After a two-day anchorage at Sainte-Anne, waiting for good weather and working on the boat (it always keeps you busy!), we entered the next leg of our voyage along the beautiful mountainous coasts of the Gaspé Peninsula. After 33 miles of sailing, we reached Saint-Louis Bay, where the village of Saint-Maxime-du-Mont-Louis is located. Above the village is the 455m high Mount St. Louis, named after the French King Louis IV, who ruled at the end of the 17th century, when the first settlers from France established their post here.

Sailing under the jib with a good west wind
La Martre de Gaspé Lighthouse
A small village with a church nestles on the shore
Approaching Saint-Maxime-du-Mont-Louis
Sain-Maxime Church and Saint-Louis Mount give the name for the village
CTD cast in the Anse de Mont-Louis
The plot of CTD cast in a low tide

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