Jost Van Dyke
When you disembark your IYC Yacht at Jost Van Dyke, you can run you toes through some of the softest white sands as you wade through memorizing blue waters with luscious green hills surrounding the horizon. A yacht paradise, Jost Van Dyke is part of the archipelago comprised of 60 islands and cays, in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) which is located approximately 50 miles east of Puerto Rico, in the northwestern region of the Caribbean Sea.
On the southern end is White Bay, a key attraction with its island cottage bars and villas. It’s usually buzzing with activity with many beachgoers having a great time with a drink in hand. You can visit Soggy Dollar and One Love Bar which blend in with the island cottage feel.
The Coolest Nook – Jost Van Dyke’s Bubbly Pool
You can hike up to the most cozy nook the Caribbean, the Bubbly Pools. This is nature’s little spa created by the ocean flowing between the rocks into a shallow pool. Simply follow the shoreline behind Foxys Taboo to find it and walk east. Afterwards, you can eat lunch at Foxy’s Taboo or grab a pastry at the yummy bakery nearby.
Fun Facts on Jost Van Dyke
British Virgin Islands
No visa is required for this destination for a stay of up to 90 days.
3 Square Miles
Pirate History of Jost Van Dyke
The island of Jost Van Dyke was named after the Dutch pirate Joost van Dyk who traversed the waters in the early 17th century and legend says the had one of his hideouts there. Whats interesting to hear is that the island literally had electricity connected in 1991.