BVI Marina Report – 1/10/18

Nanny Cay MarinaOne of the top questions we are getting here at BVI Traveller is, “I am coming for a charter in the BVI this season and want to know who has fuel, water and ice. I also need to know where I can get provisions and what restaurants are open near the marinas.” To answer this question, we reached out to Jessica Perraton-Jones, owner of the Charter Yacht Company who complied the following report on the current state of the marinas in the BVI.​

Overview

“I just returned from our annual Charter Yacht Shows at Nanny Cay and Yacht Haven Grande and had the opportunity to explore the island-chain and help with some relief work,” said Jessica. “It was heartbreaking as events unfolded with the hurricanes, but has been so heartwarming to see everyone pull together in a common goal to recover and rebuild in order to bring tourism back to the islands,” she added.

Jessica stated that all of the marinas were hit hard, but most are now back in operation, continuing the clean up and adding services. She believes that this year is an excellent time to visit the BVI with boats readily available, anchorages uncrowded and many companies offering discounted rates due to the hurricanes.

Tortola

Cane Carden Bay Dock

No fuel and no ice. Water is available. Myett’s Cane Garden Bay Restaurant is open.

Hodges Creek Marina

No fuel and no ice. Water is available. Grocery store in East End, by dinghy or taxi. There are also some restaurants open nearby by taxi.

JY Harbor View Marina

No fuel, no water and no ice. Grocery is open. HVM Restaurant & Bar and Emile’s Restaurant are open. There are also some other restaurants open nearby within walking distance.

Manuel Reef Marina

​No fuel and no water. Ice is available. No grocery. Gene’s Bar & Grill is open.

Marina Cay

No fuel, no water and no ice. No grocery. No restaurant. Nothing!

​Nanny Cay Marina

Fuel, water, and ice are available. Grocery store, specialty food and wine store are open and stocked. Captain Mulligan’s Sports Bar and Genaker Cafe are open.

Penns Landing Marina

No fuel, no ice. Water is available. Grocery store in East End, by dinghy or taxi or short walk. Red Rock Restaurant & Bar is open. There are also some other restaurants open nearby by taxi.

Sopers Hole Marina

No fuel, no water and no ice. No grocery store. Pusser’s Landing Restaurant and Omar’s Cafe are open.

Village Cay Marina

Fuel and water are available. No ice. Grocery stores within walking distance. Village Cay Bar & Restaurant and The Pub are open. There are also some other restaurants open nearby within walking distance.

Virgin Gorda

Leverick Bay Marina

​No fuel. Water and ice are available. Grocery store is open. The Restaurant at Leverick Bay is open.

Oil Nut Bay Marina

​Fuel is available (for tenders only). Water and ice are available (for boats docking overnight or for the day to visit the Beach Club). Oil Nut Bay Beach Club Restaurant is open.

Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor Marina

Fuel, water, and ice are available. Grocery stores a short walk. Snapper’s Bar & Grill is open. There are also some other restaurants open nearby by dinghy or taxi.

​YCCS Marina

Fuel is available. No water and no ice.

​Jost Van Dyke

​North Latitude Marina, Great Harbor

Fuel, water and ice are available. No Grocery. Foxy’s Tamarind Bar is open. There are also some other restaurants open nearby by dinghy or taxi.

​Little Harbour Marina

Opening December 15th. Abe’s By The Sea is open.

For more information and to book a charter contact The Charter Yacht Company.