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|Sandy Lane Yacht Club & Residences (Formerly Glossy Bay Marina)|
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Humid throughout the day.
Lat12° 31' 31.8''
Lon-61° 23' 27.6''
Petite Martinique is the northernmost and last island in the Grenada island chain, and is located just 6 miles southeast of Union Island, which is in the St. Vincent and the Grenadines chain to the north. A remote and isolated outpost, Petite Martinique is a beautiful place to drop the hook, row or motor ashore and enjoy a quiet sunset meal at one of the local restaurants.
Albert Bay is the primary anchorage here, and while secluded, quiet and easy to find, it is untenable in a strong northwest to west wind.
The only anchorage in Petite Martinique is located on its northwest side - Albert Bay, shown above. The rest of the island is either surrounded by reef or exposed to the prevailing winds.
This anchorage must be approached from the west, but if you come in from either the north or south end of the island there are islands and reefs to keep clear of. Once you have cleared these obstacles, you can simply point into the anchorage and set the hook, making sure the bottom you are dropping the anchor onto is sand, not coral.
See our Local Notices to Mariners blog for updates on the latest conditions and advisories for this area.