Seven boats took on the 2022 Nanny Cay Round Tortola Race on Saturday 12 November in a race that will go down in history as one of the longest on record!
Last away but first home was Ting Too, Chris Haycraft’s Corsair 31, posting an elapsed time of 5 hours 41 minutes and 58 seconds and getting his name on the trophy for the second consecutive year.Read More
Mark Sanders and crew onboard his 31-foot Corsair Island Hops won the 2020 Nanny Cay Round Tortola Race that took place on Saturday 14 November. Eleven boats took to the race course in what turned out to be a challenging day on the water with afternoon squalls and wind shifts.Read More
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…Read More
A perfect day for record setting at the BVI Sailing Festival saw Fujin, the Bieker 53 catamaran owned and skippered by Greg Slyngstad, win the Nanny Cay Challenge with the fastest elapsed time of 1:57:16, breaking the standing multihull record set in 2015 by the trimaran Triple Jack of 2:33:40 – and the outright record of 2:14:54 set by Mike Hirst on a kiteboard in January. The monohull record was also overturned by E1, the Volvo 70 skippered by Rafal Sawicki in an elapsed time of 2:53:08, beating the previous record set in 2016 by the TP52 Spookie of 3:08:43.Read More
BVI waterman Mike Hirst broke the overall Round Tortola Record, and established a new kiteboarding record, yesterday (January 13, 2019) covering 49 miles in 2 hours, 14 minutes and 54 seconds.Read More
The 48th edition of the Round Tortola Race, sponsored by Nanny Cay, will take place on Saturday 12 January 2019. Entries are invited to compete in Racing, Cruising and Multihull Classes.
The traditional course, required for those attempting the Nanny Cay Challenge for the Round Tortola Record, takes the fleet anti-clockwise around Tortola leaving Beef Island, Scrub Island, Great Camanoe and Guana Island to port. In 2016 an alternative course was introduced to offer competitors more tactical choices with the option to choose their route around Scrub, Great Camanoe and Guana after leaving Beef Island to port.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
Sixteen boats took part in the 47th annual Peg Legs Round Tortola Race on Saturday (December 10th) with trimaran Triple Jack taking line honours but Boomorang skippered by Kevin Wrigley taking the overall prize on corrected time for the second consecutive year.Read More