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NEW DOCKS UNDERWAY

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CARIBBEAN 1500

First sailing event into post-hurricane Tortola

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Nanny Cay

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Set in one of the finest and most central locations in the BVI, Nanny Cay is located on the South side of Tortola, between the capital Road Town and West End.

We are proud to provide the very best marine services and facilities possible in what after all is one of the most popular sailing destinations in the world today.

A modern and naturally sheltered marina with berths for 180 yachts with high-speed fuel dock; 120/220V electricity; luxury shower facilities and restrooms; water and ice from Nanny Cay’s own R/O plant; garbage disposal; 100% site-wide backup power.

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Please note the two entrances to Nanny Cay now, and the yellow hazard buoys we are using to mark reef between the two channels, and give some visual separation between the two channels.

Nanny Cay’s hotel offers 40 air-conditioned rooms with cable television. The accommodation, comprising standard studios, deluxe studios and a deluxe suite, were completely refurbished in 2010. The hotel is a popular choice for tourists, charter and marina guests.

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Nanny Cay operates a full service boatyard providing the discerning boat owner with every possible service and facility necessary to keep their vessel in ship-shape condition.

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Latest News

New Walcon Docks In Outer Marina

Sixty new Walcon docks are being installed in the outer marina.  Once completed, this will give us just over 100 slips in the outer marina. We have also added two slips by the fuel dock and are working on additional slips in the inner m

2017 Caribbean 1500 – No Ordinary Sailing Rally

First sailing event into post-hurricane Tortola made the Caribbean 1500 special for both the sailors and island hosts. But this year’s ARC Caribbean 1500 turned out to be much more of an adventure that many of the participating sailors could have imaged back in the summer as they made their plans and prepared their boats.

Post-Irma Update #5

90 boats in the two main storage areas have been righted, re-chocked, and/or moved since Irma; we have restored our fuel docks, are serving fuel and water; we have managed to salvage additional docks to rebuild ‘A’ dock; the 36th annual BVI Charter Yacht Show takes place this week.

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