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Sarie Marais origin goes back to early 1900’s when all the boats were used for transport, ferries and fishing when it was still Springbok Boating Company and belonged to King & Sons. The Pleasure Cruises came in the early 1970’s and then named Sarie Marais Pleasure Cruises. It was a fleet of 4 wooden boats of which Jolly Roger is the only one left of many from the first fleet. Jolly Roger was first launched in 1965 and has been carrying people safely since. Jolly Roger was used as ferry boat to Salisbury Island. The Jolly Roger was used to ferry students and naval soldiers between the mainland and Salisbury Island which hosted a University and Naval base in the 1970’s. In time Fancy Me, Sea Joy and Sea isle was demolished but more boats were acquired. We cater for small and larger groups from 16 to 56 passengers. Book our boats for an educational, romantic or party cruise or join the public cruises around the harbour or out to sea. We are located in the lively Durban Harbour which is the largest and busiest port in Sub-Saharan Africa. We offer the most unique and extraordinary boat trips and cruises in Durban. We are located in Durban, South Africa. The Durban harbour is the biggest and busiest port in South Africa, offering a great vibrant atmosphere. We offer standard cruises for both personal and corporate events, and can accommodate 16 to 56 people on our boats.
Your favorite Cruise Boat! Daily Harbour And Sea Cruises! Whale Watching Permit Holder. There is so much to see, that the trip would seem shorter, than what it REALLY was. We will show you enormous ship up close. We will also ensure that you spend an informative AND FUN hour or 30 minutes on the boats. Durban boasts the biggest harbour as it is capable to accommodate 58 ships at any given time and one ship in Dry Dock. The Isle Of Capri Cruises would want to educate the crew and all South Africans about the safe use of the oceans knowledge into the protection of our earth. Our educational cruises teaches young and old what is the purpose of a growing shipping economy. We educate people about the workings of the port and the importance of this port to South Africa. The ships and the dock workers are an important part of the economy.
Experience true Sailing on our 40 ft Catamaran Kiyana where we will be sailing around Seal Island, making our way around the Point area and into the harbour. From seal island to the occasional whale and dolphin sighting to dipping into the cool ocean and having sundowners with good friends and a lot of laughter. There is a lot to see and do on the hour and a half at sea. Our trusted Jacques the skipper will look after you while you absorb the experience of the beautiful and often tranquil space around you. We offer sailing and snorkeling trips, all trips are weather dependent to ensure you have the best experience possible. If arranged before hand, you can braai (barbecue) or attempt to catch your evenings dinner by bringing your fishing rods. Kiyana is open for any functions and we do give group discounts.
Romonza Boat Trips have been operating for more than 25 years in Mossel Bay. Romonza offers Seal Island trips (all year round). Sunset cruises (November to April) and boat-based whale watching with a permit (July to October). Fully qualified tourist guides on all our boat trips. We have also added the famous double deck catamaran, the Seven Seas, to our fleet. Seal Island Trips departs every hour on the hour from 10:00 to 16:00 all year round, other times can be arranged. Running commentary on sights en-route. We depart from a comfortable harbor for Seal Island and stop for a fascinating closer look at 4000 seals. While leaving the port of Mossel Bay everything is explained about what is happening in the harbor. From the harbor the boat goes to the place where Bartholomew Dias landed in 1488 and all passengers are informed over the intercom about his landing etc. Relaxed and romantic 1½ – 2 hr cruises around Seal Island and the Bay, the Point, Hartenbos, Seal Island, Diaz Beach, De Bakke and Santo’s beaches.Cash Bar available. Wash and flush toilet facilities on board. Picnic baskets welcome. We are the ONLY Registered Passenger Boat along the South African Coast to take up to 50 passengers to observe the largest mammals on earth close up. A special qualified whale guide will be on board during every trip. Includes a free ticket for a trip around Seal Island with 4000 seals Comfortable departure – from Mossel Bay Harbour.