Average 4 stars from 1 user reviews.
No anchorage in the inner part of the bay all taken up with mooring Bouys, it’s also a hurricane hole, can anchor in outer part of the bay holding in places suspect
by Caroline Muddle on 01 January 2019
Lovely enclosed bay surrounded by beautiful green hills and mangroves around the inner harbour. Several restaurants / bars in a pretty upmarket environment (this place is popular with the superyachts.) It's possible to anchor in the outer bay on either side of the entrance channel but we thought the 30 US dollars / night for a Marigot Marina mooring ball in the inner harbour was well worth it - you get use of the hotel facilities, including free use of it's lovely swimming pools and loungers where we spent some time very happily. As you approach the bay, call the marina on VHF and let them know you're after a mooring and they will come out in their rib and show you where to go / help you tie up. If the local boat boys approach tell them you're going to the marina or they will take you to one of the local buoys which apparently are of dubious quality and may cost you more. They will also tell you, most likely incorrectly, that all the marina buoys are taken!