The new 50-tonne Travelift

Nanny Cay has introduced a cost-saving Dry sail Programme for the Winter 2021/2022 season November 1, 2021 to May 31, 2022. For a minimum stay of five months, storage in the boatyard includes five free haul and launches and discounted marina rates once afloat. Boatyard storage for a 49-foot yacht including five haul and launches…

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The Cabinet of the Virgin Islands has approved the “COVID-19: Small Vessel Entry Protocol and the COVID-19: Water Taxi Protocols”. This new protocol allows private vessels (under 78 feet in length) and crew to enter the British Virgin Islands. The protocols are as follow: 1) All adults aboard must be fully vaccinated. 2) All adults…

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Nanny Cay Resort & Marina, in conjunction with Caribbean Insurers and Guardian Group, has launched a “2020 Windstorm Policy” to cover sail and motor yachts stored afloat or ashore at Nanny Cay during the 2020 hurricane season (June 1, 2020 to November 30, 2020). Rates start at 1.25% for the six month period, with a…

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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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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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Autumn updates on progress and improvements at Nanny Cay including marina, boatyard, hotel, eating and drinking, and general infrastructure.

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Chuck Steely Yamaha Master Technician

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.

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