Yowsahs: That's alotta stairs! Not to worry: The resort also has golf carts that can pick you up and drop you off at your room if you prefer a more leisurely, vacation-like pace.
PMY advertising director David McGee (left) and associate editor Jeffrey Moser enjoy a ferry trip from Anegada to Virgin Gorda.
Any place on Virgin Gorda is the ideal spot to kick back with a cocktail and watch the sunset, but perhaps there's no better view than from the porch of one of the Bitter End Yacht Club's private bungalows, nestled neatly into the tropical island's hillside.
Although the sales staff was already snorkeling when this photo was taken, our much-harder-working edit staff was busy proofreading and editing manuscripts. No, really: We weren't bitter. We swear.
Visitors can be sure of one thing: They'll be treated to good food, and lots of it! Guests can expect a delectable mix of local fare, ranging from jerk chicken to banana bread to mango salsa.
Who says that sales and edit can't mix? Our charter and cruising editor Kim Kavin and mid-Atlantic sales rep Joe Illes prove otherwise.
The Bitter End Yacht Club's private beach, complete with tiki huts for shade and lounge chairs. Not a sand lover? The yacht club's nearby swimming pool (not shown) is an equally ideal spot to relax with a cocktail and soak up the sun.
A visit to Virgin Gorda wouldn't be complete without a side trip to see the fascinating rock formations of The Baths.
The group that plays together, stays together. Here's our (good-looking) edit, art, production, sales, and marketing staff. You know, the ones who work hard to ensure PMY remains the number-one marine publication in the country. In this photo, we're on our way back from a day of important meetings on nearby Anegada island. And yes, "meeting" is PMY code for "snorkeling and fun in the sun."
Our marketing director enjoys a moment of solitude--and a rum runner--at the beach on Anegada.
This Memorial Day, remember those who were lost serving our country on the high seas in the U.S. Navy aboard PT Boats. Recently we were invited out for a ride on the only operational combat-veteran PT Boat, PT 305 in New Orleans.
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