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9 of the most iconic yachty watering holes

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Cobra's Bush Bar and Botanical Gardens, Dominica

Moor up in Portsmouth Harbour and opt for a traditional rowing boat to explore the Amazon-like Indian River. Vibrant, deserted and tranquil, some parts of the river were used for the Pirates of the Caribbean movies.

Bush Bar is a hand-crafted bar set at the heart of a beautiful botanical garden — the epitome of barefoot luxury, it offers a reservation only lunch menu of Dominican favourites alongside teas, juices and rum cocktails. The brave with opt for The Dynamite, the Bush Bar's strongest rum-based beverage that will have you weaving back to your row boat.

It's the perfect spot for a laid-back drink surrounded by the sights and sounds of the Indian River's lush green rainforest — a must for anyone discovering Dominica by superyacht.

Pictures courtesy of Facebook.com / Cobra Tours & Yacht Services & Instagram.com / @de_siree

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