Monday, October 22, 2012

The Harbor at La Passe on La Digue

We will be tied up in the tiny harbor of La Passe on La Digue for the next couple nights.
 Although small, the harbor is a busy place when we arrive.
This seems to be the commercial hub of the island!

Not that there aren’t areas of perfect peace very nearby. 
 

Next post: Sunset from La Digue
Previous post: There is Beauty all Around Felicité and La Digue

More Seychelles posts  

2 comments:

  1. I will be sailing around the Seychelles this August and I am curious about anchoring in La Digue Harbor. Was it difficult to anchor there? It is hard to get a sense from pictures on the web.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Oh how lovely! It's really a beautiful place. La Digue is a fun island - gorgeous beaches and an interesting little community with good dining options. It was one of my favorite spots. We were anchored right in by the shore, which was a little tricky because we were traveling with several boats and the harbor already had quite a few anchored there, so it was really tight to move around. Once we were in place we actually tied the boats together (ours and others) because there wasn't any space to swing. (I think that's usually how they handle it.) However, if you don't mind coming in a little farther with the dingy, there seemed to be lots of space to anchor further from shore. Of course, this was four years ago, so things may have changed.

    ReplyDelete

It is good to hear from you!

All comments are moderated, so it may take a bit before your comments are posted, but I look forward to hearing what you have to say.

Please come back and visit www.thetravelgal.blogspot.com again.