3.1 (8 ratings)

Characteristics

  • Anchor
    Allowed
  • Mooring buoys
    Unavailable
  • Anchor stern to
    Unavailable
  • Lines ashore
    Not necessary

Type of seabed

  • Sand

  • Rocks

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

  • Beach
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Unavailable
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (8 ratings)

  • Roland — 15/03/2020
    Victoria's Ghost | Sailboat — 13 m

    Good holding in 25 feet in sand. Easy access to Bridgetown via inlet after first bridge. Dingy up to one of the ladders, trash recepticles just in the the park on your right. This anchorage is loud, pretty windy, busy with commercial locals. Nothing in town to get excited about. Bridgetown is all about cruise ships, and not about cruisers. Port St Charles is a better anchorage.

    Good holding in 25 feet in sand. Easy access to Bridgetown via inlet after first bridge. Dingy up to one of the ladders, trash recepticles just in the the park on your right. This anchorage is loud, pretty windy, busy with commercial locals. Nothing in town to get excited about. Bridgetown is all about cruise ships, and not about cruisers. Port St Charles is a better anchorage.

  • Antoine — 22/02/2020
    Eurydice | Sailboat — 12.5 m

    Apart from the extraordinary and surprising kindness of the locals, everything, absolutely everything is done here to dissuade the boater and it works ...: compulsory reception in the excessively dangerous commercial port (it is almost criminal) ultra-long formalities (the attendants are never there), mooring in the middle of the jets skis launched at full speed (forget swimming), thunderous music day and night in thatched huts or on mobile barges. (To rest after a deckchair, it is missed). No Wi-Fi. No local 4G. And in addition, it is not beautiful. It’s a city for cruise passengers in skin pants. Conclusion: only stop here if necessary ... note two good shipchandlers: Marine Power and Carter Fisherman's which equips fishing boats (very professional), if you like, the Andromeda botanical garden and the superb beach adjoining Bethsabe deserve the 80 euros AR taxi. Ah yes, it does not croch every time ... but when it is there, it is there ... (often more than 25 knots). Annex to be left in town after the bridge in the inner basin ”. It's safe (during the day ...).

    Hormis l’extraordinaire et surprenante gentillesse des habitants, tout, absolument tout est fait ici pour dissuader le plaisancier et ça marche... : accueil obligatoire dans le port de commerce excessivement dangereux (c’est quasi criminel) formalités ultra-longues (les préposés ne sont jamais là), mouillage au milieu des jets skis lancés à fond (oubliez les baignades), musique tonitruante jour et nuit dans les paillotes ou sur des barges mobiles. (Pour se reposer après une transat, c’est raté). Pas de Wi-Fi. Pas de 4G locale. Et en plus, ce n'est pas beau. C’est une ville pour croisiéristes en culottes de peau. Conclusion: ne s’arrêtez ici qu’en cas de nécessité... à noter deux bons shipchandlers : Marine Power et Carter Fisherman’s qui équipe les bateaux de pêche (très pro), si vous aimez, le jardin botanique Andromeda et la superbe plage attenante de Bethsabe méritent les 80 euros de taxi AR. Ah oui, ça croche pas à tous les coups... mais quand ça y est, ça y est... (souvent plus de 25 noeuds). Annexe à laisser en ville après le pont dans l'inner bassin ». C’est safe (le jour...).

  • Johannes — 22/02/2020
    Pelikan | Sailboat — 13.98 m

    Nice bay, good anchorage but no other infrastructure for yachts. Immigration, waste, water, laundry ... all difficult

    Schöne Bucht, guter Ankergrund aber keine weitere Infrastruktur für Yachten. Immigration, Abfall, Wasser, Wäsche... alles schwierig

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