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The site of the new Navy Beach at Yacht Haven Grande in St Thomas.
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Hamptons Favorite Navy Beach Is Coming to the Caribbean

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - October 11, 2019

The popular Navy Beach eatery in The Hamptons is expanding with two locations in the Caribbean. 

Navy Beach, which launched in Montauk in 2010, will be debuting outposts at a pair of Caribbean marinas: Yacht Haven Grande St Thomas and the Yacht Club at Isle de Sol in St Maarten. 

The new locations are the product of a partnership with Island Global Yachting. 

Navy Beach St Thomas will open in December with outdoor seating for 100 guests and a 20-seat bar with views of Charlotte Amalie. 

Navy Beach St Maarten will be opening in Simpson Bay in “early 2020,” according to the company, following a multimillion-dollar redesign of the lagoon-front facility. 

The two-story venue will include a 20-seat horseshoe-shaped bar and a waterfront dining area. 

Navy Beach is thrilled to partner with IGY on its brand expansion into the Caribbean,” said Navy Beach partner Frank Davis. “To share our beverage, dining and event experiences with vessels and guests who have not stayed in the Hamptons or had the opportunity to enjoy Navy Beach, is very exciting for us.”

The opening of Navy Beach St Thomas will soon be followed by two sister concepts: the Mexican eatery Isla Cantina, and the French-Mediterranean bistro Sylvette. 

Isla Cantina will open in St Thomas in “late 2019,” while Sylvette is slated to make its debut in early 2020.

“This initiative is the launching point of entirely new levels of hospitality for yacht owners and charter guests in the Caribbean,” says IGY Marinas CEO Tom Mukamal. “Navy Beach’s proven track record of success in Montauk combined with IGY’s global destinations and brand will be leveraged to offer unique lifestyle experiences at our Caribbean destinations.”

— CJ

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