The Yacht Services Association of Trinidad and Tobago (YSATT)
YSATT (pronounced Why Sat), is the non profit umbrella organization established in 1994 by the boatyards and marinas within the Western Peninsular of Trinidad, to ensure the proper and controlled growth of the yacht service industry in Trinidad & Tobago. While primarily a trade organization they provide a great deal of support to the visiting Cruiser.
Power Boats Marina - YSATT Office,
Western Main Road,
P.O. Box 2852, TT Post, Chaguaramas, Trinidad, W.I.
- Phone: (868) 634-4938
- Fax: (868) 634-2160
- Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jesse and I first talked about the need for a site devoted to Trinidad Cruisers in the fall of 2014. It is through his encouragement and support that this site has happened.
It is impossible to understate the importance of Jesse to the Trinidad and Tobago cruising community. His, Members only Maxi-Taxi and Tour Services, facilitates getting cruisers around the island for tours, to the markets to shop and to/from the airport to name only a few areas of help. He is also a major advocate for the cruiser in Trinidad. Many times he has been the driving force behind changes to the community to benifit cruisers. He is also the port captain for both SSCA (Seven Seas Cruising Assocation) and OCC (Ocean Cruising Club). He is the person that most cruisers here turn to for help when it is needed. A bit of his history can be found here.
Jesse can be located at:
Power Boats Marina (Inside YSATT Office),
Western Main Road,
- (868) 634-1658
- (868) 633-3486
- VHF Channel 68
Mobile phone numbers
- (868) 683-5202 Jesse James
- (868) 757-0139 Sharon-Rose
Bruce Amlicke - Web Master.
I have been sailing "Wild Matilda" for 33 years with seven of those in the eastern Caribbean. 2017 will mark the seventh visit to Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad has become my second home. It is always great to return to my many friends. My second greatest passion is photography. I started before my teens helping my Grandfather in his darkroom. After college, I contributed photographs to two books and my camera became part my kit as I traveled the world as an engineer. After retirement, I was introduced to digital photography and focused on nature photography. I have two websites for my work:
I can best be reached at my email - email@example.com