The location of this early West Indian town was determined by a source of fresh water (nearby springs), good anchorage plus an area where ships could be easily careened (hence the name Carenage), for cleaning and repair. The sand spit sank sometime during the 1850s. Remains are visible from the premises of the Grenada Yacht Club.
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