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Old 09-09-2015, 09:55   #1
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16°10'32.4"N 61°06'40.7"W Any One Been There?

Looks like A nice place off the beaten track.

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Old 09-09-2015, 11:13   #2
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Re: 16°10'32.4"N 61°06'40.7"W Any One Been There?

Its a marine reserve, meaning you have to pay one of the tour companies 65 euro to get there.
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Re: 16°10'32.4"N 61°06'40.7"W Any One Been There?

Figured as much , active captain has no information . Thought that was odd . To bad , looks like a very nice little spot .

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Re: 16°10'32.4"N 61°06'40.7"W Any One Been There?

Or from the Saints you can take the ferry:
The shuttle boat to Terre de Bas leaves every morning from Terre de Haut and takes a 15 minute crossing. It leaves from the main peir
The round trip costs 6 euros, inquire at the bar to confirm times, (Leaving 7.30, 8.30, 9.30, 11:20; return 10.45, 11.45 am and 15.15)

Much cheaper than taking a tour
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Re: 16°10'32.4"N 61°06'40.7"W Any One Been There?

Official regulations (French, use google translete..): Règlementation - Réserve Naturelle de Petite-Terre

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- Prohibition anchor. A row of 10 white is moorings available to boaters, 5 blue and white moorings are reserved for professionals licensed to serve Little Earth
I couldn't find a cost associated with the mooring balls

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