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.Read More
Tradewind Yachting Services´ Chuck Steely has just returned from Atlanta as a freshly minted Yamaha Outboard Master Technician. Master Technician is the absolute highest certification a Yamaha technician can attain, and an elite few achieve this designation.Read More
Nanny Cay is strongly recommending that all monohull boats remove their masts for the summer storage period but it is NOT a requirement.
We are separating monohulls stored without masts from those with masts. We believe boats stored without masts in their own area will fair better, and suffer less ‘third party damage’ if we have future storm events.Read More
Inner marina to be fully operational by December; Major infrastructural improvements coming this year including increased water production and storage; Boatyard getting new 60-tonne trailer; Owners committed to improving and hardening Nanny Cay to maintain its status as the Caribbean’s premier resort marina and boatyard.Read More
At 3pm on February 23, the Nanny Cay team righted the last boat in the boatyard that had been toppled by Hurricane Irma on September 6th.
Over 200 boats were moved in the process, with us having to move 80 boats to reach the 130 boats that had to be righted and re-chocked.Read More
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.Read More