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Airgasm Wins 2019 Nanny Cay Round Tortola Race

Jan 20, 2020

Twelve boats entered the Nanny Cay Round Tortola Race on Saturday 18 January, this the 2019 edition, postponed from November. Barney Crook and his team aboard Airgasm took the overall and multihull honours, with Sam Talbot and Spike taking the racing class honours and David Lake’s Wicked Winch winning the cruising class. Barney Crook and…

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Annual Block Party Raised $1892 for Family Support Network

Jan 10, 2020

Our annual Christmas Block Party raised $1892.00 for Family Support Network. Funds were raised with raffle and contributions to our free bar and food stand.

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More Certifications For Tradewind Yamaha Technicians

Oct 23, 2019

Tradewind Yachting Services’ Jomar Balcombe, Vernal Walters, and Chuck Steely have just returned from the Yamaha Marine University in Kennesaw, Georgia, brimming with new certifications.

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Final pile being driven at A dock

Inner Marina Piling Completed

Oct 10, 2019

Piling has been completed in the Inner Marina.Under the new naming convention, docks A to K are all now safely secured with 123 50-foot piles.

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2019 Back To School and Laser Masters Regatta

Sep 17, 2019

2019 Back to School Regatta and 2nd BVI Laser Masters Championship took place on Saturday 14 September out of Nanny Cay in Sir Francis Drake channel.

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Addressing The Sargassum Scourge

Jun 21, 2019

As we begrudgingly accept the fact that sargassum weed is now a long-term aspect of marina management in the Caribbean, we are investigating solutions to most effectively minimise its impact. The sargassum enters through our flushing channels, but blocking these channels that serve the inner and outer marinas is not an option. Not only will…

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Nanny Cay Partners With RDA For Pilot Programme

Jun 20, 2019

Nanny Cay has partnered with the Recovery & Development Agency (RDA) on a pilot programme for the proper recovery and removal of the remaining 200 derelict and abandoned boats throughout the BVI left after Irma.

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A Little Bit Of Island Ingenuity

May 3, 2019

When a very deep draft racing yacht needs a little R&R on the hard, and we have one troublesome high spot in the marina at low tide, we bring a little island-ingenuity to bear.

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48th BVI Spring Regatta is back – Bigger, Better, Stronger!

Apr 1, 2019

Melges 24 Fire Water from Tortola wins Best BVI Boat
Jim Proctor Receives Guy Eldridge True Spirit & Enthusiasm award

“It was thrilling to see this place buzzing again!” Miles Sutherland Pilch, general manager of Nanny Cay Marina enthused after a fantastic week-long fun-filled event that saw more than 800 sailors on 90+ boats competing.

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Fleet Gets a Break on a No Wind Day at BVI Spring Regatta

Mar 30, 2019

Racing was canceled at 1000 hours with barely a breath of air to spare on the race course. It was maybe a blessing in disguise following a magical night in the Regatta Village which was packed with party-goers and Mount Gay Red Caps.
Nevertheless, it didn’t take long for boats to regroup and figure out Plan B this morning, madly dashing to the market to stock up on ice and beverages, hightailing it out of the marina on race boats and bareboats.

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Light Air Challenges Fleet on Day 1 BVI Spring Regatta

Mar 29, 2019

The vibe at the Regatta Village was simply a blast today as boats left the docks around 8:30am to make it out to the race course in the light air which presented throughout the day. 6-7 knots in a southerly breeze made for challenging conditions under hot sunny skies and the Mount Gay Rum party post-racing all the more inviting

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3rd Annual Scrub Island Invitational Enjoys Record Fleet

Mar 28, 2019

Today’s course for the Scrub Island Invitational started off Nanny Cay in a delightful 12-15 knots from the south which held steady throughout the day. Mack and his Team McFly on the J/122 El Ocaso, narrowly won the Racing Division.

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