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The town itself is an excellent provisioning stop as well as lovely to walk around and it should not be missed. The architecture of the older buildings is reminiscent of French colonialism, the nonchalant joie-de-vivre personality for which French culture is so famous echoes throughout the city, bakeries are constantly turning out fresh baguettes, cafes with outdoor seating.
Warning: quite a lot of surge from the ferries
Moor: there are a few moorings for visiting yachts.
Anchor: away from the ferry approach and docks; under the old fort is very popular prohibited anchoring area in front of the southern tip of the Fort St. Louis peninsula.
Ashore: Fort de France is connected by ferry service from most other parts of the bay and there are bus services as well. large supermarket, plenty of pharmacies, bookstores, internet cafes, and just about anything you might think to need.