Atlantic Circuit,  Caribbean

Next stop in the Grenadines – Mayreau

January 18-21, 2021

After we had stayed in Bequia for a while we continued south. We first stopped at Canuoan. But we only stayed there one night as it was extremely gusty and we barely slept that night.

We continued down to Mayreau and Salt Whistle Bay which was so pretty! The bay was a bit rolly so we put out a stern anchor and anchored close to the shore. What we read is that this bay is usually very crowded but as there is so few boats in the Caribbean now we could just choose our spot as we wanted.

On the way down to Mayreau we “caught” a fish on the hook. It grabbed the hook but almost immediately after we lost it. We guess it might have been a Barracuda.
The view from our boat in Salt Whistle Bay at Mayreau. A very beautiful place!
We walked ashore, and look at the watercolor!!

An abandoned hotel…

Salt Whistle Bay is protected by a small piece of land from the Windward side.

Dramatic weather incoming…
One day we took a run/walk around the island.
The church on the highest point of the island.
Behind the church was a great view over Tobago Cays.
We walked over to Saline Bay.

We handwashed a lot of the laundry we had. Cannot think of a better view for the laundry to dry at??
We had some barbecue, drinks and played games at the Last Bar Before the Jungle with Sanuti.

After two very nice nights in Mayreau we finally would sail on to Tobago Cays, which we heard so much amazing things about!


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