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Sailing, Yachting, Water sports and fishing around Tobago

Watersports: All the usual water sports can be found in Tobago, including jet skis and water skiing. Trips in glass-bottomed boats are very popular. Some fine reefs entice divers from around the world, and snorkelling for the more sedate is also popular.

Fishing: Every type of fishing tastes can be catered for from shore to deep sea. Fish caught include; Kingfish, Spanish mackerel, wahoo, bonito, dolphin fish and yellow tuna.


Sailing: Several tours can be made around the Island, and we tried several as we filmed around the Island. Travelling along the coast with the wind in your face as you tack along is always exciting.
Normally lunch is provided on board and there is ample opportunity for sailing, skippering and snorkelling.




We joined our glass-bottom boat at store bay and headed out for Buccoo reef, watching the fish beneath us as we passed overhead, then over the side for a snorkel. You can see the beauty of the French Angel tussling for a piece of food, but look at the masses of broken coral around them. Most of it is dead.


We landed for lunch which was waiting our arrival. A mixture of fish, chicken and local vegetables made for a delicious meal, followed by limbo dancing, swimming, jet skis and dancing on the beach.

Cricket: As with all the other Islands in the Caribbean, Tobagonians love nothing better than an afternoon of cricket and enjoys a wealth of talent in this most English of games. Check events at. Queens Park

Two championship 18 hole courses are currently available.

The Mt. Irvine Bay Hotel & Golf Club and the new 18 hole Tobago Plantations Golf & Country Club course cater for the more professionally minded holidaymakers. As I have said on more than one occasion, the only reason I can think of for making  golf courses is to give sanctuary to wildlife, and to that end I welcome them.
(Okay so I'm a lousy golfer, but the wildlife bit is true.)

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Mount Irvine Bay Hotel & Golf Club     Tobago Plantations Golf & Country Club


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