On Thursday 8th May we motored for about 4 miles into a NE wind with Ne swells, not to be recommended but we arrived at the anchorage of Saline Bay, a lovely long sandy beach on the Island of Mayreau, part of the Tobago Cays Marine Park. The Island is only 1.5 square miles in total so we did the walking tour and found a small friendly Island with an abundance of bar/rum shops and restaurants, a few t-shirt vendors and handicraft outlets catering to the Cruiser trade. There are small cruise ships which visit anchoring out in the deep water and then ferry all the tables/chairs/ food/drinks/people onto the beach, apart from the t-shirt salespeople on the beach we couldn’t see how anyone made a living from them. The snorkeling was excellent and we enjoyed four days here.
Always plenty of churches and children x