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Location

Lying just nine miles to the south of St. Vincent, Bequia is the largest of the Grenadine islands. Its traditional boat building and fishing industries are are still active.

There is a daily cruisers' net on Ch 68 at 0800.

Position 13° 00'27"N, 61° 14'45"W (bay entrance)

Clearance

See SVG Formalities for full details on clearing into and out of St. Vincent & the Grenadines.

As Bequia is used to yachts, so clearing in at Port Elizabeth is straightforward.

The Customs and Immigration offices are in the building marked 'Bequia Revenue Office'. It is opposite the ferry dock.

Customs are open every day, including Sunday, but do close for lunch (re-opening at 1300) and close end of day at 18h00.

Be sure to clear in as soon as you arrive to avoid any problems. All payments must be in cash.

Last updated:  February 2019

Customs
Tel:457 3044

Docking

Admiralty Bay:
This is a busy bay with lots of boat boys competing for your business.  It's very sheltered and can accommodate a large number of yachts. Mooring buoys are available in addition to a small marina, or you can anchor either side of the central ferry channel. Be aware of the depth and be sure to leave plenty of room for the ferries or you will be moved. If you use a mooring, dive down to check it - you may be surprised. Because of the crowding you may end up a long way from shore.

To the SW of the ferry dock there is a pair of large red and green buoys - nothing to do with port and starboard - the tanker moors between them when it comes in, so keep well clear.

There are several dinghy docks available around Port Elizabeth.

Garbage facilities are by the market at the northern end and water is available from a floating boat/barge.

Tony Gibbons Beach:
Also called Princess Margaret Beach, this anchorage may be a better option although break-ins have been reported here in the past.

Friendship Bay:
Another good anchorage located on the south-eastern side of Bequia. It is a short distance over the hill from Lower Bay. This sheltered bay provides a secure anchorage for yachts with good holding in sand, but watch out for the small moorings on the east side of bay. The bay is also sometimes affected by bad swell. It also offers excellent snorkelling, scuba and windsurfing conditions.

Note: West Cay, at the far south west of Bequia, is shown as being 2 cables further west than it actually is on the Navionics electronic chart.

Communications

The local VHF channel for hailing - which is locally monitored - is channel 68. Every morning at 0800, Cheryl from the Fig Tree Restaurant runs a cruisers net on this channel.

Security

In recent years, thefts from yachts has been a problem in this area. Most incidents are similar, that is, while the crews are ashore for dinner or excursion the yacht is burgled - however some yachts have been boarded at night while people are asleep on board.

The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines periodically puts patrols in the area, but the patrols do not appear to remain in place for long.

Be sure to close all hatches and lock your boat when going ashore, and secure any loose items on deck and in the dinghy. It is even better if someone can remain on board. Follow safety guidelines for dinghies and outboards.

It is also advisable to lock the boat and hatches during the night whilst sleeping.

Yachts should avoid anchoring within easy swimming distance of Princess Margaret Beach or the abandoned Plantation House Hotel. See security reports adjacent.

Last updated:  February 2019

Bequia Marina
Admiralty Bay , Lat 13° 0' 47" Long-61° 14' 11"
Tel:(784) 458-3272/3246 Fax:(784) 457-3157 ,VHF Channel 68
Stern-to docking; marine railway, 40 ton capacity.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Feb 27, 2019 09:10 PM

Reported by the Caribbean Safety & Security Net:

DATE: 2019-02-08 10:00
Country Name: SVG
Location Detail: Bequia Admiralty Bay- Port Elizabeth
EVENT: Theft
HAND: 1
Stolen Items: Shoes, flashlight and pump
SECURED: Not Locked
DETAILS: Shoes, a flashlight and the pump were stolen from the unlocked locker of a dinghy at the public/Government dock in Admiralty Bay. Another dinghy at the same dock also had a tool kit stolen from an unlocked bow locker the same night. A report was made on the local VHF net, no police report was made.

Neill Hogarth
Neill Hogarth says:
Feb 08, 2019 12:53 PM

Spent a night anchored off Tony Gibbons Beach. We were not met by any boat boys. We were not directed to any buoys. Customs closed for lunch but opened punctually at 13:00 Both the customs lady and immigration man were friendly and helpful. They did not want any crew lists. They stamped our (EU) passports with six month visas. Customs cost about EC$ 75 and immigration was free. They took payment in Euros. The whole process took about 15 minutesand no one minded that we both came. The locals are really friendly and no one pressured us to buy anything. A SIM card for 30 days with 8GB of data was about EC$110 and they installed and activated it. Welcome to paradise

Pauline Lamb
Pauline Lamb says:
Jan 10, 2019 11:37 PM

Bequia – Port Elizabeth
A lovely stay in Bequia – good food, bustling village and lovely setting. Moored on a well serviced and robust mooring provided by “Phat Shag” for 10 days over Christmas. Going rate EC$50 per night and helpful, polite and responsive service provided. Picked up 450 liters of water EC$200 from Daffodil – floating yellow boat. Found local fruit and veg very expensive to buy, but choice of restaurants great – good meals at Mac, Lauras, Fig tree, Jacks beach bar.

