Although Jost has only about 200 permanent residents including the living legend Sir Foxy, it draws many yachts to its ports: busy Great Harbor with Foxy’s restaurant, cozy Little Harbor with its bleating goats & Sydney’s pub and Diamond Cay with the Bubbly Pool, sea turtles & Foxy’s Taboo pub.
But the prettiest is White Bay with its long pure white sandy beach and no docks. The approach has two small channels to cross the reef that protects the beach and provides a safe snorkeling area. It’s good to arrive early due to the limited number of mooring balls – but no shortage of beach bars.
The turquois water is inviting. It’s a nice walk from one end of the beach to the other; from One Love to Ivan’s quiet corner.
But you either take your dinghy in to the beach or swim; there are no docks. That’s whys it’s called the:
Or, sometimes because the view is so tranquil you relax on the yacht.