Category Archives: Trinidad

From the beach I watch the brightly painted glass bottom boat ‘Cool Runnings’ carry punters to the popular Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool. Pumping from its speakers I feel the pulse of Bob Marley’s voice “One love, one heart, Let’s … Continue reading

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Early October we made the move to Tobago from the main island of Trinidad; of course with prevailing easterly winds we knew we’d have to motor-sail to get there. While Wayne stayed aboard Blue Heeler monitoring the closeness of anchored … Continue reading

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Under a self-imposed moratorium from jobs aboard Blue Heeler, we took the opportunity of the good holding at Prickly Bay to go ashore and see a bit of the island. Grenada, located at the bottom of the Caribbean islands, is 34kms … Continue reading

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Heading into our third (and final) month in Trinidad, I’m pleased with the progress we’ve made. In the heat and humidity, we’ve worked almost every day, seven days a week for the past 11 weeks (the cool evenings compliments of … Continue reading

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The hurricane season in this region runs from 1st June to 30th November with August and September the most active months. As you can see from the image to the right, Trinidad has avoided the majority of major storms over … Continue reading

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