Bay is the most northerly bay located at the
end of Negril's seven-mile long beach.
Bloody Bay gets its name not for the pirates
who frequented the area, but for the whalers
who butchered their prey in the waters which
caused them to turn blood red.
tells us that Jack Rackham "Calico
Jack" and his bloodthirsty pirates
including two women, Anne Bonney and Mary
Read often frequented the area until their
capture by the British in 1720.
Bloody Bay is a favorite spot for the
locals and has a Bloody Bay Bar where you
can indulge in refreshments and a local
those wishing to go out on a Glass Bottom
Boat, the Treasure Girl II is based out
of Bloody Bay.
to Bloody Bay was provided by "Sammy's