Cruising Along Salt Whistle Bay, Mayreau

For crowd-free cruising in the Caribbean, it’s hard to beat the clear and calm seas that surround Mayreau. The smallest of the inhabited Grenadine Islands, Mayreau has less than 300 residents and one of the region’s most stunning anchorage’s in Salt Whistle Bay, an absolutely idyllic crescent of white sand lined by soaring coconut palms.

Traffic jams here? Yeah, you’re looking at one.


*Photo credit: Flickr user Scott Griffith.

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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