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Amazing lobster dinner, boatside!

A few years back, we anchored a bareboat charter sailboat in Saltwhistle Bay, and had Richard... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2018
Beetle G
Raw and Beautiful: A bit like Gilligan’s Island.

We were ashore for our first beach day, sailing the S.V. Mandalay. Saltwhistle Bay reminded me of... read more

Reviewed 3 September 2018
jrossmrv
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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This pristine tropical bay and its beach are protected from rough Atlantic waters by a small piece of land that extends out into the ocean.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We moored in Saltwhistle Bay overnight and were tremendously disappointed. One of the most beautiful bays and beaches in the world is well on the way to being history. One side of the bay is completely occupied by a variety of shacks selling the usual...More

Thank David P
Reviewed 14 October 2018

A few years back, we anchored a bareboat charter sailboat in Saltwhistle Bay, and had Richard Williams of Last Bar in the Jungle deliver us lobster dinners to our boat. It was an amazing experience...freshly caught lobster, one each; plus salad and other sides. The...More

Thank Beetle G
Reviewed 3 September 2018

We were ashore for our first beach day, sailing the S.V. Mandalay. Saltwhistle Bay reminded me of Gilligan’s island with leaning palm trees in the pristine cove and some accommodations tucked strategically away in the trees. 8EC purchased me a beer and access to a...More

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Reviewed 1 August 2018

Saltwhistle Bay is a must visit. If on a yacht charter (like BlueFoot Travel does) it will certainly be a destination we including in our itinerary, so definitely ask you charter crew to stop there. During high season the mooring balls get full very quickly...More

Thank BlueFoot_Travel
Reviewed 24 May 2018

We stopped in Salt Whistle Bay while on a bareboat charter originating in Grenada and fell in love. The bay is gorgeous and the people are so nice. We spent the day at one of the little beach bars (Coconut Tree), drinking rum punch and...More

Thank Trish D
Reviewed 15 May 2018

* a bit crowded as there were a lot of catamarans anchored * beach and water conditions were great..no sea weed * bar had adequate beverage choices * had small market selling food items, produce and souvenirs not a bad place to while away a...More

Thank shiwshiw_f
Reviewed 14 March 2018

This beach is the definition of a caribbean beach. Crystal clear warm water, soft sand. No crowds. Nice people. And lets not forget the last bar before the jungle. A most for all yachties out there.

1  Thank DanielBerube
Reviewed 14 March 2018

This beach is the beach that daffiness postcard beaches. Crescent shape, crystal clear water. No crowds. Do go! If you are in for some night life, go to the last bar before the jungle.

Thank am_lieb246
Reviewed 11 March 2018

The beautiful place with clear water and sand beach. The narrow neck with palms. The yacht paradise. Must see.

Thank zima2
Reviewed 3 March 2018

This is as pretty a beach as you will visit in the Caribbean. The island has 300 people and is accessible only by boat. We were on the 300 passenger Windsurf and there are only 300 people on the island. Snorkeling was fair , but...More

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