5 top anchorages we loved in the Caribbeans - Sea TV

5 top anchorages we loved in the Caribbeans

Marigot Bay, Saint Lucia 

Saint Lucia is full of lovely anchorages, Marigot Bay is the most popular, lies on the Northern part of the Island. This Sheltered creek has it all: 

Natural trails will guide you through the rainforest where you can find the rare parrot on earth.

Inside the Harbour mooring boys & small marina. Anchoring is prohibited. http://www.marigotbayresort.com/marina

Max draft 2m 

VHF Ch12

Max length 14m

Anchoring inside is prohibited 

The entrance is marked by a large starboard hand light buoy and the entrance channel through the outer bay is marked with IALA B channel markers. The entrance channel carries a minimum of 8m (25ft) of water into the inner bay.

Princess/ Admiralty Bay, Bequia 

A large and well-protected bay with the main town of Port Elizabeth occupying the NE corner.

You can anchor SE close to the village. there are also mooring services. 

Saltwhistle/ Carnash Bay,  Mayreau Island

A scenic Caribbean anchorage Sandy beach, palm trees, clear turquoise water

You can anchor on sand & weed. There are some buoys.

Tobago Cays Marine Park area has one of the most beautiful turtle observation reserves globally and fantastic coral reefs.

Petit Saint Vincent 

is a small, private island developed as one of the most exclusive resorts in the southern Caribbean. They welcome cruisers ashore if not overly full. An excellent anchorage with good snorkeling near the reef.

You can anchor in 5-7m on sand. Care is needed from the reef.


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