Ferry Travel

The seas between Trinidad and Tobago can be very rough, and flights are frequent and only 20 minutes long, so it's better to fly than take a ferry.


Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago. Trips between Trinidad and Tobago are made on one of the two high-speed CAT ferries and take 2½ hours. The ferries leave twice a day from the jetty at the foot of Independence Square in Port of Spain and three times a day from the cruise-ship complex in Scarborough. The round-trip fare is TT$100. There is also a water-taxi service that travels between Port of Spain and San Fernando in southern Trinidad for TT$15 each way. 868/625–4906; 868/639–2417; ttitferry.com.

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