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Montauk’s Navy Beach sets sights on Caribbean

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The popular Hampton’s seaside bar and restaurant Navy Beach has announced a partnership with IGY Marinas to open venues at Yacht Haven Grande in St. Thomas and Yacht Club at Isle de Sol in St. Maarten. 

“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,” stated Navy Beach partner Frank Davis in a company press release.

Navy Beach St. Thomas is expected to open in December at Yacht Haven Grande. There will be seating for more than 100, an outdoor lounge and a 20-seat bar, all with views of Charlotte Amalie Harbor. 

The opening of Navy Beach St. Thomas will be followed by two new sister concepts in neighboring venues along the waterfront promenade at Yacht Haven Grande: ISLA Cantina, a Mexican eatery opening late this year with an indoor-outdoor bar and overwater dining patio; and Sylvette, a French-Mediterranean neighborhood bistro opening early 2020.

Navy Beach St. Maarten is expected to open as the brand’s new flagship in early 2020 at the Yacht Club at Isle de Sol, which has 40 megayacht berths. Following a multimillion-dollar redesign of this lagoon-front facility, Navy Beach St. Maarten will offer indoor-outdoor elements and will be able to host events for up to 250 people in a two-story venue. 

Navy Beach Montauk opened in 2010 on a private beach overlooking Fort Pond Bay. Its fish-centric menu focuses on sustainable seafood and local seasonal produce, and its philanthropic efforts support the Navy SEAL Foundation, for which it has raised more than $175,000 since 2013, according to the company. 

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