Cooper Island is a unique boutique-like resort stretched out along a gently sloping beachfront. Everything moves at a relaxed and easy pace at Cooper Island. Never rushed, pressed, crowded or urgent, from the amazing dining experience ashore to the very private snorkel site at Cistern Point your day will progress at your pace.
Tall cliffs will first greet you as you approach the anchorage area and your desired mooring ball location. Amazing water clarity will reveal a grassy bottom being explored by sea turtles and a variety of fish.
Snorkel just off the back of your vessel or launch the dinghy for a short ride to Cistern Point. Equipped with smaller blue mooring balls for dinghies, this snorkel site offers sloping bottoms, varying depths, and the undersea activity to keep you busy observing and exploring your way around the point.
Legends of Rum
After a wonderful meal you can retire to the signature rum bar where tasting, sampling, and learning about the distilled spirit of the Caribbean can transport you back in time 300 years to share the moment with your boat mates and legends of Rum.
Guide to the British Virgin Island: Cooper Island
Cooper Island Beach Club has 12 hotel rooms, a restaurant, rum bar, coffee shop, solar-powered brewery, and gift shop. Facilities are open to guests, day visitors, and yachts using the nearby moorings. Manchioneel Bay features 30 mooring balls that accommodate vessels up to 60 feet.