The eye of Hurricane Dorian passed over St Thomas (USVI) approximately 22 miles away as a category 1 hurricane yesterday at 2pm with 77mph sustained winds and gusts as high as 97mph. It battered the BVI with heavy rain and strong tropical force, perhaps hurricane strength, winds. None of the boats at Nanny Cay, on…Read More
Last week kids from around the Caribbean made the most of the last week of their Summer vacation. Junior sailors from the BVI, USVI and Antigua gathered at Nanny Cay for an Optimist clinic with coach Martin Borrallo from Uruguay.Read More
It is with great sadness and shock that we announce the sudden death of friend and colleague, Gary Roy. He will be sadly missed by all of us and we would like to offer our sincere and deep condolences to his family.
Gary, as manager of Peg Legs Restaurant, was a popular, hard-working, and integral part of the Nanny Cay hospitality team.Read More
No Monday blues here in at Nanny Cay…. ARC raises the flag at Nanny Cay’s Marina entrance – click to enlarge Despite a tropical downpour for most of the day, there’s lots of smiling faces on the docks at Nanny Cay as 22 yachts have now arrived at the marina for the start of ARC…Read More
Courtesy of Tim Wright, www.photoaction.com Triple Jack, sponsored by Nanny Cay, was second in the Racing Multihull class in the Heineken Regatta which finished today. The 2009 St. Maarten Heineken Regatta will largely be remembered as the year a solid northeasterly breeze kicked in on the first day of the three-day event, and continued in…Read More
Nanny Cay sponsored Triple Jack is second in the Racing Multihull class after the first day of racing in the Heineken Regatta. Yesterday was not a day for the meek of heart or the weak of hull. For after a brief series of morning squalls, a northerly breeze packing gusts over 30-knots swept in with…Read More
There’s a lot of photos of Nanny Cay on the world wide web, here’s a few on Flickr:Read More