Peter Island

Deadman's Beach, Peter Island, British Virgin Islands

Peter Island in the British Virgin Islands offers magnificent beaches and unsurpassed fun and relaxation. It is home to the luxury villa resort Peter Island Resort, and Spa. This luxury retreat surrounds guests in beauty and cool Caribbean breezes and is one of our favorite islands in the BVI. Although the resort was damaged by Hurricane Irma, they plan to reopen in December 2021. Make Peter Island part of your BVI itinerary.

Deadman's Beach, Peter Island, British Virgin Islands
Deadman’s Beach, Peter Island


The Island enjoys warm and sunny days with ocean breezes. Most rain occurs from September to December with hurricane season from June to November.

Places to See

  • Deadman’s Beach. A mile-long beach shaded by palm trees. The water is calm and clear with good swimming and snorkeling right off the beach.
  • Sprat Bay. The natural beauty of Sprat Bay will make you want to linger under a coconut palm and enjoy the solitude.
  • Honeymoon Beach. You don’t have to be on your honeymoon to appreciate the beauty of this amazing beach. Listen to the waves lap the shoreline, breathe in the salt air, and perhaps have a picnic lunch prepared by your yacht charter chef.
  • Key Cay. Snorkel around this small rocky islet.
  • White Bay Beach. When you think of a tropical paradise, White Bay Beach is the image that may come to mind. You’ll want to take plenty of pictures to post to social media to show your friends back home.
  • Ocean’s 7 Beach Club

Things to Do

  • Snorkel. The best snorkeling spots are White Bay Beach, Deadman’s Beach, and Honeymoon Beach.
  • Scuba dive. There are many fantastic dive sites near Peter Island, such as The Willy T (William Thornton) and Carrot Shoal just to name a few. Carrot Shoal is an exciting night dive site where you can spot angelfish, butterflyfish, basslets, spotted and Spanish lobsters, sea turtles, nurse sharks, and moray eels.
  • Hike. Besides walking on the beautiful beaches, Peter Island also has paved walking paths. Be sure to wear sneakers for longer walks.
  • Explore the flora and fauna. Be careful, however, because some things such as the manchineel, also known as “the death apple,” are harmful.
  • Enjoy the sunset. Whether you are on your private yacht or on the beach, the colors of the sunset are incredible.

Marinas and Anchorages


  • Peter Island Resort Marina. When you’re a guest of the Peter Island Marina, you’re a guest of the entire island. You’ll have access to the resort’s beaches, pools, restaurants, and bars or any of the incredible amenities such as the spa.


  • Great Harbour. Offers mooring balls and good anchoring.
  • White Bay.
  • Sprat Bay. Has a few mooring balls. However, this is a rather small bay and not ideal for anchoring.


Contact Us at (321) 777-1707 for more information on Peter Island in the British Virgin Islands