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Admiralty Bay, Port Elizabeth (Anchorage)
I read a recent report on yachtdoris.blogspot.com that there are mooring bouys available at EC$100/3 days. Apparently "Phat Shag" and "African" are the names of the official mooring boys.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 30-Jan-2009
Be careful of your dinghy here. Dinghies have a habit of untieing themselves from the dock and floating out to sea, only to be rescued by some local good samaritans who will demand a tidy ransom for the return of the dinghy.
The authorities were quite unsympathetic when we went to report the matter and insisted that we pay the man for his gallant deed.
Otherwise, it is one of the most beautiful anchorages in the Caribbean.
The Frangipani restaurant is a must.
They also make traditional boat models here that should not be missed.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 20-Oct-2008Howard [ Just Imagine ] 20-Oct-2008
Frangipani Restaurant (Restaurant)
At one of these dinghy docks along this shoreHoward [ Just Imagine ] 20-Oct-1981
Check in procedure (Formalities)
Acording to yachtdoris.blogspot.com the new ESeaClear system was not operational in January 09 so paperwork needed to be entered manually.
Queue at the customs window first, before Immigration which is located in the same place.
Doris paid EC$70 for a cruising tax.Howard [ Just Imagine ] 30-Jan-2009