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Northbound Ile Fourchue, St. Barths Southbound

Ile Fourchue is a very small Island between St. Martin and St. Barths, belonging and closer to the latter. It has largely been denuded of vegetation by the islands only residents: goats. It has a wonderfully protected anchorage which is encircled by the arms of what appears to be a collapsed caldera. There are mooring balls provided free by the French and a small stony beach where you can go ashore. The snorkeling is spectacular.

Ile Sourchue
Ile Fourchue
Eaux Vives at Ile Fourchue, St. Barths
Eaux Vives at Ile Fourchue
Underwater at Ile Fourchue, St. Barths
Underwater at Ile Fourchue, St. Barths
On the moorings, Ile Fourchue, St. Barths
On the moorings, Ile Fourchue, St. Barths

 

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