Kerry Biddle-Chadwick

Captain Oliver’s Marina Resort

Published on Friday, April 15th, 2016 by Kerry Biddle-Chadwick

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Captain Oliver’s Restaurant and the Iguana Bar

A Resort with Dual Nationalities

Captain Oliver’s is a uniquely located intimate waterfront resort set astride the French/Dutch border – a symbol of the island’s unity.

The charming boutique-style hotel, with 37 junior suites housed in 14 single storey bungalows, is

French and is nestled on the gently sloping hillside along the waterfront of Oyster Pond, while the restaurants and marina are Dutch.

The resort offers visitors a surprising mélange of peaceful tranquillity at the hotel alongside the bustling lifestyle of the lively marina with a great choice of waterside bars and restaurants. Savor one of the Captain’s many signature dishes, like one of the traditional favorites, Fisherman’s Plate – a trio of white fish, including red snapper, mahi-mahi with shrimp and Parmesan crusted potato.

Enjoy lunch or Sunday brunch overlooking the yachts in the marina, or early evening cocktails in the Iguana Bar with the stunning view of St Barths in the distance across the channel. And don’t miss their famous Saturday night grand buffet, with nightly live entertainment during the peak season, and dancing in the open-air restaurant, alongside the water.

Click on Captain Oliver’s Marina Resort & Restaurant for more information.

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