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Navy Beach in Montauk is a summertime hot spot, famous for being one of the best places to catch the sunset with a cocktail in hand. While dusk is probably the most popular time at this nautical-themed restaurant and bar, it’s also a great place to drop anchor, have lunch on the beach with your toes in the sand, or enjoy a dinner with friends. Now Navy Beach is bringing its all-day appeal to the Caribbean, opening a location in St. Thomas in December and in St. Maarten in early 2020.
“They bring an ideal ‘missing piece” to the marinas as a playful, chic addition to the dining scenes,” says Franklin Ferguson, partner at Navy Beach Hospitality of the new locations. “Perfect for the luxury yachting community that often heads south (from the Hamptons) in the winter months.” The expansion is a partnership between Navy Beach and IGY Marinas, one of the largest international marina companies in the world and a leading destination network for vessels across the globe.
Like at the original Navy Beach, the ocean will play a pivotal role in the St. Thomas and St. Maarten outposts. Navy Beach St. Thomas has a prime waterfront location at Yacht Haven Grande and will have a mix of indoor and outdoor seating, and views of Charlotte Amalie Harbor. The bright open-air space also makes a great backdrop for weddings, live music performances and events.
Navy Beach St. Maarten will serve as the brand’s new flagship and opens at Yacht Club at Isle de Sol which is home to 40 megayacht berths. The lagoon-front, two-story space will feature water-view dining, a gaming area, daybeds overlooking a swimming pool and a tropical landscaped patio. For cocktails head to their Sky Deck which overlooks the marina for a tropical outdoor tipple and of course, to see an epic sunset.