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This is where our charter, Ocean Hunter, was moored. We met at the Careenage, important information for your taxi to know, by the way. Capt Robbie and Hatch helped my husband with a foot handicap get aboard the boat easily from the pier. Our taxi...More
Boats here to hv a cruise. Wasn't Me is 53' and is a fabulous cruise. Crew caters to you beautifully and number of people allow you to move around, not crowded. The food is excellent. Flying fish, chicken, salads, macaroni pie, rice plus snacks. Of...More
The Careenage is a common name for the Constitution River which runs through the centre of Bridgetown and under the Chamberlain Bridge. It has become more common for the area around the Chamberlain Bridge and Bridge House where many of the boats are moored. It's...More
After disembarking from our cruise ship we walked into the main central business district area which is accessed along a timber/ concrete walkway alongside the small boat harbour. Very pretty surroundings and worth the walk.
Lots to see and do. Easy access to shopping, food, drinks and entertainment. I visited for the Christmas and there were Christmas trees decorated according to the country. What a beautiful sight it was.
The Careenage was originally the part of the 18th century port where the sailing boats were careened - had the barnacles scraped off the bottom of their hulls. Now it is a pleasant marina with sailing boats for hire and day trip cruises available. It's...More