Tobago Cays yacht charters
The small group of deserted islands known as the Tobago Cays is a splendid destination for yacht charters. The Tobago Cays are an archipelago comprising five small uninhabited islands - Petit Rameau, Petit Bateau, Baradol, Petit Tobac and Jamesby - located in the southern Grenadines. Each island has fine white sand beaches, particularly Jamesby Island.
Tobago Cays s are protected from the rough sea by the Horseshoe Reef, which creates an ideal dive site. Beginners should snorkel the east beach on Petit Bateau, where the waters are shallow and calm. More experienced divers might enjoy exploring the coral reef, where there is an abundance of brightly colored reef fishes and lots of turtles; however, the water can be choppy at times, particularly as boats pass.
The beach in Baradel is the best turtle watching location. The area is protected, and you may swim with the turtles and get some excellent underwater photographs of them.
The area is a designated conservation area called the Tobago Cays Marine Park. Its mission is to protect and conserve this fragile ecosystem. As such, fishing is not allowed, nor are water toys such as jet or water skis. Yachts can anchor behind Horseshoe Reef and around the islands in sand only.