Saba Rock is among the cluster of serene, scarcely inhabited Islands that form the North Sound of Virgin Gorda in the Virgin Islands. The North Sound neighborhood consists of Richard Branson's exclusive Necker Island and the private Island of St. Eustatia with the surrounding pristine waters of Eustatia Reef, a snorklers paradise.
Prickly Pear Island, a National Park designation, forms the green covered, white sand background to the swimming pool-like setting. With a pirates past, a hideaway present, and a cherished future, this distinguished Caribbean location provides the unspoiled, nautical scenery of an unforgettable tropical island experience. You never know what famous or infamous person you will bump into when exploring the hidden secrets in the Sound!
Saba Rock is ideally located two hundred yards from the Bitter End Yacht Club and near Biras Creek and Leverick Bay Resort areas. The Bitter End Yacht Club restaurants and most other facilities are available to visiting yachts and other guests.
The North Sound has all the available water sport activities the area has to offer. Sailing, windsurfing, paddling, snorkling, and fishing is at your beck and call. And for the best in diving experiences try Kilbride's Sunchaser Scuba!
Make Saba Rock in the North Sound your "home base" while you cruise the party spots in the Caribbean.
The British Virgin Islands are a group of over 50 islands and Cays, located in the Leeward Islands, about 90 miles East of Puerto Rico and North East of the US Virgin Islands. The main island of Tortola is about 54 square miles, with Virgin Gorda about 8 square miles. Most of the islands are made up of rolling hills, although Anegada is completely flat rising to only a few feet above sea level.
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