Meridian provided the plant for all the earth moving and construction of the revetment; constructed the revetment; dredged the marina; built the peninsula using the dredge materials and additional fill; sheetwalled the inner wall of the peninsula; constructed access bridge; drove the piles for the docks.

Nanny Cay, is the British Virgin Islands’ leading marina and boatyard.  This marina has 120 slips suitable for yachts from 30′ to 75′ with T-heads and a bulkhead capable of berthing megayachts to 160′ in length.

The peninsula is 190-240 feet wide at sea level (and 230-280 feet wide on the seabed). A 7-feet thick revetment comprised of large diameter armor rock on a 2:1 slope forms the southern, seaside, of the peninsula. This revetment rises 6-feet above sea level.