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Our to 5 St. Lucia Bars are:

Spinnakers

On Reduit Beach in Rodney bay Spinnakers is a great beach bar for both land tourists and cruisers alike. Reduit is a beautiful beach with a little reef at the end. So after a drink or two go cool off with the fish. The beach is white and tan. The water is deep emerald green and the anchoring out front is very good.


Coastline Beach Bar

This bar is on the south east corner of St. Lucia. It is on Sandy Beach and a perfect place to chill for the day. Being on the east coast it isn't very cruiser friendly. If you are a land tourist its a great place to go and watch the big Atlantic waves crash on the beach.


Dream Lounge

Still on Rodney bay but it's on a diffrent beach. The channel to head into the Rodney Bay IGY marina seperates the beach. It's a local spot and their is always music pumping. The sand and water is just as beautiful as Reduit.


If you are a cruiser looking for piece and quite anchor a little south. The music is loud and local.


Cane Bar

In the shadow of the Petit Piton, Cane Bar is on Jalousie Plantation beach. You have to go their. You must see the Piton and this bar. They country named it's local beer "Piton" so if you don't make it down their your St. Lucia trip was a total fail.

It's also a great spot for cruisers. You can moor or anchor your boat a little off shore and dinghy onto the beach for a drink. From personal experiance the piton is one of the coolest things i've ever seen.


Capella

While Capella isn't directly on the beach the location is amazing. It's in a tiny hurricane hole and their always a few super yachts in port. Their are lounge chairs and table. They also have little pods to sit in that are pretty trendy. Everyday they open the rum cave for the best selection of rums around.


Just a little bit down the boardwalk you can take a little water taxi over to Marigot Bay beach. Here some random local will come by and offer to make you a drink. You should take them up on it. They pour heavy on this beach.



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