Details for Pusser's Marina Cay

Pusser's Marina Cay

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Average rating 3.7 stars from 11 reviews



After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - YES
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO


Basically an 8 acre beach bar, resturaunt, 8-room hotel, tiny provisioning store, and mini-marina with fuel dock. Water, ice and trash for a fee.

VHF channel



Email contact

Owner, manager



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - YES

Payment info

Cash, travelers checks, and American Express, Visa and Master Card

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)

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Tide & current additional info


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

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Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: $30.00 (2012-11-18)

Other price info: Moorings are plentiful. There are small ferries that run along each side of the mooring field and create wakes. Fees are collected in the morning.

AC power30 amp - NO
50 amp - NO
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info:

Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)

Yes - $0.15 USD per gallon, metered service, 2016.

Dinghy access

Yes - Large area near the store for dinghies. It is obvious from the anchorage.

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

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Diesel priceUnknown

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Pets welcomeUnknown

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Disability access

Launch service

Pump out

No - It is reported that there are no pump out sites anywhere in BVI, 2016.




Yes - $3 per bag, 2016.


Yes - (2) Women's and (2) Men's.






Yes - Combination of basic supplies and gift shop.



Yes - Pusser's Marina Cay.


Yes - Serves beach and restaurant.

Hotels or motels

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities

Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Boat ramp availability


Other services

Opposite the fuel dock along the lengthy of the next island is a snorkling site for moderate begineers that runs the length of the island. There are two yellow balls seperated by about 1/4 mile marking the spot to tie up the dink.


This itself is paradise. Snorkling off beach is ideal spot for beginner's, beach is also ideal for kids of all ages while adults lounge.

Reviews for Pusser's Marina Cay
Pussers Marina Cay, 2016-04-27
Captain: , Green Cove Springs, FL (251)

All prices the same as the July 2015 post. We only went up the kill to the Rob White bar for drinks and entertainment. Beers $4.50 Painkillers $8.00 and $10.00. Other rum drinks $1.00 off. These are Happy Arrrrr prices. We anchored without any problems it is a little rough do to all the traffic, wind and waves. Had a good time.

July 2015 Visit, 2015-07-19
Captain: , Winthrop, ME (200)

Nice mooring field with lots of spaces. They have bathroom and shower facilities. Two dryers and washers, regular top loaders, are available for $3.50 a load for each. Dinner was excellent and had a good selection that should please everyone. If everyone in your party is drinking, you should expect $50 per person for dinner at least. The entrees go from $24 to $48. Ice was $5 a bag and $3 a bag to dispose of garbage.

An absolute 5 star view, 2015-03-01
Captain: , Apponaug R.I. (768)

Painkillers as they should be with very good food. The view is wonderful.

NIce snorkling spot, 2014-03-08
Captain: , Chicago, IL (122)

Beautiful island - start snorkeling at the east end and let the current take you around the south end of the island toward the west. Without even going too deep you'll see dozens of species of fish and even rays. Trellis Bay is also within dinghy distance to the south (about 10 min) if you wanted to stop there without having to move the boat, assuming conditions allow.

Good food and drinks, 2012-11-18
Captain: , Hingham, MA (1068)

This is a nice location for a brief stop over. Dinner is not served until 6 (reservations required - even in offseason). Not too much here: small store for provisioning/souvenirs, restaurant, and 8-room hotel. The Happy Arrr Bar (yes Arrr - not Hour) was closed during our visit in November. There are laundry and showers/bathrooms. However, the facilities are old.
No wind protection but good protection from swells. The reef is well marked.

good watering hole, 2012-04-13
Captain: , Olcott, NY (2536)

we had a couple of days on the mooring awaiting weather.
having a great bar and rest. close by make it a lot nicer.
met some fun people and had some great music.

Skip this Restaurant, 2011-11-22
Captain: , Oyster Bay (313)

First time here, we were with a flotilla and had a great time. The next time back on our own, was not so good. Spent the afternoon on the beach and the bar had a sign stating that there was happy hour later in the day, so we made reservations for dinner and decided to have our painkillers at the bar instead of on the boat. When we returned to the bar for happy hour, the sign was gone and the bartender got very agitated when questioned.

If we stop @ Marina Cay on our next charter, we'll skip the restaurant.

Marina Cay RSK, 2011-02-05
Captain: , Parry Sound (1031)

Spent one night here, it is well protected from the surf but not the winds. We did encounter some defected mooring balls while we were there.

I would not recommend snorkling as the area is busy with a lot of traffic moving around. In addition to the cruisers there are numerous water taxis transporting workers around.

Having said this, I would still go back.

Great stopover between Jost van Dyke and Virgin Gorda, 2010-12-31
Captain: , Mystic, CT (973)

The Pusser's restaurant is good, but has varied over the years in our experience. This is a convenient stop for topping off water tanks and may require circling to preserve a place in line. The snorkeling is pretty good and the shallow water extends for quite a ways. We've seen rays here, in addition to smaller fish. The proximity of a large mooring field seems to have affected the water quality and is a drawback in recommending this as a snorkeling site.

Don't Miss the Pirate Show, 2010-12-09
Captain: , Road Town (450)

A great stopping point on your tour of the BVIs. Something for everyone.
Larger boats anchor outside the mooring field.

Paradise, 2007-02-08
Captain: , Huntington, NY (2310)

Paradise !! I love the views, the bar, the beach which has many beach chairs and umbrelled tables along it's length. Their is a huge protected mooring field, dinghy dock, combination beach bar full service resturaunt. All though the resturaunt has a fairly short list of entree's it makes up for it with a wide range of deserts and seemingly unlimited number of rum concoctions. Wife and daughter love this place, a must see each time we are in the BVI

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