It is easy to find a yacht charter in Nanny Cay by contacting Sailica. We will help you choose sailing yacht rentals in Nanny Cay, plan your itinerary and upcoming trip. On Sailica website you can find boat rental prices in Nanny Cay for both bareboat charters or boats with skippers even in high season.
Why do you need a yacht or catamaran rental in Nanny Cay
Nanny Cay is located on Tortola in the centre of the British Virgin Islands. This is a quiet and peaceful place away from the bustling cities where you can rent a yacht for a week and go travelling. It has a well-protected modern marina with good and high-quality service. That’s why many yachtsmen hire sailing yachts here.
How to get
There is Beef Island Airport in the opposite part of Tortola, which receives flights from all the Caribbean islands. The main flow of tourists comes from Puerto Rico, St. Maarten and St. Thomas. So you may want to get there first to arrive on Tortola and Nanny Cay.
Sailing season: from December to April.
Rainy season: June-November. During this period there may also be hurricanes.
Language of communication: English.
Visa: common to the British Virgin Islands, issued at the British Embassy.
Routes from Nanny Cay
Yachtsmen often use Nanny Cay to spend some days during the sailing journey, buy supplies and proceed to distant islands. But you can find boat rental in Nanny Cay and start sailing from here. Convenient location and comfortable marina seem to be a great start to any trip.
7 days from Nanny Cay: Nanny Cay — Cooper Island — Marina Cay — Virgin Gorda — Jost Van Dyke — Sandy Cay — Soper’s Hole — Nanny Cay.
Route from Nanny Cay, 14 days: Nanny Cay — Norman Island — Peter Island — Cooper Island — Marina Cay — Virgin Gorda — Anegada — Jost Van Dyke — Sandy Cay — Brewers Bay — Soper’s Hole — Nanny Cay.
Nanny Cay Marina
Nanny Cay is not a Port of Entry. If you come here from the sea first of all the BVI, you’ll be handed with a large fine.
Arriving yachts should call the Marina Dockmaster on VHF 16/68, open daily from 8 to 18:30. He will show you the place to stand.
Nanny Cay is a 100% marina with no anchorages or buoys
Due to the small marina size, you should reserve a place here in advance.
Sights in Nanny Cay
Nanny Cay is a small and cosy bay and there are no attractions here. Not far from the marina is Sage Mountain National Park, you can walk there and see Tortola from the highest point of the island (1740 ft). In April, the annual spring regatta and boating festival takes place. Anyone can hire a charter boat in Nanny Cay and become a participant.