Although we hated to leave the Petites, we needed to check in to Union Island, The Grenadines as another blow was coming and we were anxious to get to a secure/protected anchorage. To check in we anchored at Clifton a bustling small port with a cosmopolitan atmosphere and is the center of yachting in the southern Grenadines. The harbour is crowded with boats and our plans are to get papers cleared in and move on. As is typical, no sooner is your anchor down, the boat boys are on you.
The anchorage at Frigate Island, just over a mile from Clifton is a quiet well protected anchorage and for some reason not many boaters have discovered it yet. Construction was started on a large development, including a 300 berth Marina. The company went bankrupt and the project was stopped. The major town here is Ashton which is local and delightful. This proved to be one of the better anchorages in our travels thus far.
The streets where very neat and clean.
These people are rich enough to have a cow!
Hope you can read this!
Seems like a nice place to live.
If you get your magnifying glass out you might just be able to see Broulee anchored over by the first small mountain.
The waterfront property leaves something to be desired.
This is a little hard to see, but it's a starfish - I promise I will get a better one for you. Bye, Bye Frigate Island - we had alot of fun.