St. Anne Island is the centerpiece of this beautiful marine park, and nearby Moyenne, Round, and Cerf are just as scenic. During World War II St. Anne served as a base for a contingent of Royal Marines stationed there to defend the port of Victoria in the event of an enemy attack. In the early 19th century, the area was a busy whaling port. Today, cruising in St. Anne Marine National Park is a delightful foray into the wonders of Nature, with superb snorkeling and swimming, and a number of restaurants where you can dine out and savor the local cuisine.
Moorings are available for a fee on the south side of St. Anne Island. Anchoring is permitted in the park.
Dinghy dockage: No dinghy dockage is available.
Swimming and snorkeling are the main attractions of the park. The turtles are relatively tame and will swim around you in a friendly way, providing a chance for some underwater photography. Ashore on St. Anne, Moyenne, Round, and Cerf islands are restaurants serving Creole and haute cuisine.
No facilities for yachts are available.