Tobago Cays Yacht Charter Guide
A quintet of uninhabited, unspoilt Caribbean islands
The chain of stunning jewels that spread 68 miles out from the south of St. Vincent to Grenada are the fabulous Grenadines. This 60 islands that make up this archipelago that include the beautiful Tobago Cays, are famed for beauty and has been spared the negative impact of mass tourism due to its lack of air access.
Reasons to Visit
For the superyacht traveler looking to relax, unwind and explore as many islands as possible, the quintet of uninhabited cays to include Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradal, Petit Tabac, and Jamesby that create the Tobago Cays are a Caribbean destination not to be missed. As such, mooring here is in high demand so the the Vincentian government limits the number of vessels in the marine park to a maximum of 150 so planning ahead to secure a spot over the winter months is well-advised.
This has also meant that the marine life and surrounding coastlines have been carefully preserved and able to flourish, making up the key event of the Tobago Cays Marine Park. The biodiversity in the region is truly breathtaking and divers can expect to enjoy swimming with species such as majestic eagle ray’s and sea turtles.
There are no hotels, restaurants or public facilities on any of the Tobago Cays, so aside from visiting day trippers, if you choose to anchor here you will be treated to your own private Caribbean island experience. The islands are often used as backdrops for blockbuster movies such as Disney’s ‘The Pirates of the Caribbean’ and some of the best beaches can be enjoyed on the smallest cay of Jamesby Island. Snorkelling is popular amongst the reefs of Petit Rameau Island but throughout the cays there is a selection of breathtaking places to dive.
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