Marigot Bay - St. Lucia
04 February 2012 | St. Lucia, West Indies
Marigot Bay is a beautiful small anchorage. It is hard to see until you are right on it. It is said a British Admiral hide a bunch of boats in here by putting palm fronds on the masts and the French just sailed on by!!
We toured the bay area by having lunch at JD's Mangrove restaurant and then visiting the shops. The actual village is a bit of a walk up the hill so we decided to skip it. Madeline and I found a hair salon and we both got hair cuts - the first since we left!!!
This is a beautiful place to stop but there really isn't anything there other than a few restaurants and several charter companies. It's worth it for the scenery!!