This tiny island - we are talking 4 acres or so in total - is a great stop. While it is still recovering from the effects of Irma, the Pussers restaurant is open, as is a version of the company store at the top of the hill. The Hilltop bar (at the top of the hill) looks like it will be a bit before it is hosting parties again - check when you're there! Sunsets are still gorgeous from up there, though.
Compared to the size of Marina Cay, the mooring field is huge, with space left over to anchor as well. The snorkeling is good, both along Great Camanoe and around Marina Cay itself. In fact, when you approach Marina Cay, make sure to follow the channel markers, because the reef and shallows (read rocks) extend a good ways. There is a nice little beach on the island protected by the reefs, making it great for small children.
Fuel and ice are available on the island, as well as trash services. There used to be a small provisions store (snacks more than real provisions), but I don't remember seeing it last time I was there - though honestly, I wasn't looking for any.
Marina Cay is a great spot for a lunch stop or an overnight stay. You can use it as a jumping off point to Scrub Island or Trellis Bay.
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