Flame Yacht Charters 1956 Feadship
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JOST VAN DYKE
Jost Van Dyke is a much more laid back island with inviting restaurants, bars, beautiful beaches and even a challenging walk for the more athletic.
Great Harbor is the home of the famous Foxy's, a humble beach bar and restaurant with loads of character. Foxy's infamous New Year's Eve party has quickly gained popularity in far off places. A New York Post journalist once wrote that there were only three places in the world to be on New Year's Eve: Times Square, New York; Trafalgar Square, London; and Foxy's on Jost Van Dyke. Lining the beach at Great Harbor are a variety of other, equally colorful, bars and restaurants.
Little Harbor is a small cove that boasts several bars and restaurants such as Sidney's Peace and Love and Harris' Place which have become a must-do destination for many.
White Bay is a stunning crescent shaped beach with a shallow sandy bottomed water. The color of the water is pure aqua! More bars and restaurants line the bay, the most famous of which, Soggy Dollar Bar is the home of the painkiller. Years ago, before there was electricity on Jost Van Dyke, the Soggy Dollar made Pina Coladas on the rocks. One day someonee added orange juice to the mix by was born! There is no dock at White Bay but we anchor close to the beach and it is a short swim and of course, the bar has no problem with the soggy dollars!
Great Harbor and White Bay also sport small shops set among the palm trees. Here you can find a great variety of unique island clothing and gifts.
For the adventurous, there is a wonderfully challenging road to walk. It stretches from White Bay to Little Harbor winding up and down several hills steep enough to get the heart up to your target rate! Strap on your tennis shoes, slather on plenty of sun block and carry a bottle of water!
At the northern end of Jost van Dyke is Foxy's Taboo restaurant which offers a more refined ambience and menu selection. A short, scenic walk to the north side leads to a natural bubble pool. In a heavy north swell this secluded pool of water becomes a wild, foaming natural hot tub!
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