Ocean 362 Moves Up Opening Date; Seaborne Partners with JetBlue

View from Ocean 362
View from Ocean 362

How many of you miss that view? Well if you’re lucky enough to be on island right now, you won’t have to wait much longer.

Gallows Point Resort announced Monday that its long-awaited restaurant – Ocean 362 – will open its doors to the public tomorrow night. (The restaurant previously announced it would open this Friday.) The sunset lounge will open at 5 p.m. Wednesday and dinner service will begin at 5:30 p.m. Ocean 362 will be open nightly November through April. It plans to close on Sundays May through October. The restaurant’s dress will be resort casual.

Ocean 362 will be headed by Ramesh Pillai, an internationally-recognized chef known for his creative and innovative cuisine. Ramesh, who will serve as both chef and an owner/partner, will serve contemporary American fare that will feature gourmet-style, health-oriented dishes.

Click here to view the full menu.


Seaborne Airlines Logo

Seaborne Airlines also made a big announcement this week. The St. Croix-based airline has signed an interline agreement with JetBlue. This is what the airline had to say:

Seaborne Airlines today announced that an interline agreement facilitating connections at Luis Munoz Marin Airport in San Juan, PR (SJU) to and from all JetBlue Airways flights at SJU has launched.  With the agreement, baggage can be checked at either JetBlue or Seaborne and bags will be transferred without having to be rechecked. Additionally, Seaborne Airlines tickets will be sold on jetblue.com and both JetBlue and Seaborne will be able to issue each others boarding passes in the coming weeks.

Prior to the agreement, JetBlue only permitted connections with Cape Air.

Last summer, we printed a couple of stories with tips on how to find the best airfare. Click here and here to read those stories.


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