With the use of a truck crane, backhoe, a generator wrangler, and some engineers (see the pictures below), we have just doubled our backup power with the installation of a second 750 KVA generator.
With current loads, this addition gives us one redundant generator enabling us to use them on an alternating basis.Read More
200 children between the ages of 4 to 17 years in the BVI went through the 2015 Kids And The Sea Swim (KATSWIM) session which drew to a close on November 14. The weekly swimming classes were held every Saturday across two terms at the swimming pool at Nanny Cay.
The first term took place May 2 – June 20 and the second term ran from September 5 – November 14 when certificates were awarded to the graduates of the different classes.Read More
Fast passage and downwind sailing marks this year’s event, with all boats in to Nanny Cay now.
After a three-day weather delay thanks to late-season Hurricane Kate, and a fast passage at sea for most, the 2015 ARC Caribbean 1500 wrapped up in Tortola with the final prize giving on Monday, November 23, just in time for crews to get home for Thanksgiving.Read More
After its inaugural visit in 2014, the RC44 Class has returned to the BVI to hold the season finale of the 2015 RC44 Championship Tour here. Nanny Cay was the staging point once again and we watched these one-design racing machines emerge from their plastic-wrap chrysalises.Read More
Boomorang, skippered by Doug Stewart, claimed overall victory in the 2015 Peg Legs Round Tortola Race on Saturday after a long and tricky day on the water.
The 46th edition of the Peg Legs Round Tortola Race started and finished off Nanny Cay. Eleven yachts entered the 37-mile race circumnavigating Tortola in an anti-clockwise direction.Read More
Heavy persistent rain didn’t manage dampen spirits at the Nanny Cay Block Party last night.
BBQs stayed lit while Rite Way Food Markets and the Peg Legs crews rolled out food, drink flowed, and the Sailbag Winching Competition kept the crowd entertained. However, our musician Al Broderick did find the conditions a little too challenging…!Read More
Premier and Minister of Tourism, Hon. Dr. Orlando Smith, received his Great Festival Sloop Shootout trophy on the lawns of Nanny Cay last week for his victory in this year’s event.
Director of the Virgin Islands Studies Institute at the HLSCC, Dr. Angel Smith, presented Premier Smith and his team with the award recognising his office’s seventh victory in 12 years.Read More
We recently hosted this year’s Virgin Islands Property & Yacht Readers Choice Awards on the beach. In between the award presentations, the audience was able to enjoy Cruzan Rum cocktails, nibbles provided by Capriccio Di Mare and Brandywine Restaurant, and an aerial silk dancing display.
We collected our fifth “Best BVI Marina” award and Kyle was runner up as “Best BVI Bartender”.Read More