Savannah Bay is a beautiful sandy crescent beach to the north of Spanish Town and just around the corner from Little Dix Bay. This is a great beach for lunch or a swim when the north swells are down.
There are gorgeous yet hazardous reefs protecting Savannah bay which make entering a bit tricky. In fact some charter companies consider Savannah Bay to be a 'no-go' area, so check with your charter company before venturing in.
You will approach Savannah bay from the south western end by Blowing Point. There is a break in the reef through which you will enter the Bay.
Once inside, turn to your port and proceed a safe distance off the shore to the northern end where you can anchor towards Pond Bay in 15-20 feet of water. The snorkeling in Savannah Bay is fantastic and well worth the trip.
Once anchored you can dinghy ashore to Giorgio's Table which is a wonderful Italian restaurant situated on the point between Savannah and Mahoe/Tetor Bays. There is a dock, incredible view and excellent food.