Charlestown Bay 

3.5 (11 ratings)
  • 12° 42' 23" N, 61° 19' 43" 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
    Available
  • Snack
    Available
  • Water
    Available
  • Dock
    Available

User reviews (11 ratings)

  • Sven und Melanie  www.blue-water-travel-sailing.de
    Sven und Melanie www.blue-water-travel-sailing.de ~ 01/06/2021
    Meerlust | Sailboat ~ 16.45 m

    Nice safe place, anchor holds very well. Entry Be very careful at night, most boats have no lights. Anchor at 5-3 meters, a lot of chain, because gusts can come, we were there at 40 kt, very safe! Place has a bank, many small shops, a few restaurants by and for sailors. Leave space in front of the dock, the ferry comes several times a day! www.blue-water-travel-sailing.de

    Schöner sicherer Ort , Anker hält sehr gut. Einfahrt Nachts sehr vorsichtig agieren, die meisten Boote haben kein Licht. Anker auf 5-3 Meter , viel Kette , da Böen kommen können, wir lagen bei 40 kt dort, mega sicher !!! Ort hat eine Bank, viele kleine Läden, ein paar Gaststätten von und für Segler. Vor dem Dock platz lassen, das Fährschiff kommt mehrmals täglich !! www.blue-water-travel-sailing.de

  • Vera & Jeroen ~ 07/05/2021
    Philos | Sailboat ~ 10 m

    Very rolly! And the ferries don't make it any better. We moved further left into the bay at the svg coast gard, 1 night, many gusts of wind but a bit quieter than in front of the hotel! The holding is good. Go to Anse guyac south! Good holding, not rolly, no gusts! Nice beach and land turtles.

    Very rolly! And the ferries don't make it any better. We moved further left into the bay at the svg coast gard, 1 night, many gusts of wind but a bit quieter than in front of the hotel! The holding is good. Go to Anse guyac south! Good holding, not rolly, no gusts! Nice beach and land turtles.

  • Oliver ~ 19/02/2021
    .. | Sailboat ~ 11 m

    Very nice place and for two days only cruisers here, we loved the tranquility ashore but on board less relaxed; Arrived with steady 20 kts ENE and gusting down the mountains >30 kts. Rolling first 2 days not too bad but on day 3 we moved due to rolling. Leave space to both concrete jetties, ferries run multiple times a day. They turn around, drop anchor and moor stern-to. Super nice walk to The Pool; go up to Radio masts and following the road to the windward side of the island. 35 minutes walking and we spent some time on a beach we had for ourselves. Holding was good. Cheap beer EC$5 opposite of Veggie shop. Nice coffeebar Capt. Phil for breakfast/lunch operated by Scots sailors. Snorkel spot in N of Grand Bay not worth it. And unfortunately lots of plastic in water. Tamarind Beach club is now Soho, opens 1 March 2021.

    Very nice place and for two days only cruisers here, we loved the tranquility ashore but on board less relaxed; Arrived with steady 20 kts ENE and gusting down the mountains >30 kts. Rolling first 2 days not too bad but on day 3 we moved due to rolling. Leave space to both concrete jetties, ferries run multiple times a day. They turn around, drop anchor and moor stern-to. Super nice walk to The Pool; go up to Radio masts and following the road to the windward side of the island. 35 minutes walking and we spent some time on a beach we had for ourselves. Holding was good. Cheap beer EC$5 opposite of Veggie shop. Nice coffeebar Capt. Phil for breakfast/lunch operated by Scots sailors. Snorkel spot in N of Grand Bay not worth it. And unfortunately lots of plastic in water. Tamarind Beach club is now Soho, opens 1 March 2021.

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