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  1. September 23, 2015 at 3:40 AM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Store Bay info Sept 2015:

    * Store Bay Marine Services is no longer, seems John closed up in Aug. Neighboring business’ near his said they did not think he was reopening. What a shame to lose that resource here. I’m not sure if it was his business that installed the moorings, but there are a dozen new moorings, free of charge at this time. There is also ample anchorage in good holding sand, 20-40′ if all the moorings are taken. The front row seems to be used primarily by the local tourist boats, all the other rows open to yachties.

    Markets: Jimmy’s on the main street is the best stocked nearby, while the Penny Saver Market is a 30 min walk towards the city or a quick cheap cab ride. Largest in the area, but not as well stocked as what you can find in Trinidad.

    LPG: the only place on the island is at NP by the airport. We threw our bottle in a rucksack and walked it in 25 min. Just go around the airport past the bottom of the runway by the water, and the NP station is just on the other side of the runway.

    Taxis: they are cheap if you are on the main road, but will charge extra if they pick up or drop off anywhere other than the main road. A taxi into Scarborough from Store Bay should cost 7TT/person and takes 20 min or so. Just stand on the side of the road and wait. Shortly a car will beep or flash the headlights, that is your cab. There are no signs identifying it.

    Clearance: We had no problem clearing in from here. The officials in Scarborough were friendly and helpful.

    Food: Numerous food stalls along the beach or restaurants in town, of all prices. The BEST Bake and Shark sandwich (a local Tobagonian dish) are by Jackie. Find her M-F 8-1 at Gourmet Doubles next to the petrol station or F-Sa nights at the purple cart on the corner by the flea market. All other bake and sharks pale in comparison to hers!

    Petrol/Diesel: A short walk up the main road with your cans, and a taxi ride back. Ask the driver to deviate off the main st to drop you by Bago’s Bar close to your dinghy.

    Water: is hard to source here as there are no taps anywhere nearby. Mt Irvine Bay just around the corner has a tap on the public beach with good water. This was the closest and easiest we found, and a pleasant 1hr sail around Buckoo Reef made hauling water longer, but more enjoyable.

    Jet Skis: mostly insane on weekends and holidays. Don’t swim too far away from your boat as they like to use the moored boats as a slalom course…

    We had no problems with crime, theft, or even getting hustled on the streets while we were here.

  2. September 5, 2014 at 3:39 AM
    Data Entry2 says:

    Tobago, Store Bay.

    The jet skis are back! You wrote they were banned, but they are not anymore. They are driving us crazy going in circles around the boats. The most horrible invention. Anyway, a warning for cruisers, Store Bay is not quiet.

    There are jet skis and the glass-bottomed boats often play blaring music when they go in and out….but the jet skis are the worst nuisance in the bay. They even use them one hour after dark, which is dangerous as well.

    Also just a note, on Open CPN, Store Bay is not marked and we didn’t check Google Earth before leaving and were headed to Charlotteville. Due to weather, we pulled into Store Bay, but we had to guess it was Milford Bay. Might be a good idea to write both names for those who use Open CPN. They are next to each other and don’t actually know the difference.

    Linda
    Catamaran EBO

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