Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa Vieux Fort
Travel Blogs from Vieux Fort
... to the East and then down the coastline. It was nice to see another area of the island. It took about an hour and the driver dropped us off right outside the stables, which luckily was on the main road. We walked in and Wayne, one of the owners, welcomed us. We were about an hour and half early so we suggested we could go find somewhere for lunch and come back for 3pm. Wayne offered to take up down the coast a little bit to a beach bar and restaurant. The place was pretty nice, ...
... organiser and cruising guru Jimmy Cornell, must be one of the most complicated rallies of all time, with multiple routes available according to the preference of the individual sailor. One of the most interesting - and certainly the most challenging - is the route via the North West Passage. We asked one of the participants, Australian Michael Thurston, just why he was taking it on. The first reason was plain when I inquired into his past sailing experiences. Heck, he had ...
We've got two more days at sea before we arrive at Fort Lauderdale. It feels like we are on our way home now - boo. Top Gun is being shown again on the open air screen by the pool. Like it or not the sound is on full blast so you've got few options if you do not want to watch it. I decided to sleep instead and had the weirdest dream about two ambitious Sisters of Mercy. They were great rivals as both wanted to become the Mother Superior in ...
... high into the mountains in order to see spectacular views of the north side of St Lucia. Hydrea (Hydi) and Derek were our tour guide and driver today. The road we were on was extremely narrow and winding, but Derek was a great driver as he maneuvered our bus through the steep climbs. Hydi was quite a character keeping us laughing while giving us the high points of their culture. We enjoyed panoramic views of the harbor and city, stopping at the ...
... of breakfast at the Seaside Cafe, trying not to overeat unnecessarily. At 10.30 AM, we do the meet and mingle with the Cruise Critic group, donating our Australian Animal coasters and stubby holder, and getting a letter opener with an archer from Nottingham. This is followed by the Cabin Crawl, where we see how the other half live in suites with balconies, with hot tubs on the balcony, and the wing balconies on the stern, as well as lesser cabins, with ours ...