Cruising Guide to Trinidad and Tobago, 1997-1998

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Chris Doyle Publishing, Nov 1, 1996 - Transportation - 142 pages
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A new frontier for Caribbean cruising boaters is explored in this new guide. Trinidad and Tobago are fast becoming one of the most popular destinations for cruising boaters in the islands.

This new guide is the most comprehensive of its type published for this area.

Author Chris Doyle, who has explored the twin islands extensively, offers comprehensive information on a wide variety of facilities, ranging from marinas to haul-out yards and marine repair services. Additionally, Doyle provides facts about proposed developments and enlightening information about shoreside activities including dining, resorts, scuba diving and snorkeling, bird watching and shopping. The guide contains many color photographs and sketch charts depicting favorite anchorages. Numerous GPS coordinates are among the first ever published.

Other features include sections on planning the cruise, weather, navigation, the stars, customs and immigration, protecting the environment, communications and sightseeing.

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Contents

PLANNING YOUR CRUISE
14
VHF RADIO
20
NATURE TOURS
30
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist Chris Doyle received his Bachelors degree in Fine Arts from Boston College, and his Masters in Architecture from Harvard University. His work has recently been featured at The Brooklyn Museum of Art, The Queens Museum of Art, P.S.1, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Socrates Sculpture Park, The Sculpture Center and as part of the New York Video Festival at Lincoln Center, as well as at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Artspace and Real Art Ways. His work has been supported by grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts, NYSCA and the Creative Capital Foundation. In 2007, he completed "The Moons," a three-screen outdoor video piece for the Kansas City's Sprint Arena.

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