Bitter End Yacht Club in North Sound, Virgin Gorda, Unveils their Brand New, State-of-the-Art, Quarterdeck Marina this July

The Bitter End Yacht Club (BEYC) in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda is an exceedingly popular destination in the British Virgin Islands for both charter and private yachts. To accommodate ever-larger charter catamarans, monohulls and power yachts, top-of-the-line sportfish and private megayachts, BEYC is set to open the full service Quarterdeck Marina this July.commercial inflatable bouncers

The new installation, built from the ground up, will have wider slips, improved decking surfaces, enhanced skirting, upgraded power, and best of all a better dockage layout to accommodate a wider variety of boat sizes and shapes.

The state of the art facility will be able to accommodate yachts up to 235 feet LOA with drafts of 15 feet or

From left: Richard Starkey, CEO/Managing Director of Meridian Construction Company; Marland D'Augiar, Foreman and Supervisor; Sandra Grisham, COO Bitter End Yacht Club; James Meade, Construction Manager at Bitter End; Carine Locher, Quarterdeck Marina Manager; Robert Smith, Director of Engineering; and Mary Jo Ryan, Resort Manager

more. Tender docks are larger, catamaran docks are wider, and electricity is easily accessed.

Richard Starkey of Meridian Construction Company is the General Contractor on the project.  Noted architect Peter Brill penned the designs. Both worked closely with ownership and management to fulfill their goals. According to Starkey, “the project here at Bitter End will fit the needs of the clientele perfectly. It’s such a lovely location, and the new facility will blend in nicely.”

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