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St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands. The Margaritaville St. Thomas Restaurant and Resort is on board as a sponsor of the 45th St. Thomas International Regatta (STIR), regatta organizers are pleased to announce. Opened in August of 2015 and inspired by the lifestyle and lyrics of Jimmy Buffett, the property, including pools, the Landshark Bar & Grill, License to Chill and 5 O’clock Somewhere Bar, is and has been a strong supporter of the Virgin Islands community.

“In light of events from late 2017, Margaritaville St. Thomas continues to have a primary focus on the community and re-build of the island. We’ve accomplished this through various efforts such as supporting relief workers, participating in road and beach clean ups, and supplying ice to law enforcement on hot days. Most important to the island is providing an oasis to locals, linemen and tourists alike to wind down after a long recovery day. The resilience of the island is stronger than ever and as Jimmy quotes the island “…Feel the stinging, I’ve been given, never ending, unrelenting…” we are VI Strong,” says Rodney Renner, general manager-resort operations for Wyndham St. Thomas, a Margaritaville Vacation Club Resort.

While the resort is currently closed for post-storm renovations, there’s plenty for Parrot Heads and STIR sailors alike to enjoy at the Margaritaville St. Thomas Restaurant, which is open. The menu is filled with local fare such as Fried Grouper and Coconut Crusted Snapper, as well as signature dishes such as ‘Cheeseburger in Paradise’. Plus the Margaritas are always flowing. Local Live entertainment is held at the Six String Stage accented by the sight and sound of waves crashing in the background.

“We are pleased to have Margaritaville St. Thomas support STIR this year. They have proven to be a real asset to the community during these tough times,” says regatta director, Bill Canfield.

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