New Gen seafarers are learning via online textbooks and video
BLUECAPE JOINS FORCES WITH CITY AND V&A TO BOLSTER OCEAN ECONOMY
National Port Regulator rejects TNPA’s application for a 19,74% tariff increase
But not so merrily for Zirk Botha as gale force conditions force him to postpone…again.
Knysna yard forging ahead
Suzuki impresses market with new micro-plastic- guzzling engine
It has stood the test of time, the test of 6m waves, and now Coronavirus
SABBEX talks to Hammer Yachts co-founder Peter Wiersema about the HammerCat 35’s nomination for ‘Multihull of the Year’ in the PowerCat category
Rich Shneider spent many covid19 months trying to figure out a way to sail his beautiful new boat from South Africa to USA.
Phakisa project injects R60-million to help local economy
Two Oceans invites South Africans to take up a daily Challenge to break bad plastic habits
Local boating enthusiasts help remove illegal net from Cape Town’s largest dam An overflowing Theewaterskloof Dam is great news for
Rob Brennan says the yard is back on track after the Duncan Lethbridge tragedy
Kathy Manten from Manten Marina discusses the future of the Dam’s seven sailing clubs and four marinas in the wake of sewage deluge
Boatbuilding company tastes new success with stalwart designs
Lawhill Maritime College headmistress has walked more than a country mile to reach Simon’s Town
SA rock star Ard Matthews from Just Jinjer, has bought well known, classic boat ‘Howard Davis’. He wants to turn into a floating studio and sail around the world.
The Western Cape is the largest marine manufacturing center in South Africa.
New Nelson Mandela Bay Maritime Cluster chair says Eastern Cape has growth potential
Event organisers want to build on the success of the SASOL solar car race