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March 10, 2010

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tillerman

Bequia is one of my favorite islands. Moonhole is a bit off the beaten track but definitely worth a visit and a tour if you are on Bequia. You can even stay in some of those houses built in the rock.

Marie Gagnon

For those of you who like photography, the best time to take pictures of Moon Hole from the sea is late afternoon. Unfortunatly, we were sailing in this area early morning, so the light was very challenging. Thanks for posting my Moon Hole picture here and to give me credit for it.

bowsprite

that is beautiful!

SVG

The grenadines in my opinion offers some of the best sailing grounds in the world. There are many fabulous sites throughout the islands, Moonhole is one of many.

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