Nanny Cay is a large and well protected marina on the south side of Tortola. It has a small “village” of shops, and the marina includes a beach, pool, bar and restaurant.
Dad says “Nanny Cay is home to Budget Marine, one of the best and largest chandelries in the BVI. The bar, pool and beach are all next to each other, so it’s great to let kids run around and swim while you are nursing a Painkiller and meeting new friends. Speaking of new friends, Nanny Cay is a popular spot families and there are often several other kid boats around. The beach was convenient, but there wasn’t really any snorkeling. I give Nanny Cay 6 Pirate Flags.”
Simon says “Nanny Cay is a fun and safe place for kids. The pool is in a great place because it’s next to the bar so your parents can be at the bar while you swim. The locals were very nice, several times we got rides all the way to Road Town. Just outside, the is a another restaurant called Captain Mulligans that had great burgers. The restaurant in the Marina, Peg Legs didn’t have a very good kids menu. I give Nanny Cay 7 Pirate Flags.”
Peter says “Nanny Cay is a marina close to Road Town on Tortola. It is pretty big and a nice place to stay. They have two restaurants, Peg Leg and Mulligans, a pool, a beach and an ice cream shop. One of the best things to do is swim at the beach and then go to the pool, dry off in the sun and then play on the tree. The tree is actually two trees with ropes and a net hanging from it. That whole time your parents can be at the bar which is in between the beach and pool. The only bad thing was the wooden docks and bridge which get really hot in the day and burn your feet! I give Nanny Cay 9 Pirate Flags.”