Call us: + (284) 394 2512 | Genaker Cafe To-Go +(284) 394 2515 | Peg Legs To-Go +(284) 394 2518

        • BOATYARD

          Nanny Cay operates three travel-lifts. We have two 50-tonne lifts. One is a 50-tonne Travelift, the other is a 50-tonne Acme Travel Lift. Both are capable of lifting monohulls up to 68 feet long, 10 feet draft and weighing up to 50 tons.

          The third lift is a wide-body 70-tonne Travelift, capable of lifting and moving catamarans up

        • MARINA

          A modern and naturally sheltered marina with berths for 320 yachts with two fuel docks; pump out station; 120/220V electricity; luxury shower facilities and restrooms; water and ice from Nanny Cay’s own R/O plant; garbage disposal; 100% site-wide backup power.



        • Refurbished hotel room
        • HOTEL

          Nanny Cay currently has 25 charming rooms nestled in a tropical oasis garden setting in the heart of Tortola’s favourite marina.

          All hotel rooms feature air conditioning, daily maid service and private balconies overlooking the picturesque marina or tropical gardens.

        • Al fresco drinking and dining at Peg Legs and the Beach Bar


          394 2515

        • CHANDLERY

          Nanny Cay Chandlery offers a wide variety of chandlery products and services. We carry over 5000 different items in the store, as well as a wide variety of both metric and imperial (standard) screws.

        • Tradewind Yacht Services staff with Yamaha certifications

          Tradewind Yachting Services, the British Virgin Islands’ top Yamaha outboard and inflatable dinghy sales facility. The salesroom and full service engine and lower unit repair shop are located behind Genaker Cafe in the plaza at Nanny Cay. Tradewind is the official BVI Dealer for Yamaha outboards and motorbikes, and AB Inflatables.

        • Kevin Wrigley, Quantum Sails

          Whether you’re land-based in our hotel or boatyard, or still afloat in the marina, we have a wide variety of services and products available at Nanny Cay.

Marina Update – Phased Roll Out Of New Docks

The damage caused to the inner marina by Hurricane Irma on September 6th, has resulted in the need to completely replace the docks. This damage reduced our overall dockage capacity by 75%.

The current goal is to have the inner marina fully operational by November, with phased roll out of docks and services between now and then.

Sixty new docks in the outer marina are close to completion. We are finalizing the addition of water and electricity to these docks. Once completed we will have 100 docks in the outer marina with 60 available for short and long term dockage and 40 occupied by MarineMax.

In the inner marina, we have been working seven days a week to clear the damaged yachts, docks, and debris, above and below the water. This has included removing all the old steel and concrete pilings that held the docks, and thousands of tons of wreckage using a combination of salvage boats, dive teams, and our own maintenance crew.

We have restored our fuel docks and are serving fuel, water and ice. We have also managed to salvage additional docks to rebuild ‘B’ dock, which will become ‘C’ dock as we recategorize the docks into a more logical convention between the inner and outer marinas.

A to K docks will be in the inner marina starting from the entrance, L to R docks will be in the outer marina starting from the entrance.

The new ‘C’ dock, affectionately known as Zombie Dock because it came back from the dead, is currently home to Vacancies Sous Voiles, the dinghy dock and can accommodate 10 additional boats.

‘A’ dock (fuel dock) is still predominantly used for fueling and water, but has limited capacity for overnight stays.

Now that the waters along the bulkhead in front of the hotel are clear, we have temporary ‘Med Mooring’ along this bulkhead accommodating up to 10 boats.

All of these docks will have limited access to electricity and water until they are replaced by the new docks

New docks for the inner marina have been ordered and will be added in three phases as they are manufactured and shipped by Walcon. There will be a steady stream of arrivals over the coming months with the first batch for the inner marina expected to arrive at the end of April.