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7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

7 days discovering Trinidad and Tobago by superyacht

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Pirate’s Bay, Tobago
Day 6

Bloody Bay to Pirate’s Bay, Tobago

On the northern tip of Tobago lies the huge Man’O'War Bay. This is the perfect area to explore by yacht – your tender can take you beaches inaccessible from land. Spend the day exploring: Charlotteville is home to the fishing co-operative – and perhaps a chance to pick up supper…

Lover’s Bay is a small, gorgeous bay with multi-coloured sand and excellent snorkelling, Dead Man'’s Bay and Waterfall Bay are both remote and secluded. Finish your day in Pirate’s Bay– where marauding buccaneers used to shelter 300 years ago.

There are great snorkelling reefs offshore, and the beach is unspoilt, with just basic facilities ashore and restricted access from the land. It was here that they filmed the bulk of the 1952 film Robinson Crusoe….

Picture courtesy of Lynsey Allan/Shutterstock.com

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