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Rain until this evening.
Lat12° 31' 41.16''
Lon-61° 22' 22.08''
Petite St. Vincent, or PSV, as it is often called, is one of the world's most enchanting hideaways. Over its varied terrain (113-acres) twenty-two private cottages are scattered some on hillsides, some set into the sides of cliffs, some right on the beach. For most people the appeal of PSV is what it "does not have"- no telephones or television, no air-conditioning, no casinos or cabarets. Not even room keys.
Petit St. Vincent is located in the St. Vincent and Grenadines island chain about 45 miles south of the island of St. Vincent and 41 miles northeast of Grenada.
[i]Information Courtesy St. Vincent and the Grenadines Ministry of Tourism and Culture[/i]
The main anchorage on Petit St. Vincent is located on the south side of the island in a cove must north of the island of Petit Martinique. There is anchorage available on the south side of Mopion Island, but it occasionally disappears beneath the water. If you anchor on the north side of Petit St. Vincent, make sure you drop the hook in sand, not coral, and keep in mind that both anchorages are unfriendly in west winds.
See our Local Notices to Mariners blog for updates on the latest conditions and advisories for this area.