Palzur
Palzur says:
Jan 21, 2018 07:56 PM

There are some taxi drivers, that can take you for a 1 hour tour in the island.
We didn't know that they also want tip at the end (extra for the payment).
So, because we didn't tip the driver he told the navy that we have illegal drugs on board.
The navy took us from a restaurant, where we ate, to the boat and searched for an hour... after it they release us back to shore...
It was really unpleasant!

captadamhauck
captadamhauck says:
Jan 18, 2018 08:53 PM

Customs does not use SeaClear, closes at 18:00, and is CASH ONLY.

Maria
Maria says:
Jan 12, 2018 08:33 PM

Bequia
We arrived in Admiralty Bay late December 2017. It was very busy here with lots of boat boys competing to help you take one of their buoys. We decided to anchor and anchored below the monument,good holding but you need to drop the anchor in a sandy patch.

We stayed here 4 days at anchor and then took a mooring buoy for another 4 days, owned by Mr Blue Sky. It cost $40 EC per night and they were good mooring buoys - we checked them and they are concrete based.

Groceries:
Doris’s food store was expensive, best left for special occasions.
Good supplies at xxxx supermarket and they have a hardware store on the first floor.
Laundry by Daffodil, 3 large loads (including sheets, beach towels, clothes) with next day return for just $75EC - VERY impressed. They will also take your garbage for $5EC. There is no recycling here for sailors, except on the streets for general use.
You can negotiate when buying at the street fruit/veg stores, ask the price first before agreeing to purchase or you will get stung.
I forgot my flip flops, so had to buy some - the price started at $30EC and I got them down to $15.

Food and drinks:
The Plantation Hotel has a lovely bar and restaurant, friendly staff and not too expensive. Go during happy hour.
We went to Maria’s cafe but were disappointed by the service.
Good food and service at Mac’s.

Services:
Gas (LPG) can be refilled by Dockside Marine and we collected the next day. They were very helpful and gave directions to other places that may have had spares we needed.

We really liked this place, such a lovely feel to it. We did a trip around the island for $70 USD for 4 people. Went to the historic canon site, the top of the hill and the turtle sanctuary (disappointing, apparently it’s better when the owner is there to explain things).

Maria
Maria says:
Dec 26, 2017 02:28 PM

Friendship Bay
Anchored for 4 nights over Xmas 2017 . It was quite rolly with heavy swell coming into the bay. There may have been a decent dinghy Pontoon here previously but there is now a large concrete super yacht pontoon which is too high to get onto from your dinghy. There is a lower part around the side but be careful not to get your dinghy wedged under the concrete.

The hotel here is lovely and the staff were very friendly. Food was great. All prices were in USD .

Wmklein
Wmklein says:
Aug 28, 2017 05:45 PM

Customs is open every day, including Sunday. We arrived Saturday evening and waited on the boat until Monday morning to check in. They were NOT happy with us. They said we could be fined up to 5000 EC, but he let it go this time. We won't make that mistake again.

Noah D.
Noah D. says:
Jun 30, 2017 01:31 PM

The CSSN has received a recent report of tools and spares stolen from a dinghy while moored in the Admiralty Bay area. Please remember to properly stow and lock any loose items while away from your yacht or at night. There have been multiple reports in recent years of theft in this area.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jan 14, 2016 03:46 PM

Update on Moorings by Chris Doyle via the St Vincent and the Grenadines Cruisers Facebook Page:
Most guys in Bequia are now charging $60 EC a night for their balls (and whatever may happen to lie underneath them). Remember they are not regulated, have no legal standing so unless you check them with mask and snorkel there is no guarantee of reliability.
Tobago Cays Marine Park is now running the moorings in Salt Whistle Bay, same charge. These are new so should be OK but you would be very wise to check for yourself.

TMBittel
TMBittel says:
Apr 22, 2014 12:02 PM

REFRIGERATION REPAIR Daniel's Refrigeration not in business- retired. Good refrig technician is Sam Saville 784.529.1682

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jul 22, 2013 12:05 PM

Jeff has given more details about this burglary in a report posted adjacent dated June 2013.

jeffdentel
jeffdentel says:
Jul 18, 2013 01:28 AM

June we were anchored in Bequia, the first night we had a person board our boat while we were asleep and entered the center window of the catamaran and stole several electronic items. We contacted the police, they came out to the boat and spent 2 hours writing a report. We tried to get a copy of the report before we left but they wouldn't provide us with a copy. They said we would need to email them and request a copy. We have emailed and called and still can't get the report for our insurance company.

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