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Nanny Cay gets new berths

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Walcon Marine has installed five superyacht berths at Nanny Cay Marina in Tortola, each able to accommodate yachts up to 40m.

The slips are aluminum pontoons, 3m wide and designed to withstand high loads.

The original marina was built by Walcon in the UK and transported to Tortola in 1980.  The company has been back regularly over the years for maintenance and expansion projects.

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