Scarborough, Tobago Beach Glass

by Roxy
(New York)

Tobago Beaches<br><br><small>(photo Wikipedia)</small>

Tobago Beaches

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~ submitted by Roxy

Beach Report for Scarborough, Tobago

Rated: Good (6-15 jewelry grade pcs. found per hour)

To get to the beach where we found glass, exit the ferry and turn left onto Milford Road (5 blocks away):

Rockly Bay Beach

~ submitted by Roxy

We appreciate this report - and all reports we receive. However, when evaluating a report, use good judgment.
  • No photos were included with this report, so quality of glass found is not confirmed.
As always, we remind folks that sea glass beach reports are not confirmed by Lin or me at Odyssey Sea Glass unless otherwise stated.

David and Lin @ OdysseySeaGlass

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Apr 28, 2016
Learnt something new today
by: by: Lina

Great post David.

I did not know that Rockly Beach was such a great beach for collecting sea glass.

I have a number of blue and turquoise beach gems that I've collected during our Trinidad and Tobago vacations.

After looking at your site I think I am going to try making some jewelry with a few of them.

I've found that one of the best place for sea glass in Trinidad was Chacachacre Bay, down-the-islands, but there was a high percentage of green glass gems.

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