After a good (and maybe a short!) night's sleep, lulled by the gentle rocking of the boat, you set off towards Marigot Bay, just a little further south.
This ancient hideaway of weather-beaten pirates is a small, deep and lush bay, where you can swing through the coconut palms on the end of a rope while other members of your party sip cocktails on sunbeds on the beach or take a look around the marina and the larger yachts moored up to the single jetty there.
After a while, you head for the enchanting isle of Saint Vincent. Depending on your preferences, you let yourselves be bewitched by Cumberland Bay or Wallilabou Bay, with their beaches of volcanic sand edged with coconut palms. As the water is nice and deep here, you will moor your boat with its aft to the beach, and looking out to sea. The locals will come and help you moor up, directly to one of the numerous coconut trees.
Nature lovers will be able to enjoy this unspoilt island, off the tourist track. When night falls, the bays echo with the sounds of animals hidden amongst the vegetation on land.