Sailing by on Sal Darago: Landlubbers Again
At the time there were few direct flights from Trinidad to the UK, but Virgin flew direct from Tobago. We'd have to catch the fast (two and a half hour) ferry, but at least we wouldn't have to hang around all day, like last time – or ...Jeremy and Kathy22 Hours 24 Minutes agohttp://saldarago.blogspot.com/
How To Travel Between Trinidad and Tobago | Jasmine Wanders ...
Trinidad and Tobago Ferry. Ferries run between the islands very regularly, leaving at least once per day. Tickets are $50 TT for a one-way trip, or $100 TT for a round-trip fare (1 USD = 6.4 TT). You can purchase tickets at the actual port or use a ... Unfortunately, ferries don't leave at the most opportune times, and you have to be there two hours beforehand. ... If you're taking a car, be prepared to arrive at the terminal three hours before official departure to check in.jasminewandersTuesday, July 26, 2011 1:10 PMhttp://jasminewanders.com/
Eloquence, Inc.: TNT Port Authority: Trinidad to Tobago Ferry ...
Trinidad-Tobago Ferry Schedule--TNT Port Authority. For those who want an alternative to relatively expensive flights between the islands--more times in the link above! ... INTER ISLAND FERRY SAILING SCHEDULE ...Eloquence, Inc.Saturday, January 29, 2011 12:33 PMhttp://eloquence-inc.blogspot.com/
best winter resorts: tstt trinidad Ferry times are changeable, but there ...
Ferry times are changeable, tstt trinidad but there are always direct sailings to and from Havelock from Port Blair at least once daily, and often twice or more (tourist ferry 195, 2 hours). You d best book tickets at ... Most travellers don t hang around any longer than necessary (usually tstt trinidad one or two days while waiting to book onward tstt trinidad travel in the islands, or returning for departure), instead hell-bent on heading straight to the islands. And while PB can t ...rohyadsefThursday, November 29, 2012 12:40 AMhttp://eewcaphum.blogspot.com/
Keith in Trinidad...: Water Taxi Tips
The ferry service only runs on week days and that at scheduled times. Departure is always on time. If you miss boarding, then you've missed the boat. The attendants at the loading areas will pleasantly and politely advise thus.KeithTuesday, January 27, 2009 7:00 PMhttp://keithintrinidad.blogspot.com/