Superyacht Charter Trinidad & Tobago

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Trinidad and Tobago are a colorful pair of sister islands in the Caribbean that are well known for their rich culture of dance, music, and celebrations. Their classic Caribbean atmosphere showcases turquoise waters that lap upon the golden sand and picturesque coconut trees swaying in the balmy breeze.

Look no further if you are seeking a luxury yacht charter to a destination worth celebrating; a luxury yacht charter in Trinidad & Tobago is the perfect vacation destination. These colorful sister islands are well known for their rich culture of dance, music, and celebrations. Lying northwest of Venezuela in the southern part of the Caribbean, the two islands birthed the classically Caribbean steel-drum sounds of calypso and soca; each boasts unique qualities. There are few places to have more fun during a luxury yacht charter than Trinidad & Tobago.

Both have strong ties to the United Kingdom, but African, Indian, Chinese, and French influences can be found ashore. These island nations are notably industrialized and relatively modern for their Caribbean location. Still, both maintained their pristine island beauty for you to enjoy during a Trinidad and Tobago yacht charter.

Carnival in Trinidad and Tobago

A signature of these two main islands is Carnival. Initially brought by French settlers, it has been adapted to its current form. This celebration is held on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday in the Christian calendar and is widely associated with calypso and soca music. Individuals dress in costume and parade the streets dancing and playing music.  The atmosphere is festive and the party can last into the wee hours. This experience, combined with the luxurious amenities of your charter yacht, will promise an unforgettable experience filled with song and dance. Carnival defies description with pulsating music, spectacular costumes, and a euphoric atmosphere.  Bring your dancing shoes and join the party before heading to the tranquil island of Tobago for something more relaxing.

Port of Spain

When the celebrations end, Trinidad has much more to offer. Port of Spain, the island’s capital, is ripe with activity. There is an array of cultures busting to life here; you can navigate cathedrals, temples, and mosques that stand side-by-side, showcasing the true melting-pot nature of this island. Trinidad is also home to a myriad of beautiful beaches. Along the island’s north coast, you will find powdery, white sand beaches lapped by crystal clear waters that provide a stunning backdrop for relaxation during a Trinidad & Tobago yacht charter.

The island of Tobago

Smaller and less intense, Tobago is home to many treasures as well. The craggy landscape of the north is due to volcanic origin, while the southern setting is flatter and made of coralline limestone. The lush, tropical rainforest of Tobago is perfect for exploration during a Trinidad and Tobago yacht charter. Golf is a popular pastime in Tobago, which features two well-known courses, Mount Irvine Hotel Golf Course and Magdalena Grand Hotel and Golf Club. If you venture further inland, the Gasparee Caves are also a key attraction, with their blue grottos and awe-inspiring caverns.

Tobago has a very different landscape from that of its larger sister. The island is undoubtedly quieter, with more wildlife, empty beaches, and secluded coves. Buccoo Reef, a protected marine park, has fantastic snorkeling spots, and at Cotton Bay, you have the chance to see huge leatherback turtles (the nesting season is March to August). Tobago also has a lush, tropical rainforest and mangrove-fringed lagoons. Unwind and relax while receiving spa treatments at the Le Grand Courlan Resort.

If you want to enjoy a luxury yacht charter in Trinidad and Tobago, then the charter brokers at Northrop & Johnson can help. We have access to a spectacular selection of Caribbean yachts for charter, including the best yachts in Trinidad and Tobago, including motor yachts, sailing yachts, catamarans, superyachts, and mega yachts built by the world’s most exclusive shipyards. Contact our team today or browse our luxury yachts for charter in Trinidad and Tobago.

Get in touch with a yacht broker in Trinidad and Tobago

Northrop & Johnson is a leading international yacht brokerage with access to the best and most luxurious yachts for charter, including in Trinidad and Tobago. With offices in the heart of Miami, our yacht charter brokers boast unparalleled Trinidad and Tobago expertise and market intelligence. We take pride in listening to our client’s needs and crafting exceptional charter itineraries in and around Trinidad and Tobago. Rent a superyacht in Trinidad and Tobago and enjoy the ultimate vacation on the water. Contact our yacht brokers in Miami today if you want to charter a luxury yacht in Trinidad and Tobago. We will be thrilled to assist you on your yachting journey, showing you the sample itinerary before creating a unique experience for you.

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Charter Highlights Trinidad & Tobago

  • Trinidad and Tobago are home to numerous species of exotic birds and an impressive population of Hummingbirds
  • If you’re looking for nightlife, head to ‘The Avenue’ in Trinidad’s capital, Port of Spain
  • Tobago’s Argyle Falls are 175 feet high (54m) and collect in inviting pool formations - you’ll hear them before you see them!
  • If you take a dip in one of Trinidad & Tobago’s lagoons or rivers, you’re sure to notice the bluish glow of the bioluminescent plankton
  • For wildlife encounters, spend an evening at the Caroni swamp
  • The best scuba diving is found at Buccoo Reef and Nylon Pool

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Luxury Yacht Charter Trinidad & Tobago: FAQs

Where is Trinidad and Tobago located?

Trinidad and Tobago is a twin-island country located in the southern Caribbean Sea, just off the northeastern coast of South America. Together, the islands form the southernmost islands of the Lesser Antilles chain in the Caribbean.

Is Trinidad and Tobago good for diving?

Trinidad and Tobago is excellent for scuba diving and snorkeling, with excellent visibility, beautiful coral reefs, vibrant marine life, and fascinating shipwrecks to explore. Top dive sites include:

  • The MV Maverick wreck is a car and passenger ferry that was intentionally sank off Rocky Point. The wreck is now home to abundant marine life and coral sponges.
  • The Sisters, off the coast of Tobago, is a stunning underwater and abovewater rock formation home to soft corals and large marine life, including sharks, sea turtles, moray eels, and stingrays.
  • Keleston Drain, Tobago, is a wonderful drift dive along a long plain of coral boasting abundant marine life.

Where can I berth my yacht in Trinidad and Tobago?

Trinidad and Tobago has several world-class marinas for superyachts, including:

  • CrewsInn Marina, Trinidad
  • Peake Yacht Services, Trinidad
  • Coral Cove Marina, Trinidad
  • Bayshore Marine, Trinidad
  • Tobago Yacht Club, Tobago

What's the weather like in Trinidad and Tobago?

Trinidad and Tobago enjoy a tropical climate with hot, humid, and wet summers and dry, wonderfully warm winters. The islands are located outside the main hurricane belt, however, they are at risk from hurricanes and tropical storms, especially during the months of August, September, and October.

Average air temperatures

Dry Season (January to May):

  • Daytime temperatures: 28°C to 32°C (82°F to 90°F)
  • Nighttime temperatures: 22°C to 24°C (72°F to 75°F)

Wet Season (June to December):

  • Daytime temperatures: 28°C to 32°C (82°F to 90°F)
  • Nighttime temperatures: 22°C to 24°C (72°F to 75°F)

Is Trinidad and Tobago good for fishing?

Trinidad and Tobago boasts excellent fishing, especially big game fish. The water surrounding Trinidad and Tobago is rich in marine life, including Tuna, Mahi-Mahi, Wahoo, and Marlin. The islands also host several sport fishing tournaments that attract anglers from across the world. Northrop & Johnson has access to a superb selection of crewed sport fishing yachts for charter. Contact our team today or browse our luxury yachts for charter.

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