Bonaire, Underwater Archeology, Shipwrecks and Artifacts, Anchorage of Lac Bay, 1915

Lac Bay is a shallow anchorage used since the time of the Arawaks (Lac area), it is probably the oldest anchorage of Bonaire. In the nineteenth century is built a Watch House to second the Willemstoren and Spelonk Lighthouses in preventing ship strandings.

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  1. like it, but the name is Lac Bay, not Lake Bay!Ria

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