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Barbados Sights

The Careenage

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Updated 02/27/2014

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In the early days, Bridgetown's natural harbor was where schooners were turned on their sides (careened) to be scraped of barnacles and repainted. Today, the Careenage serves as a marina for pleasure yachts and excursion boats, as well as a gathering place for locals and tourists alike. A boardwalk skirts the north side of the Careenage; on the south side, a lovely esplanade has pathways and benches for pedestrians and a statue of Errol Barrow, the first prime minister

of Barbados. The Chamberlain Bridge and the Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge cross the Careenage.

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Address:

Bridgetown, St. Michael, Barbados

Updated 02/27/2014

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