Petit Bateau Island | Tobago Cays
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Petit Bateau is the largest of the islets in the Tobago Cays group. The island has a pristine white sandy beach to the north shore facing the narrow channel which separates it from Petit Rameau. There is another smaller beach on the southern shore; both are linked by a narrow sandy footpath. The centre of the island is covered in trees and dense foliage with a small clearing at the south western end.

Small yachts are currently permitted to anchor within the TCMP management zone in the channel to the north and to the east of the isle. Yachts should anchor only on the sand-bottom areas.

Petit Bateau Tobago Cays

Main beach on Petit Bateau showing the narrow channel that separates the Cay with Petit Rameau

Petit Bateau Island

Petit Bateau island in the Tobago Cays: part of St Vincent and the Grenadines.
A large piece of driftwood has washed up on the beach and in the distance you can see Jamesby Island

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