Visit Peter Island in the BVI
For those in the know, Peter Island is synonymous with luxury in the Virgin Islands. Home to a 5 Star resort, the aptly named Peter Island Resort, the island retreat spares no expense in design, quality, or service. Native stone, rare hardwoods, airy spaces, and breathtaking views dominate the property. Peter Island is popular with the wealthy jet-set due to its natural splendor, second-to-none service, and discretion. The resort also plays host to many mega yachts, thanks to their large, full service marina, which offers dockage for yachts, shore power, and other sailor necessities.
In addition to being a playground for the rich and famous, Peter Island is also popular with sailboat cruisers and day trippers. Peter Island is easy to visit on a day trip, and the island is home to a pristine mile long, crescent-shaped palm tree shaded white sand beach, two top-notch restaurants (the first is located steps from the water, the casual, yet refined Deadman's Island Beach Bar and Grill, and the decidedly more formal Tradewinds dining room), and the infamous Dead Chest Island. Literary buffs may recognize the island's name from the Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island, wherein the insidious pirate Blackbeard slurs "Fifteen men on the dead man's chest, yo ho ho, and a bottle of rum."
Dead Chest Island is harsh, windswept, and rocky, so it doesn't make for a good vacation stop, but Peter Island certainly does. Call or email us now to find out how you can spend the day retracing Pirate Blackbeard's steps, or channeling your inner movie star by visiting Peter Island.Contact Us