Modern Naturally Sheltered 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.
Reservations can be made with the Marina office, subject to availability, by VHF Channel 16, phone, fax, email and regular mail.
(284) 394 2512
Outer Marina & Inner Marina
Nanny Cay has berths for 320 yachts, 120 in the Outer Marina, and 200 in the Inner Marina. We can accommodate up to eight megayachts: four 140-foot and two 120-foot megayachts in the inner marina; and two up to 100-feet in the outer marina.
Fuel is available in both marinas, water and ice is served in the inner marina.
Pets & Animals
All animals entering the territory must be declared at customs. All pets must have current health certificates and vaccinations, especially with respect to rabies. Contact the Chief Agricultural Officer (284-494-3701 ext 6123) for details of clearance regulations before entering BVI waters with a pet. For further advice, contact the BVI Humane Society at 284-494-2284.
These are available from the marina office. There is no charge for the use of dock trolleys. Trolleys which are not returned will be billed in full to the boat to which they are registered.
Showers and Restrooms
One block is near the boatyard for those of you up to your arms in engine oil! Our main shower area and restrooms are located behind the Hotel foyer. Restrooms are also located near the Beach Bar and Genaker Cafe.
Marina Rules and Regulations
A full set of marina rules and regulations is contained in the Berthing Agreement or can be downloaded here. The following is a summary of some specific rules:
- The speed limit in the marina is five knots. This applies to all vessels including dinghies.
- No use of heads is allowed in the marina.
- Halyards should be tied off to prevent slapping at night.
- No swimming is allowed in the marina.
- Generators should not be run in the marina after 7pm.
- Barbeques are not permitted to be used onboard yachts or in the dock area.
Tradewind Yachting Services’ Jomar Balcombe, Vernal Walters, and Chuck Steely have just returned from the Yamaha Marine University in Kennesaw, Georgia, brimming with new certifications.Read More
As we begrudgingly accept the fact that sargassum weed is now a long-term aspect of marina management in the Caribbean, we are investigating solutions to most effectively minimise its impact. The sargassum enters through our flushing channels, but blocking these channels that serve the inner and outer marinas is not an option. Not only will…Read More
Visitors to this year’s 40th Anniversary BVI Spring Regatta (and Nanny Cay’s docks) will be able to marvel at a brand new superyacht that will be competing in the Spinnaker racing fleet. Launched in 2010, Yacht Aiyana is spending its first season in the Caribbean before heading to the Mediterranean for the summer months and will be docked at Nanny Cay Marina for the duration of the regatta. Aiyana will be hard to miss with its 82 foot blue hull and very sleek low profile lines, which give it a very smooth look and style. Designed in New Zealand by the renowned firm Warwick Yacht Design and built by Alia Yachts in Turkey, Aiyana reflects the latest advances in yacht design, technology and interior luxury.Read More
Nanny Cay’s maintenance crew has been in full swing cleaning up after the passing of Hurricane Earl yesterday. Like much of the BVI, trees, branches and a lot of leaves were lost. But that was it. All the yachts in the boatyard are still standing and all the yachts on docks the afloat; some have a little “scuff” damage. Everything stood up well. Even Peg Legs at the mouth of the marina only suffered two broken fans and a broken cupboard door; re-opening is still on schedule.Read More