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MarineMax Vacations opens BVI base

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MarineMax Vacations has opened a base at Nanny Cay on the island of Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.

According to the company, the base was specifically built for MarineMax Vacations and the location at Nanny Cay Marina was chosen for its proximity to the ferry docks in Road Town, and the amenities and shops in Nanny Cay – including a dive center, grocery store, numerous restaurants and coffee shops, and Nanny Cay Resort.

“This new location will allow our customers to start and end their trip in a location as amazing as all of the ones they will visit during their charter,” stated Raul Bermudez, vice president of the MarineMax Charter Division.

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