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Admiralty Bay

Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
By Dmitry Petrounin Dmitry Petrounin Section editor Profile

Discover Admiralty Bay

Admiralty Bay, on the Caribbean coast of Bequia, is one of the best known mooring sites in the Grenadines and is home to many permanently moored and visiting sailboats. The island's main town, Port Elisabeth, also enjoys a perfectly sheltered location at the heart of the bay. Edged with white sandy beaches and lovely bars where you can relax with a drink, this really is the perfect spot for getting acquainted with the Caribbean way of life. A small fort built by the French before the English recaptured the island stands overlooking the western end of the bay.

Admiralty Bay

Admiralty Bay , Admiralty Bay, Bequia , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
Admiralty Bay, Bequia

Port Elizabeth combines a relaxed pace of life with just the right amount of activity for a peaceful yet festive holiday.

© Raphael Richard
Admiralty Bay , Bequia's model boats , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
Bequia's model boats

Model sailboats, such as the ones shown here at the Sargeant Brothers' workshop and boutique, are one of Bequia's major specialities.

© Raphael Richard
Admiralty Bay , Fort Hamilton rises above Admiralty Bay , Saint-Vincent and The Grenadines
Fort Hamilton rises above Admiralty Bay

Built by the French to prevent access to the bay, the Fort did not manage to withstand British advances.

© Raphael Richard