Eustatia Island is located in Eustatia Sound, off the far northeastern coast of Virgin Gorda. This is a 30-acre privately-owned, volcanic and hilly island. In addition, it is one of the most desired islands in the Caribbean and home to one of the British Virgin Islands’ most exclusive resorts.
The word “Eustatia” is a Greek-derived word meaning “good place to stay.” And it is a good place to stay. Islands Magazine listed it as one of the world’s top 20 most beautiful islands.
Eustatia Island is a great year-round destination. Although the most popular season is the winter until May. During that time, you can enjoy an average of nine hours of sunshine and expect very little rain. What’s more, you will always feel a wonderful ocean breeze. Average daily temperatures are in the mid-seventies in the winter and mid-eighties in the summertime. But take the hurricane season, lasting from June 1st to November 30th, into consideration.
The Beach. The island has three pristine soft white sand beaches. Eustatia’s size makes the entire island accessible on foot. The main beach in the south has one of the BVI’s most extensive mature coconut palm plantations. A smaller beach on the north side has calm waters that are ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Another beach on the southwest of the island is home to starfish, green, loggerhead, and hawksbill sea turtles.
Eustatia offers full private island access to up to 14 guests. This includes two dedicated hosts, two watersports instructors, and local chefs to prepare great culinary delights. Furthermore, you can experience:
Eustatia Island Resort provides your complete island experience by supporting you with a personal chef. Moreover, menus, specializing in locally sourced food are tailor-made for you. From breakfast and lunch to unforgettable dinners in this Caribbean paradise, you are also in charge of time and location.
A flexible yacht-to-shore dock is present at the marina. It can accommodate yachts and boats up to 180 ft, 200 tons, and a maximum draft of up to 8 ft.