Dine Under our New Tent at Marina Cay!

As we continue our efforts to recover from Hurricane Irma and while rebuilding our original restaurant, we’re happy to share a photo update on our progress at Marina Cay.

We have added a new tent which provides protection from the elements, and allows visitors to relax in our new outdoor dining area.

As you can see, the natural beauty of Marina Cay has returned!

We welcome you for lunch or dinner on Marina Cay, and to once again enjoy our beautiful island, and all it has to offer!

 

  • Marina Cay is currently open from 10:00 AM to 7:00PM, or after if required
  • The Mooring Ball Field at Marina Cay is open and operational.
  • Credit cards are being processed.
  • The ferry service continues to run on a regular schedule – see schedule below.
  • For additional information, please call (284) 494-2467

Marina Cay Ferry Schedule

A Sneak Peek at the Construction on Pusser’s Marina Cay

Here’s a quick sneak peek at the new construction on Pusser’s Marina Cay – along with a glimpse into the current underwater resting place of the Red Box!

We will soon work to hoist the Red Box back into it’s original spot on the gas dock – and restore, and replace the Red Box camera – so please stay tuned!

As many of you may know, Hurricane Irma hit us extremely hard – but we’re not going anywhere – in fact, we will soon be back stronger than ever.

The mooring fields are now OPEN and OPERATIONAL at Marina Cay; and the Pusser’s Restaurant and a Pusser’s Company Store will soon be open for business!

We look forward to welcoming you back to Marina Cay, and we’ll keep you posted as new information becomes available.

** UPDATE: The Road Town Pub Web Cam is BACK online! Click here to check it out! 

 

Sea Turtles Born on Marina Cay!

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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.

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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!