Our to 5 Anguilla Anchorages are:

Road Bay

This is the main port for the island of Anguilla. It is also the only bay you are allowed to anchor in without a cruising permit. Cruising permits in Anguilla are with out a dobut the most expensive in the Caribbean. For a month on my 50FT Beneteau i'm looking at $3600 in fees. However if your boat is under 20 tons its a little cheeper.


The bottom here is sandy and overall the holding is good. Its a great place to go for a day trip from St. Marteen. just remember you still have to clear in and out of both countries even if you are going just for the day.


Mead's Bay

This world class anchorage is west of Road Bay and is one of the most sought after anchorages in the Caribbean. The water and sand here are second to non. If you can get in behind the point where long bay village is you should have good protection from the prevailing easterlies.


Shoal Bay

Shoal Bay is another great anchorage in Anguilla. Really any place you drop anchor in Anguilla is going to be great. The beaches are perfect white sand and the water is crystal clear. Shoal bay is nothing short of prefection; unless the wind and swell are out of the south.


Rendezvous Bay

This is probally the biggest anchorage on Anguilla and has the biggest beach. It is home to bars and hotels so their is always something to do. Its south side location gives you great protection from north swells. However the trend in the area is a southerly swell. Make sure know wether or not the swell is that way before you head over. You will have a rocky night otherwise.


Scrub Bay

Scrub Bay is located on a seperate island to the North of Anguilla. This stand alone island has an amazing strip of sandy beach with great protection from the prevailing easterly wind. Their is very little to no protection from a northerly swell. So make sure the waves are out of the east or south before heading over.

Anguilla Anchorages

Anchorages here are sandy, but a little exposed due to the islands east west configuration. A cruising permit is a must.




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