Boat and yacht charters
One of the advantages of being on a peninsula is that the sea is rarely more than a few kilometres away in any direction, so why not take advantage of this and view Cape Town from a different perspective? A temperate climate and pristine ocean make scenic boat or yacht trips along the coastline a welcome attraction, especially on a summer’s evening. Alternatively, if it’s the adrenalin-fuelled thrill of a shark cage dive or deep-sea fishing trip that excites you, a choice of operators is ready to meet your needs.
The call of the sea has reached the ears of many entrepreneurs who offer a variety of charters in tune with a range of budgets. Contact Cape Town Tourism on +27 (0)21 487 6800 or email@example.com to source an accredited operator or to book your trip at no extra charge. You can also browse through our list of operators offering boat trips.
In the heart of the V&A Waterfront you’ll find the exclusive Classic Cape Charters (www.capecharters.co.za). Thrill-seeking tours on offer include shark cage diving, deep-sea fishing excursions, ocean sailing and high-speed ocean adventures. On a more sedate note, the company also offers scenic harbour tours, water taxi services, inshore fishing charters, luxury cruises, Big Five safaris, and Cape Peninsula and winelands tours. Slipway and boat maintenance services are also available. A wide variety of trips at varying costs and time frames is available. Visit the company’s website for more detailed information.
- Phone: +27 (0)21 487 6800
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