Caribbean Tourism

Marina Cay

This tiny private island of six acres just north of Beef Island was where Robb White wrote his book Our Virgin Isle, which was made into a film starring Sidney Poitier and John Cassavetes. A charming cottage hotel, LL-AL Pusser’s Marina Cay, comprises most of the island, which is encircled by a reef, offering some of the best snorkelling in the BVI.


Marina facilities (boats use mooring buoys and a dinghy dock), laundry, showers, diving, kayaking, sailing, snorkelling et cetera, there are four rooms and two villas available, MAP, T4942174, F4944775, Email: mari...@surfbvi.com, or VHF ch 16, PO Box 626, Road Town. Bar, restaurant, beach barbecue on Friday, Pussers Co Store, selling clothes and travel accessories. Ferry service from Trellis Bay jetty, eight daily, ferries after 1900 on request for restaurant guests only. If sailing, enter from the north.


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