We also were just in St Lucia for a week, end of March. We stayed at a very small resort on the south side of Marigot Bay. My sailing activities were limited to a captained day sail to Soufriere, and bombing around Marigot Bay on a Hobie Wave
We took the local buses from Marigot to Rodney Bay and hung around there for a day.
- island was friendly, and most locals were either friendly or indifferent.
- good restaurants were relatively expensive, but usually worth it.
Hole in Marigot Bay - deluxe pub food
, usually very good. Eat, drink, look at mega-yachts. Jacques' in Rodney Bay. Just... excellent
- anchorage or mooring
available in Marigot. Moorings has a base there. Small chandlery
. There's a decent, but pricy food-store right on the bay.
- Rodney Bay looked fairly modern and well-equipped to handle any boating
need. Lots of room to anchor
, several restaurants, alot of shopping
When we finally get cruising, I wouldn't hesitate to visit there again.