Tobago Updates

January 2023

The Environmental Research Institute Charlotteville (ERIC) has recently installed 15 yacht moorings in Man-o-War Bay that can hold boats up to 80ft. Moorings can be booked and paid for in advance through a dedicated website, www.tobago-moorings.com. ERIC is a non-profit organization, proceeds from the moorings go towards supporting local community projects, and the moorings are inspected every three months.

Prices are as follows, in USD:
Vessels up to 40ft; $15/night for 7 days or less, $12/night for 8-20 nights, and $250/month for 21 days or more.
Vessels 41ft to 60ft; $20/night for 7 days or less, $16/night for 8-20 nights, and $320/month for 21 days or more.
Vessels 61ft to 80ft – $25/night for 7 days or less, $20/night for 8-20 nights, and $400/month for 21 days or more.
For more info on ERIC you can visit their website at www.eric-tobago.org or facebook page ERIC – Environmental Research Institute Charlotteville, Tobago
Photos courtesy of ERIC.

September 2014

Cruisers sailing to Tobago are being advised that the last remaining cardinal marker alerting sailors to position of Buccoo Reef is now no longer in place.

John Stickland of Store Bay Marine Services, Tobago, says the cardinal marker at Pigeon Point, charted position 11.11.09N 060.51.12W has now disappeared. Charts generally indicate there are two cardinal bouys marking Buccoo Reef, both of these are now missing. There are currently no bouys or markers indicating the position or boundries of Bucco Reef; therefore extreme care should be taken when navigating in this area, especially at night.

Store Bay Marine Services has moved just up the road

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Useful Links

The Tobago Cruisers Facebook page is a good resource for up to date information and upcoming events.

Online book of birds and animals of Trinidad and Tobago.