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Cascade Bay is the dramatic northeastern pier of the island and the main maritime access point. It provides plenty of entertainment as the days’ catch is unloaded ready to be enjoyed.
Cascade Bay is a beautiful coastal enclave and like most areas of the island, it is filled with historical significance. It was once a popular whaling station resulting from American influences and today, it still serves as the main maritime pier, alongside its southern neighbour Kingston. It is a hive of activity and filled with dramatic scenes when supply stocks come in via crane or as local fishermen return from the day’s work.
Come and see for yourself, making sure to bring along a picnic and enjoy the action unfold as you marvel at the high seascapes, take in the salty air and lose yourself in the sparkling turquoise waters ahead.