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We booked for February, and as they had to cancel post-hurricane, have requested a refund of our deposit. They are rebuilding-- thus have not filed bankruptcy-- but have not responded to multiple requests for refunds of our deposit. They have likely received insurance by now,...More
It was a beautiful boat ride from Tortola to Saba Rock. The menu had a variety of food for every taste bud. I ordered the salad with jerk chicken. A beautiful sail with great friends. While sailing you'll get to see other small islands, even...More
Saba Rock is a destination like few. Hope to see it recover from the storm soon. You can get free ice and water for your sail boat, have a wonderful dinner at the bar or on the water or relax in a room for a...More
This is an interesting restaurant and the food is certainly reasonable. But wow it was so busy it ruined the atmosphere for me.
Saba Rock restaurant is basically a tiny rock island only accessible by boat. It has a few hotel rooms and a large...More
We came over to Saba Rock from Tortola for lunch one day. Took the ferry to Virgin Gorda from Road town, rented a car from Speedy's (same guys as ferry service) drove to Gun Creek, took a boat from Gun Creek to Bitter End, then...More
I can't believe no one answered your question. This is kind of a remote area, so not a lot of people go here compared to others locations. There was/is a north sound express ferry that you could look into that... More
I can't believe no one answered your question. This is kind of a remote area, so not a lot of people go here compared to others locations. There was/is a north sound express ferry that you could look into that leaves from Tortola, or the other option is to head over to virgin gorda, taxi to gun creek and take the saba ferry from there. On the Saba Resort Website there is a phone number to call for the ferry.