Yacht Charter Favorite Willy T Returns to British Virgin Islands
Floating restaurant William Thornton, also known as the Willy T, was a casualty of Hurricane Irma in 2017. After some back-and-forth with the government, it has now returned, which you can read about here.
The William Thornton was moved from “The Bight” at Norman Island to its new spot: Great Harbour on Peter Island. Willy T is a famous favorite of the yacht charter crowd. On board, charterers can chow down on honey-stung chicken and conch fritters along with select adult beverages. Be sure to purchase a Hurricane Irma T-shirt created to commemorate its brief absence, and read more about this BVI must-visit spot on the NJ Charters Blog.
With 35 years of experience in crewed yacht charter as both a yacht charter broker and yacht charter crew as Chef, Missy Johnston has a wealth of knowledge, most gained from personal experience on which she draws for every blog written. Missy has traveled and cruised extensively in many of the worldwide yacht charter destinations, providing excellent first-hand knowledge and the opportunity to take photos in many off the track locations to include in all her blogs and itineraries. And, of course, extensive cruising and time spent as yacht crew gives Missy terrific knowledge about what constitutes comfortable cruising and how to create the best charter experience and itinerary possible taking into consideration wind, weather, currents and tides. Having been a charter chef, Missy understands your onboard cuisine needs and can help guide you in completing your provisioning information for the best onboard charter cuisine.