The small sail boats and dinghys that bob close the coast of Dennery make it apparent that this destination is one of St. Lucia's fishing village. Sailing, of course, goes hand-in-hand with fishing, so tourists headed to this destination will find it easy to plan some time off of dry land.
If you simply want to experience some time on the open water, without the cost and responsibility of sailing on your own you can join an excursion. Check out the listing below for names and phone numbers for area boating excursions.
|(758) 716-6540||Downtown Castries|
|(758) 519-8586||Sandals Halcyon Beach St. Lucia - Choc|
|(758) 584-6392||Downtown Castries|
Whether for a day sail on your own or a week-long excursion hosted by a local captain, there are several charter companies in and around Dennery that handle all different types of charters. You may have to call around to a few places to find just the right combination of yacht size, price, and offerings for you, but it most certainly is waiting for you.
If you're thinking about chartering a boat, you can contact one of these companies:
|(758) 459-7783||Maurice Mason Street - Downtown Soufriere||Saint Lucia|
Clearing customs is necessary and must be done at an official port of entry in Marigot Bay, Rodney Bay, Castries, Soufriere, or Vieux Fort. At any of these locations you can dock your boat, meet with a customs official who will review your paperwork and the passport of each person aboard your boat, and collect any necessary fees. From there you'll be able to continue on to Dennery where you may be able to find somewhere to anchor in Dennery Harbour. The better recommendation is to book a slip at a marina, which you can find in Marigot Bay, Rodney Bay, and Castries.
Starting to research traveling to Dennery using your own boat, or a vessel you charter elsewhere? See the table below for summary information concerning area marinas.
|Seraphine Road - 0.7 mi. (1.2 km) North-Northwest of Castries|
This fishing village is without a doubt the perfect destination for tourists looking to spend as much of their time as possible at sea. Whether a quick day sail or a trip in from international waters is on the agenda, you can make it all happen here.
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