Here are some photos from Admiralty Bay in Bequia – the main anchorage of this beautiful island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. When we arrived here on December 30th, the anchorage was crowded. Nearly 300 boats were here during New Year’s Eve. This is a popular anchorage anyway because it caters to boaters. There are stores, restaurants, chandleries, a fuel barge that delivers to your boat, customs facilities, ferries, dive shops and more. In fact, that’s why we’re back here now. We have some boat work to do and mail to receive (the new laptop is on its way). It’s easier to have parts delivered here than more remote places.
Here are a sample of pictures from Bequia – I’ll probably add to this album as we process more photos here:
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I haven’t taken any 360 Panoramas here in Bequia. But, another sailor, named Honza Kudr, has taken a number of panos of Bequia (and other islands in the area). Here’s one he did from his boat deck in Bequia: