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Link to this postPosted: Tue Jul 02, 2013 4:44 pm    Post subject: Note Anchoring in Lindbergh Bay, STT?

We're thinking of anchoring in Lindbergh Bay on our last night, since we're returning from the SVI and heading back to CYOA in Frenchtown (CA/STT).

The last time we did this trip we stopped at Honeymoon Bay (Druif) on Water Island. Nice, but jammed full of boats.

I've only seen Lindbergh from the beach (Best Western Emerald Beach).

There are typically few if any sailboats anchored there.

I see that there are what looks like submarine cables in the east side of the bay.

Has anyone anchored in Lindbergh? Any tips? Any other good alternatives we're overlooking?

Seems like Brewers is another option.

Though we love Christmas Cove, Great St. James, it would add 3-4 hours of sailing to our trip. Too far.

BTW, we'll be aboard a Lavezzi 40 cat, so a slightly rolly anchorage is not a big 'ting.

Thanks in advance!
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