Nanny Cay Marina Bounces Back

Nanny Cay Marina Bounces Back

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Nanny Cay Rebuilt
Nanny Cay rebuilt their docks in Tortola, BVI after Hurricane Irma wiped out 75% of them.

Nanny Cay Rebuilds

They’re back! Hurricane Irma wiped out 75% of the 220-slip Nanny Cay Marina. The Tortola, British Virgin Islands-based facility’s outer marina will have 60 new docks to be completed by early summer. “Once completed, we will have 100 docks in the outer marina with 60 dedicated to short and long-term dockage and 40 occupied by MarineMax,” says spokesperson Alastair Abrehart.

“We have already restored our fuel docks and are serving fuel, water and ice.” However, November is the target date to have docks repaired in the inner marina, which sustained the greatest storm damage. Abrehart says UK-based Walcon Marine is manufacturing the docks, and the first shipment is expected to arrive in May. Nanny Cay plans to host the BVI Charter Yacht Show November 6-9 and the awards ceremony for the ARC Carib1500 Cruising Rally on November 16th.

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Interested in chartering in Tortola?

More About Nanny Cay:

One of the most popular sailing destinations in the world, Nanny Cay is nestled in one of the finest locations in the British Virgin Islands. Located on the south-side of Tortola, between the Road Town and West End. It has naturally sheltered inner and outer marinas. Nanny Cay boasts a high-speed fuel dock, 120/220V electricity, and garbage disposal services. They also have luxury shower facilities and restrooms, and their own R/O plant. In case of power loss, they have 100% site-wide backup power.

Planning on extra guests or a chartering excursion? The hotel currently offers 15 air-conditioned rooms, standard and deluxe studios that are convenient and comfortable. Another luxury of the island is a refreshing pool that is available to marina and hotel guests. Problems with your vessel? There is full-service boatyard, which provides boat owners with every possible service and facility needed.

By Carol Bareuther, Southern Boating June 2018

Photos Courtesy of Nanny Cay

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