March: Books, Beats & Best of Bitter End

North Soundings is back! Each month we're highlighting the best of Bitter End, plus introducing new ways to capture the Caribbean spirit at home. 

The Wind in the Willows Cover

What we're reading: The Wind in The Willows 

"Believe me, my young friend; there is nothing-absolutely nothing-half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats."

Read along with us as we rediscover the Kenneth Grahame classic that inspired our motto at Bitter End. First published in 1908, it details the story of Mole, Ratty, and Badger as they try to help Mr. Toad after he becomes obsessed with motorcars and gets into trouble. Don't have it in your library?

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Bitter End Beats






Cruise to the Quarterdeck... This sophisticated yet relaxed mix captures the vibe of our Quarterdeck Mariners Lounge overlooking the North Sound. 





Bobby Hutcherson Swing into smooth sailing with to jazz vibraphone and marimba legend Bobby Hutcherson. Hutcherson took the vibes to a new level of jazz sophistication throughout his long career.