At the western end of Virgin Gorda, literally the "bitter end" of the BVI, you will find a wonderfully protected sound, with the famous Bitter End Resort as main attraction. The Bitter End Resort offers marvelous upscale villas on the hillside, but is also very accommodating to sailors. In fact, you can sign up to learn sailing or do a combined villa/sail holiday working with the resort.
The resort offers a fun pub, outdoor big screen tv if you insist on catching back up on the real world, several boutiques, and a small provisioning store. You and buy ice, water and fuel. There are several restaurants to choose from if you need a break from cooking aboard your boat, ranging from relaxed to posh.
The North Sound is wonderfully protected by several islands, including Prickly Pear and Richard Branson's exclusive Necker Island, making it an excellent anchorage and area for water sports. The Bitter End Yacht Club has a fleet of sailboats for day sails and for learning to sail. It's easy to spend several days in this nice area of Virgin Gorda.
In the middle of the sound, on what used to be a rock with a tiny bar on it, is The Saba Rock Resort. This red-roofed building has a nice patio bar and restaurant that offers good drinks and decent food. It's a great place to dine if the Bitter End Resort is a bit to "resorty" for you.
The Bitter End is an excellent stop halfway through your charter to relax ashore, enjoy the beach and resort amenities, and get ready for the upcoming sail to Anegada.