Last year on our way south we spent some time here at Terre-de-Haut and was excited to revisit our old favorite spots and also explore other areas of the island. Our first order of business was to clear customs which is very simple here. There is a kiosk located in the Les Saints Multiservices (LSM) building and only costs a couple of Euros to clear. In addition to checkin, LMS maintains the moorings, has laundry, WiFi, drinks and you can purchase potable water for your vessel from them. Basically, everything that cruisers need.
Once clear and legal, we took off and hiked to Ft. Napoleon. As all forts in the Caribbean, this one sits high on top of the mountain overlooking the entrance to the harbor. It is only 374 feet above sea level but is one of the highest points on the island and has fantastic views from three sides to keep them safe from unwanted guests. On the way up to the fort Tim decided to move one of the casualties of the road from getting totally smashed. The fort is well preserved and has a really nice museum. These are a couple of fort pictures and Renée modeling one of the hats used by fisherman of the day.