The Rebuilding Process

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Temporarily Closed for Repairs

Due to Hurricane Irma, Oyster Bay Beach Resort and our sister property Coral Beach Club are currently closed. Thankfully, all of our resort guests and staff are safe. Unfortunately, the resort suffered major damage and will remain closed until repairs can be made. We plan to rebuild the resort as soon as possible. We are looking forward to the day when the resort will be restored to its original beauty and serenity. We can’t estimate when the resort will reopen at this time, but we will continue to update this page as progress is made.

Please donate to our Island Staff

On September 6, 2017, Hurricane Irma made a direct hit on the Island of St. Maarten. Oyster Bay Beach Resort was hosting 148 guests at the time. Several staff members remained at the resort to take care of guests and ensure their safety rather than attend to their own homes–many of which were severely damaged during the storm.

We have established a GoFundMe page to collect money to aid the resort staff to address their personal loses. The donations will be collected and distributed directly to the staff, in accordance with their needs, by the resort managing directors Josh Gold and Mike Dolente. The needs will be assessed by the Oyster Bay Beach Resort’s senior management team residing on St. Maarten. They will make recommendations as to the disbursement of the funds. The urgency of this funding cannot be overstated–the island is trying to emerge from the Hurricane damage, and many have little to restart their lives. There are many whose homes are so damaged they are seeking shelter from us at the resort. Please consider donating to these selfless individuals, many of whom you know so that they can restore safety and security to their homes.

Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Please visit GoFundMe.com/OysterBay or click on the button below.

https://www.gofundme.com/oysterbay/