Baie de Marigot 

3 (11 ratings)
  • 18° 4' 1" N, 63° 5' 30" W / See on the map

Characteristics

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

Type of seabed

  • Sand

Protection against wind & swell

Reachable by dinghy

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

User reviews (11 ratings)

  • Laure ~ 23/11/2020
    Seafox | Sailboat ~ 14 m

    Hitchhiking in Marigot Bay is very effective .. restaurants, markets, affordable shops in case of imperative shopping ..... The clearance sketch is still relevant. No longer possible on the ferry dock since the IRMA storm but within the commercial port. Very friendly but the walk among the containers is special ... 5 euros for an entry / exit

    Le stop dans la baie de Marigot est tres efficace .. restau, mar he, boutiques abordables en cas de courses impératives.....Le sketch de la clearance est tjrs d'actualité . Plus possible sur le quai des ferries depuis la tempête IRMA mais au sein du port de commerce. Très aimables mais la balade parmi les containers est particulière... 5 euros pour une entree/sortie

  • Martin
    Martin ~ 18/05/2020
    Oxalis Borealis | Sailboat ~ 11.98 m

    We spent two months at anchor in Marigot Bay during the confinement period for COVID 19. It is a very convenient anchorage for all necessary services, grocery shopping (Super U), etc. There were a few uncomfortable days in early March with northerly swell and very early during a few days of wind from the North, but it has been very comfortable most days, even with strong Easterlies. Very good hold at 2-3 meters of water. The damage of hurricane Irma is still very visible almost three years after and the many months without tourism this year are not going to help.

    We spent two months at anchor in Marigot Bay during the confinement period for COVID 19. It is a very convenient anchorage for all necessary services, grocery shopping (Super U), etc. There were a few uncomfortable days in early March with northerly swell and very early during a few days of wind from the North, but it has been very comfortable most days, even with strong Easterlies. Very good hold at 2-3 meters of water. The damage of hurricane Irma is still very visible almost three years after and the many months without tourism this year are not going to help.

  • Patrick
    Patrick ~ 13/05/2020
    TOKTOK | Sailboat ~ 11.98 m

    Compulsory passage for refueling and repairs. Super anchorage but the city is struggling since Irma damage ... Parking annex and diesel at 85 €! Long live the tax refund on alcohol ...

    Passage obligatoire pour le ravitaillement et les réparations. Mouillage super mais la ville a du mal depuis Irma dommage... Parking à annexe et gasoil à 85€ ! Vive la détaxe sur les alcools...

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