We first set eyes on Leverick Bay in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda in 2006 when we moored there for a night during our first BVI sail. Enamored by the beautiful colors, water and amenities there, we’ve returned twice and hope to again this spring.
Since 2006, Leverick Bay has done a major expansion to its marina and is now a favorite spot for boaters to stop and stay awhile. Or, if you wish to stay on island, Leverick Bay has its own accommodations and many of the rooms overlook the beautiful bay, North Sound and Mosquito Island.
Why do we like this area so much? Let us show you through some pictures we’ve taken during our visits.
View of the restaurants from the marina. Fine dining is available on the upper floor and a pub-style eatery called The Cove is on the lower level.
Looking at the marina from the beach. Guests can use the lounge chairs or rent water toys.
A pool next to the restaurants. Other amenities include a couple of gift shops, a small supermarket/deli, spa services, tennis and boat rental.
This pic was taken before the marina expansion but shows the gorgeous color of the water and marina buildings.
The Telephone Booth Shower on a dock in the marina
A map of the BVI on the side of the watersports building showing the location of Leverick Bay Resort and Marina.
Nick’s Weather Forecast for the day! Nick is the general Manager of Leverick Bay Resort & Marina and is quite the funny and personable guy. We got the chance to briefly visit with him when we checked out a dinghy to explore North Sound and he was working the shop for one of his employees.
Jumbies Beach Bar. We enjoyed some tasty beverages and chicken roti while lounging around Jumbies.
Enjoy a few more drinks by the waterside
And, if you’re visiting during the high season – January through May, be sure to stop by Monday through Thursday from 5 – 7 p.m. at Happy Arrrr!
To hear Michael Bean – the singing pirate!
(photo: Leverick Bay FB)
Want to see more of the island from Leverick Bay? Take a taxi or rent a car to tour the island (see The Baths and Savannah Bay), rent a dinghy to zip around North Sound (check out Prickly Pear Island and The Sandbox) or take the water taxi from Leverick to Saba Rock.
Quiet, but not too quiet…Leverick Bay is a great place to hang out and relax on Virgin Gorda.
Ready to go?
Find out more on the Leverick Bay Website
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