Update: Pusser’s Live Music & Events Calendar

We have updated our live music & events calendar! We’ve got some really exciting new acts, along with some truly wonderful performers from past seasons. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Pusser’s Landing Entertainment Schedule

Pusser’s Landing has live music beginning November 13th – every Sunday with Pan Vibes, from 12-3pm.


  • November 21-December 20 : George Worthmore: Classic Guitar Picking Show From N.Y.C./ Sarasota, Fla
  • December 21-January 20 : Jeff Ross: Rock, R&B, Blues Guitar And Vocals From Nantucket, R.I.
  • January 21-February 20 : Bill Mckay: Pop, Bluegrass, Piano And Vocals From Denver, Colorado
  • Feb 21-March 5 : George Worthmore Returns From N.Y.C./ Sarasota, Fla
  • March 6-20 : Richard Smith: Incredible Guitar Picker From Nashville, Tenn. 
  • March 21-April 15 : George Worthmore Returns From N.Y.C./ Sarasota, Fla.


  • November 15-June  Mon-Thurs : Eon Jarves : Caribbean Island Music
  • February 2017  Fri, Sat & Sun, : Stell N’Snuggs

The ‘Pusser’s Painkiller Series’ 2016-17

The Loyal West End Yacht Club has partnered with Pussers British West Indies, Ltd. and Caribbean Cellars to announce the ‘Pusser’s Painkiller Series’ 2016-17. This series of eight races with the inclusion and support of the RBVIYC will encourage and promote fun and skilled sailing in the BVI.


Wonderful Painting of The Marina Cay Red Box

A wonderful painting of The Red Box at Our Marina Cay. Special thanks to Valerie Jenkins Fors, for sending it in! It was painted by her husband. Can’t wait to see you here soon!


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Sea Turtles Born on Marina Cay!


It’s a Boy . . . No, a Girl . . . Oh Wow!
Marina Cay was happy to find that a couple of Sea Turtles found the beach under the restaurant a perfect place to nest.
A group of hatchlings appeared on a couple of mornings and were really confused when leaving their shelter from the restaurant, headed for the sea.

With the assistance of the BVI Ministry of Natural Resources Department, the hatchlings were caught and released after dark to give them a good start on their journeys.
Special thanks to The British Virgin Islands Ministry of Natural Resources for their assistance!