique formations of the Baths, and the interesting Coppermine Point. Hike the trails through Gorda Peak National Park and stop for a swim at Savannah Bay.

Tortola & St. Thomas - take a ferry trip to our larger neighboring island of Tortola (pictured below) for exploring with rental vehicle or just shop, shop, shop until you drop in St. Thomas. (Both islands cannot be toured in one day. A day trip to St. John is not possible in one day.)