We have rented a VRBO apartment in Marigot Bay on the Island of St. Lucia. We looked all around and thought this looked like the perfect place for two sailors. Marigot Bay is a sheltered harbor with a marina, boat moorings, and a few small resorts. It is away from the hustle and bustle of the big resorts and cruise ships.
We rented the “apartment above the store” in the Marina Village (above) and can sit on our balcony and watch the boats come in all day long.
There are seasoned cruisers who have sailed in from all over the world, bareboat charter groups, and even jaw-dropping mega yachts – more on that later. Something is always going on in Marigot Bay.
There are 4 restaurants – two only accessible by water taxi or dinghy.
The red boat below goes to Doolittles, across the way.
Then there is the general ferry, which can take you to the beach, other restaurants around the bay, or to your boat.
The big nightly action is at Chateau Mygo (below). They have live music most nights – from reggae bands to a steel drum guy, who will move his drum around and play at your table – he played “Fly Me To The Moon” for us. Dinghies tie up all along the edge.
Crocs are perfectly acceptable attire everywhere, and everyone trades boating stories.
So we will leave the nightlife to the big resorts and sip a rum with the sailors as we watch the sun go down in Marigot Bay.
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Sounds so relaxing!!! Enjoy!!!
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You always find the best places! Thanks for sharing