Short of turning something up in the yacht harbors – and you’ll see plenty of posts on bulletin boards by sailors with lots of experience – there’s little work here. Unemployment is high.
Businesses are open 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday and often on Saturdays until about 2pm. Shops are open until 6pm or 7pm weekdays and until late Saturday afternoon. Touristy places will be open later and if not already open on Sunday will become so if a cruise ship is in port.
Restaurants are good until 9pm or 10pm, bars somewhat later. But this is not an island on which to party until dawn – unless you have your own boat.
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