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Rodney Bay Marina

St. Lucia
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IGY Rodney Bay Marina is so much more than a Marina! Located close to many of the island's hotels, it's a place to meet friends, chill out and enjoy the many world class amenities on site. At Rodney Bay Marina, it's all about what you're in the mood for! Fancy sushi while you look at the sailboats? Or a great local lunch with a view of the megayachts? How about icy cold beer and cocktails on our waterfront deck with its bars, cafes and friendly buzz of patrons? Perhaps you're yearning for a luxury spa treatment with a bird's eye view of Rodney Bay lagoon, or even a quick mani-pedi. Whatever your idea of the perfect R&R, Rodney Bay Marina is a great destination to slow down, take a moment and enjoy the maritime vibe. So whether you arrive in St Lucia by boat or by plane, make sure to visit Rodney Bay Marina, where the sunsets are spectacular and there's something for every taste!
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Reviewed 6 days ago

We used Rodney Bay as our base for a barefoot cruise. There is everything here you need, from charter companies, restaurants, bathrooms and showers. Grocery stores, hotels, dive shops are within walking distance. There was a fishing tournament going on when we were there, it...More

Thank Rob D
Reviewed 21 August 2017

We walked across to the marina a few times, but it was particularly lovely in the evening when the sun was setting. It is a clean and tidy area, and some very nice boats floating about also.

Thank Nunngo
Reviewed 21 July 2017

Very nice place for dinning and enjoy the sunset in St Lucia. We got a nice sushi restaurant, i dont remember the name, its just next to cale ole. Super meal, great place with other restaurants and stores.

Reviewed 18 June 2017

Spent 2 nights on a mooring ball in Rodney Bay Lagoon My $20 US fee got us access to good wifi, a nice little pool and hot showers in an airconditioned space. Nice to dry off and not start sweating immediately. A nice little grouping...More

1  Thank sandmrhodes
Reviewed 10 March 2017

This is the first time have been to St Lucia. I need some work done on the boat after a few rough days at sea. I was helped on to the dock and from their the service just got better. These guys(and Gals) really know...More

2  Thank Sailorman12345
Reviewed 23 February 2017

You can visit the Marina even if you don't have a boat. We drove in and parked in the car park and had a wander round and bought some refreshments. I was also able to get some stamps for postcards from the Marina office. We...More

3  Thank Andrew C
Reviewed 12 February 2017 via mobile

Went for a walk round the expensive boats!!! Lovely setting. Also dropped in past one of the cafes for a beer and some cheesecake. Very nice all round.

1  Thank AlanG1967
Reviewed 26 January 2017

We absolutely love going down to Rodney Bay marina when in St Lucia. It has a great atmosphere and is a lovely place to watch the world go by.Lots of bars and restaurants to choose from.

Thank Johnlobster
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Good to stroll and enjoy the boats. Plenty of mid price restaurants to enjoy and an ice cream parlour that does a great range. One of our favourite spots for lunch

Thank Lyn W
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Rodney Bay Marina is a lovely place to visit in St. Lucia anytime but I was here while the Arc (an annual sailing race) was going on and it was very lively with approx. 150 boats that had sailed from Gran Canaries to St. Lucia...More

1  Thank projectno
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