MARINE ASSOCIATION OF THE BVI EST. 1996
The Marine Association of the BVI continues to utilise every effort and resource to assist the Government of the Virgin Islands to form protocols which achieve the appropriate balance between lives and livelihoods.
The information provided within this page is intended to assist visitors to understand the protocols at any given time, however the COVID-19 pandemic has created a highly dynamic business environment and subsequently this information may become outdated, erroneous, or otherwise incorrect at any time. We recommend that information provided directly from the Government of the Virgin Islands is sought if in any doubt. For visitors, accommodation providers are an excellent source of up to date information, and the Marine Association is always here to help wherever possible through our Contact page.
Nanny Cay has provided the guidance below to charter operators. Please ensure that you follow it when reporting to Nanny Cay for your Day 4 COVID test, and be thankful to them and their staff for providing this service and assisting the industry for FREE:
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE CAN I ASK THE FOLLOWING TO BE ADDED TO YOUR BRIEFING TO ALL YOUR CHARTER GUESTS.
Your attention to this would be most appreciated.
Nanny Cay Marina
Note: Remember, the degree-decimal and degree-minute systems are not the same.