Nanny Cay is a lovely marina off the south side of Tortola just to the west of Road Town. When you approach Nanny Cay from the west, you will see masts within the basin poking up above the surrounding breakwater. Nanny Cay's Marine Center, a full service marina and boatyard and some of these masts are from hauled boats up on the hard.
When approaching Nanny Cay, you will steer for the southern most tip of Nanny Cay (aim for the restaurant) and approach until you pick up the red and green entrance pilings which are lit. To your port you will see two green buoys, only the first of which is lit. To your starboard, you have roughly 10' water right up to the break water which is marked with red lights. Boats with a draft of >10' can enter the harbour at Nanny Cay but should contact the Nanny Cay marina on VHF 16 for instructions.
Once inside Nanny Cay, there is a shoal on the western shore marked by green buoys. There are only slips in Nanny Cay. There are no moorings and no anchoring inside of Nanny Cay as it's too small and anchoring is not permitted.
Nanny Cay Marine Center provides boaters with a full range of services and things to do including the marina, boatyard, hotel, restaurants, shopping, dive shop. Nanny Cay Marina can take yachts up to 140 feet long, 12 feet draft, and 33 feet wide. Take note however, that Nanny Cay Marina is often full because of its relatively small size (one of the things that makes Nanny Cay so nice!). You should call in advance to check slip availability (VHF channel 16 or 284-494-2512).
In addition to services, Nanny Cay also offers boaters full amenities including showers, water, ice, fuel and laundry. Nanny Cay is also a great place to provision.