Prospect Reef Marina
Primarily used by charter companies and dive boats. The Prospect Reef Hotel is now known for its live dolphin experience.
This small harbor is primarily used as the home for a number of day-charter boats for Tortola. The government purchased the resort and will be creating a new facility here. It is a short walk from Road Reef and Fort Burt.
Though there is dock space for vessels up to 45 feet with fuel, water, power and provisioning nearby, the marina is private and visiting yachts are discouraged without prior reservations. There’s a dive shop, café and restaurant surround this small harbor and hotel.
Scuttlebutt Bar & Grill
Boasting casual food for breakfast lunch and dinner, Scuttlebutt offers an all day Caribbean menu.
Prospect Reef Resort
Sea Cow Bay
Protected from the northeast trades, buoys mark the channel into this shallow bay. Manuel Reef Marina is new and offers great promise with 40 slips used mostly by transient and local boaters. Docks have power and water only. centre On shore are a car rental agency and the BVI Water Sports Centre (284.494.0669). The area will develop over time. Above the sailing centre is the Boat House Restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating on the large deck.
Boat House Restaurant
Overlooks the marina offering lunch, a special happy hour and dinner. Special pizza and appetizers between 4p-6:30p.
Struggling Man’s Place
Serving true local food, Struggling Man’s Place is a short walk from the marina and serves Caribbean specialties including fresh fish and lobster for dinner.