10 Beach Chairs You Want To Be Sitting In

If you’re anything like me, you let your imagination wander when soaking in the beautiful vistas of the Caribbean. Sometimes that beauty is so strong you forget to breath and get a little weak in the knees. I think that’s why the following spots have special places to sit and let the moment consume you.

The following are some special places that should you find yourself, I encourage you to have a seat and soak it all in like I did. There’s just something romantic and powerful about a old bench, a worn hammock, or a colorful chair that was specificly placed there so everyone can stop, have a seat, and enjoy the island view.

1. Sapphire Beach, St. Thomas USVI

Beach-Chair-8

 

2. Anegada Beach Club, Anegada BVI

Anegada beach hotel

 

3. Captiva Island, Florida

Captiva Island Beach Chairs

 

4. Ivan’s Beach Bar, White Bay – Jost Van Dyke, BVI

Jost Van Dyke White Bay Hammock

 

5. Holland House Hotel, St. Maarten

Holland House St. Maarten

 

6. Warderick Wells, Exuma Bahamas

Warderick Wells Exumas

 

7. Sapphire Beach, St. Thomas USVI

Sapphire Beach St Thomas

 

8. Hope Town Harbour Lodge, Abacos Bahamas

Hopetown Lodge Abacos

 

9. Castaway Cay – Northern Exumas, Bahamas

Castaway Cay Exumas

 

10. Loblolly Beach, Anegada BVI

Loblolly Beach Anegada

As I was putting this post together I couldn’t help but day dream and think back about each one of these spots. I can say for certainty that at each location the “pinch me” feeling was rolling around my pirate mind. Makes me long for more islands exploration and return visits to scenic coastlines.

If you had to choose, which place would you most want to sit down and take in the island beauty?

Cheers!
RumShopRyan

By | 2016-12-31T11:57:40+00:00 September 14th, 2015|Castaway Lifestyle|2 Comments

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2 Comments

  1. NancieM September 16, 2015 at 11:46 am

    Ryan, my favorite is any overlook on St. John. Most have a stone wall to sit upon and reflect on how lucky one is to be right where they are.

  2. mm
    RumShopRyan September 16, 2015 at 8:26 pm

    Good call Nancie. Those STJ overlooks are epic. Cheers!

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