Set in one of the finest and most central locations in the BVI, Nanny Cay is located on the South side of Tortola, between the capital Road Town and West End.
Nanny Cay is a breathtaking tropical retreat nestled in the British Virgin Islands. This serene oasis boasts a private beach with pristine sands and azure waters, perfect for a laid back Caribbean experience.
The resort features a refreshing freshwater pool for guests to unwind, and offers numerous recreational activities, including volleyball games. For those who need to stay connected, the resort provides free WiFi and computer access to our guests.
The marina, well equipped with berths for 300 yachts. With capacity for 110 monohulls on the outer marina and 190 monohulls of various sizes on the inner marina.
Nanny Cay's boatyard is a renowned and well equipped facility which offers a range of services for boat owners, including repairs, maintenance, painting and storage facilities.
All boats must register and submit arrival notifications with www.sailclear.com
All charter vessels not based permanently in the BVI and without a Trade / Business License to operate need to apply here.
Please call the Marina Dockmaster on VHF 16/68 just before your arrival so we can have staff ready to take your lines and assist with your arrival. The marina office is open from 8am to 6.30pm, 365 days a year.
Seventy boats and five days of outstanding racing in champagne BVI conditions concluded on Sunday with a fabulous firework display presented by the BVI Government in celebration of the successful conclusion of the 50th Anniversary of the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival.
Hundreds of competitors, their families, and friends as well as many from the local community enjoyed the fabulous hospitality shown by long-time host sponsor Nanny Cay Resort and Marina.
Under BVI blue skies and warm trade winds, the Cape 31 Flying Jenny won class in today’s race around Tortola, also taking home the Nanny Cay Cup for fastest corrected time (4:19:17) – the first time that the race has been sailed in the BVI Spring Regatta since 2019.
Commenting on the race today, Giddon, from the UK, continued, “Today was amazing, we’re sailing in paradise! It was long and a lot of concentration was needed; a long upwind then around the back of the island. The typology of the island was really interesting as was the weather – the clouds which played into the game – and we just kept on pushing. We were over at the start, well we thought we were over, and cleared, the other Cape Adrenalin was in front of us at the beginning, but we kept on eating away using the land and the typology.”
Photo by Ingrid Abery
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!
Light winds were forecast but the reality was even less breeze than anticipated, providing for some challenging conditions. It was no surprise that nobody chose to enter the Nanny Cay Challenge this year, with all boats taking the shorter, 28 mile route. The format for the day was a pursuit race which, in an ideal world sees all boats finishing at the same time and first across the line takes the prize.