Crown Point is a good base for exploring The Shallows, a submarine plateau at about 50 -100ft,
Tobago has uncrowded, inspoilt, largely unexplored, unique scuba diving experiences. Its teeming reefs, canyon walls, and startling rock formation.
Favoured by angelfish, dolphins, pelagics, sharks and turtles.
Mt,Irvine Wall drops suddenly to approximately 60 ft, this is home to African pompano and Eagle rays, Lobsters, Morays, Octopus, and Orange anemones.
Arnos Vale Reef is similar to Mt Irvine Wall and drops approximately to 40 ft.
It consists of large coral and sponge- encrusted rock formation, favoured by Atlantic torpedo ray, spotted moray and potted snake-eels.
There is a Game Fishing Classic held in February / March, Kingfish Tournament is in June and a Funfishing Tournament held in November. For information about these Tournaments please contact Trinidad and Tobago Game Fishing Asssociation. Try entering the Carib International Gamefish Tornament, held each year in April.
For deep sea fishing Charters are available; The catch can be African pompano, Barracuda, Blue Marlin, Grouper, Kingfish, Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Tarpon, Yellowfin Tuna and Mackerel. Prices for a party of say six people can range from US$200.00 per to $500.00 for up to eight hours. Bone - Fishing is less. There is even a Tournament for kids.
Store Bay, Pigeon Point Mt. Irvine, Turtle beach; Tuition or hiring a Kayak is available at many hotels on Tobago or Chaguaramas Kayak Centre.
Arnos Vale, Mt Irvine, Pigeon Point/ Buccoo Reef, Store Bay.
There is excellent scuba diving at Arnos Vale, Buccoo Reef, , Culloden Bay and Mt Irvine. There training and Charter operators available.
WATERSKING / WINDSURFING
Pigeon Point. You may contact the Windsurfing Association of Trinidad and Tobago.
There are a number of Yachting Marinas built to enhance this business including both the building and the repair of Boats. There are races in May and July and August.
Contact information is available from Trinidad and Tobago Yachting Association.