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This is not the typical tourist trap: this is a real community with big dreams and strong decisions.
From Ashton Lagoon to Belmont Salt Ponds and beach: the whole Island is full of nature.
You will not regreat.
Are you a local history lover? The History of UNION ISLAND is delivered by a unique local personality by the name of Roseman Adams, who is a Union Island gentleman known locally as "Rose". Rose conducts a tour of Union Island with a passion for...More
We were on a sailboat visiting the Caribbean with the goal being to get away from the cold in the northeast and we love the boat - the Sea Cloud - and thought little about the islands we were to visit. Great beach! Great bars...More
We stopped over at the Chatham Bay for half a day and truly enjoyed the experience. Snorkeling was nice, with the treasure trove of juvenile puffer fish on the left side of the bay (left if you are facing the shore).
Not one of our favorite islands that we stopped on our 7 day charter. Thought we were going to have a sit down dinner on the island with drinks but once we stepped foot, we were constantly harassed by locals wanting to sell us everything...More
The ship was fabulous and docked for a few hours each day to get a feeling of the Caribbean Islands. I'd recommend this holiday to anyone who is a lover of the sea and sailing. The Ship is the largest sailing ship in the world,...More