Naturally, being located in the sailing capital of the world means Scrub Island’s marina is a jewel in the sparkling Caribbean Sea, illuminated by the sun, the moon and the stars above… and glittery lights below. Scrub Island's marina offers 55 deep-water slips for short- or long-term docking, including five specifically for larger mega-yachts up to 160 feet in length.
Our marina is also the departure point for most of the water-oriented activities at Scrub Island. From here, guests can explore the breathtaking sea life surrounding the island through Dive BVI with group or private snorkel tours, dive trips, eco-explorer tours, and sightseeing charters offering the ultimate island hopping adventure. Scrub Island's marina is the closest to the North Drop, the hot spot for world-record billfish. Book full- or half-day fishing excursions complete with boat, guide and equipment. For those who are seeking education, enrichment and teambuilding, Offshore Sailing School provides a robust list of offerings designed to improve the nautical skills of novice and expert sailors alike.
Centrally located at the heart of the resort, Scrub Island's marina is in the midst of all the restaurants and shops in Marina Village—featuring Caravela Restaurant & Bar, Tierra! Tierra!, Antilia Boutique, the Fitness Center, Dive BVI, Offshore Sailing School, Gourmet Market & Café and our Marina Showers—and provides a scenic vista from almost anywhere around the resort.
Important pre-arrival notice regarding customs: Marina guests from outside the BVI must clear customs at any of the BVI Ports in order to dock at Scrub Island. The owner or captain must provide proof of registration that displays the “BVI Her Majesty’s Customs” logo, vessel information and the port of entry.
See bvitourism.com/ports-of-entry for more information.
$25 per person per night resort fee will apply to every transient reservation, this fee will be collected onsite, outside of Dockwa. Electric will be metered and also collected on-site.
Anyone staying for more than a day at the marina must show proof that they've gone thru BVI customs.