Peter Island, B.V.I. activities are an invigorating, diverse blend of extraordinary adventures and simple pleasures. On the resort’s private island, you can laze on six quiet beaches or play along the shore in 20 secluded coves. You can luxuriate at the spa, swing in a hammock or cool off in any number of pools. You may want to just stay anchored off Peter Island and take advantage of the same luxuries on your chartered yacht from Taylor’d Yacht Charters.
Whether you want to snorkel or scuba in the waters of the B.V.I., glide across the blue-green waters on a yacht rented from Taylor’d Yacht Charters, or hike the trails in search of the perfect sunset view, it is an island paradise you’ll never forget.
Dining at Peter Island is limited to one casual outdoor and one dressier indoor-outdoor restaurant. Fortunately, they are both very good restaurants, or you can just dine on your yacht where you know you will be receiving cordon blu fare. After dinner, there’s not much to divert visitors’ attention except Caribbean rum, the brilliant night sky, and night-blooming jasmine, the scent of romance. Hence Peter Island’s appeal to lovebirds. An after dinner drink on the aft deck of your Taylor’d Yacht Charters boat makes it easy to fall into a luxurious bed.
Peter Island has an interesting folklore history where the famous pirate Blackbeard supposedly abandoned some of his crew to their death on Dead Chest Island. The men were washed up in Deadman’s Bay, which is now the main resort beach. The neighboring Norman Island was the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island”.