Soggy Dollar Bar

The Soggy Dollar Bar is exactly what you’d hope a Caribbean beach bar would be like. This laid-back bar in the British Virgin Islands is situated on the ever-beautiful White Bay on Jost Van Dyke. With soft white sand, stunning turquoise waters and spectacular scenery, it's not hard to understand why White Bay on Jost Van Dyke has been voted the best beach in the Caribbean numerous times.

The Soggy Dollar bar has become somewhat of an icon within the virgin islands and the main attraction on Jost van Dyke, since creating their famous rum cocktail the “Painkiller” in 1970’s. This scrumptious concoction is a tasty blend of premium dark rum, cream of coconut, pineapple and orange juice, topped with freshly grated Grenadian nutmeg. Yes, it is as good as it sounds!
Surrounded by swaying palms, deck chairs, chilled beats and cold beverages, Soggy Dollar bar is a great place to relax and spend the day at the beach. Now serving up delicious lunches and appetizers for dinner, it really is the perfect setting to spend the day with friends or family. Jost Van Dyke was hit hardest out of the BVI by the two categories 5 hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2017, but true to the local BVI strong spirit, Soggy Dollar has since rebuilt and revived!

Soggy bar in the Caribbean Island

Soggy Dollar has re-opened and relaunched their legendary bar with some exciting new additions, among which their own radio station streaming live 24/7 at and a live webcam, so tune in and check out what’s going on any time of the day anywhere in the world! Attracting people with its ideal location, delicious cocktails, beach BBQ’s and friendly atmosphere, Soggy Dollar bar is truly a slice of paradise. The only thing missing is your ticket there!

How to get to Soggy Dollar Bar

There isn't an airport on Jost Van Dyke so you will need to fly into Tortola, BVI (Beef Island Airport), this is the most convenient route to Jost Van Dyke or fly into St. Thomas Airport in USVI. From these two islands, you can take a ferry across to Great Harbor and then a quick local taxi ride over to white bay. Make sure you take a valid passport if you're coming over from the USVI as all entering visitors are checked by BVI customs and immigration.
From Tortola: New Horizon Ferry provides multiple daily services to Jost Van Dyke from West End Tortola departing several times a day from early morning to late afternoon. The first departure is at 08:00 am and the last return from Jost Van Dyke is at 17:00 pm. Keep in mind it is a 45-minute taxi ride from Beef Island Airport to West End Tortola.
From St. Thomas: Inter Island Boat Services morning and afternoon services departing from Red Hook or Cruz Bay, St.John on Friday, Saturday and Sunday's for now. You can also take a water taxi from St. Thomas, this is more direct but this will cost quite a bit more.
Please note: Because of the 2017 hurricanes these services are currently operating to limited schedules, however, we expect things to return to normal again during the course of 2018, and will make immediate ferry tickets to Jost Van Dyke available through the search box on our homepage.

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