Soggy Dollar Bar Web Cam – Jost Van Dyke

Do you want to go to a place where your only options are to drink, lay in hammocks or possibly play the ring toss game…that is if your balance has left you like your inhibitions? I thought so.

Welcome to the Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke, arguably the top beach bar in the BVI if not the entire Caribbean. Its just a short boat ride north of St. John and west of Tortola.

The Soggy’s webcam is the focus of this week’s webcam post. Enjoy the view. I try, but it usually just makes me angry because I’m not there. Cheers!

Let me know if you’ve been!

Cheers to the Salt Life,

By |2010-04-18T19:07:46-04:00December 27th, 2009|British Virgin Islands, Island Webcams, Jost Van Dyke|12 Comments

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Just a salty pirate looking to explore and document the wonders of the Caribbean. Professional blogger, rum judge, consultant, marketer, and consumer of blue water beauty.


  1. Heidi January 16, 2010 at 3:26 pm

    Great site Ryan! You are not a true islander until you have had a bushwacker or a bbc!!!! And you must get the bushwacher on Anegada at the Big Bamboo on Loblolly!!!!!!!!! But first you must go to the Anegada Reef Restaurant and pick your lobster for dinner! Look for Dennis the customs and immigration officer on the island and ask him to hook you up with a tour and fishing!!!! The best island in the BVI’s!!!!!!

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    RumShopRyan January 18, 2010 at 8:41 pm

    Hey Heidi,
    Thanks for sharing! You know I’m glad you mentioned Anegada. I think people forget about it because is just a little north and out of the way from the rest of the BVI. You always hear about Tortola, Virgin Gorda and Jost, and Anegada gets forgotten. Maybe that’s a good thing though. The true treasures are the ones not over run my resorts and tourism. I like to keep them a secret. Cheers!

  3. Wayne October 23, 2010 at 11:07 am

    Arrrrrr the BVI what a wonderful place I have to say. The SOGGY DOLLAR Bar was our favorite in the islands. We loved Jerry & Trish we ended our sail around the BVI there. we meant to see more but the beauty of waking up and looking out the port window towards the beach was one AWESOME sight!!!! I woke everyone on the boat for a swim and a “painkiller” well we made a few friends and 72 “painkillers” later we went to the pink house for margaritas and more ring toss with our new friends. good thing our dinngy captain was used to driving in those conditions…..

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    RumShopRyan October 24, 2010 at 9:31 am

    Thanks for the comment Wayen. Sounds like you had a great BVI experience!

  5. Diane June 5, 2011 at 12:40 pm

    Been to the Islands a few times thanks to my ex-husband. We stayed with his close friends Mike and Roberta Haver on their 72′ yacht the Ayacanora. Berta makes the best painkillers and bushwackers along with serving up exceptional meals to die for! They are usually out on charter but made time on several occasions to allow us their company. They picked us up at Molly Malone’s and from there we sailed and motored our way to various Islands out to Anegata and back. When anchored at Norman Island we would make our way over to Willy T’s Restaurant and Bar where I collected my bottle of Rum along with several T shirts over the years. 🙂 The Baths are a must see and the view is breath taking from the restaurant at the top of the island. But the place I love the most was Jost Van Dyke, with Foxy’s around the corner , the Soggy Dollar Bar on White Bay Beach gets my #1 vote. Nice bar, food, music, warm tropical breeze, clean white sandy beach to walk, prestine warm water and a hammock to relax in. Just add friends and what more could you need? Due to the fact my ex has closed his motorcycle shop down for about two weeks I suspect he and his girlfriend are in the islands right now with his buddy Captain Mike celebrating their 60th birthdays. I am there is spirit. Diane

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    RumShopRyan June 6, 2011 at 9:07 pm

    Thanks for the great comment Diane! Sounds like you know the islands well. Cheers!

  7. BETTY A June 9, 2011 at 10:12 pm

    My husband and I had the pleasure of visiting the Soggy Bottom Bar on a Windjammer cruise. we stayed all day even after the ship sailed around and we asked & got the owners to take us into town in their jeep to meet the ship.It’s a beautiful place, you’ll want to stay a long time there when you plant your toes in the sand and start having a few drinks.

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    RumShopRyan June 10, 2011 at 8:57 am

    Thanks for the comment Betty. That is the only negative I see about the Soggy Dollar and Jost….Leaving.

  9. chris July 12, 2011 at 6:54 pm

    Just got back, was at Soggy on Thursday. This is one of my favorite bars in the whole world. This was my third time. It rained most of the week and all in all I was pretty dissaponted with the trip this time because of all the rain, but we left for Soggy on a rainy morning anyway, figuring a rainy day there beats sitting at the dock in Tortola. It continued to rain as we pulled into the harbor, but the sun came out the minute we hooked up a mooring and was out the rest of the day!!!!

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    RumShopRyan July 13, 2011 at 9:38 am

    Funny how being on Jost makes the sun come out. Thanks for the comment Chris! Cheers!

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