Modern Naturally Sheltered Marina
A modern and naturally sheltered marina in an inner and outer marina - with 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.
Reservations can be made with the Marina office, subject to availability, by VHF Channel 16, phone, fax, email and regular mail. Reservations made more than 24 hours in advance must be supported by a credit card or other form of deposit.
(284) 345 2657
New Docks 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 marina.
Heavy-duty Walcon System 2000 pontoon model. Three metres wide and designed to withstand high loads, these pontoons have the added advantage of being made in aluminum.
Pets & Animals
All animals entering the territory must be declared at customs. All pets must have current health certificates and vaccinations, especially with respect to rabies. Contact the Chief Agricultural Officer (284-494-3701 ext 6123) for details of clearance regulations before entering BVI waters with a pet. For further advice, contact the BVI Humane Society at 284-494-2284.
These are available from the marina office. There is no charge for the use of dock trolleys. Trolleys which are not returned will be billed in full to the boat to which they are registered.
Showers and Restrooms
One block is near the boatyard for those of you up to your arms in engine oil! Our main shower area and restrooms are located behind the Hotel foyer. Restrooms are also located within Peg Legs itself for use by Peg Legs guests, below Peg Legs, and near the Genaker Cafe.
Marina Rules and Regulations
A full set of marina rules and regulations is contained in the Berthing Agreement. The following is a summary of some specific rules:
- The speed limit in the marina is five knots. This applies to all vessels including dinghies.
- No use of heads is allowed in the marina.
- Halyards should be tied off to prevent slapping at night.
- No swimming is allowed in the marina.
- Generators should not be run in the marina after 7pm.
- Barbeques are not permitted to be used onboard yachts or in the dock area.
Team Antigua docked at Nanny Cay today after a 200-mile, 48-hour training row from Antigua to the BVI. Team Antigua are competing in the 2017 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, a 3,000 mile rowing race starting on December 12th in San Sebastian de La Gomera, Spain and finishing in Antigua. The race was founded in 1997 by Sir Chay Blyth with subsequent races roughly every two years sinceRead More
Australian yachting legend Jon Sanders and his faithful SV Perie Banou II, stopped off at Nanny Cay for a few nights on his record-breaking 10th voyage around planet earth.
Jon, now 78 years old, is taking one last circumnavigation of the world. Jon stopped at Reunion Island, Cape Town, and St Helena Island, before making his port of call here in the BVI. He is now heading towards Panama.Read More
The year ended on a high note, as we opened the new outer marina after 17 months of construction. At a ceremony held at the entrance to the new outer marina on December 12, Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE, declared the marina officially open.Read More
A ceremony held at the entrance to the new outer marina last night (Monday, December 12), heralded its opening at Nanny Cay.
With speeches by Premier and Minister of Finance, Dr. the Honourable D. Orlando Smith, OBE, the Honourable Julian Fraser, and Miles Sutherland Pilch, general manager of Nanny Cay, the ceremony also included sailing demonstrations by the Royal BVI Yacht Club’s Youth Sailing programme and a kitesurfing flypast.Read More